Most Extreme Places to Visit
Discover the coldest, hottest, driest and most extreme travel destinations on earth.
1. Most extreme places to visit
Click through to find out some of the most extreme places on Earth for the jaded traveler to visit. And no were not talking about snowboarding or skydiving. Click to find out more.
2. COLDEST OYMYAKON RUSSIA
Named after the Oymyakon River this rural district in the Republic of Sakha is believed to be the coldest permanently inhabited spot in the world. The lowest recorded temperature was 67.7 degrees Celsius (90 degrees Fahrenheit) on Feb. 6 1933. The average winter temperature stays below 50 degrees Celsius (122 degrees Fahrenheit).
3. MOST REMOTE TRISTAN DA CUNHA BRITISH OVERSEAS TERRITORY
Discovered by Portuguese explorer Trist?o da Cunha in 1506 the island is the remotest inhabited archipelago in the world. Accessible only by a sevenday boat journey from Cape Town in South Africa the islands lie 1500 miles (2430 kilometers) from St. Helena 1750 miles (2816 kilometers) from South Africa and 2088 miles (3360 kilometers) from South America.
4. HOTTEST DALLOL ETHIOPIA
A ghost town today the erstwhile mining town of Dallol holds the record of highest annual average temperature 34.6 degrees Celsius (94.3 degrees Fahrenheit) for an inhabited place on Earth. Due to its proximity to the Equator and its location in a volcanically active region the place doesnt get any respite from the heat ever.
5. RAINIEST MAWSYNRAM INDIA
Famously known as the wettest place on Earth the village of Mawsynram in Meghalaya receives more than 467 inches (1186 centimeters) of rain annually. It is also home to the centuriesold living root bridges that are grown by the locals.
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