While tourism and travelling are enjoyable activities, some destinations have visitors flirting with death.
The Siju Cave is India's first limestone natural cave. It has a flimsy rope bridge connecting the summits of two hills.
The Siju Cave is one of the longest caves in the Indian sub-continent. The cave is home to some of the most alluring river passages in the world.
This mountain located in China is famous for its steep edges, vertical staircases which are almost vertical, and creaky wooden planks bolted into the sides of the mountain.
Mt. Huashan, with five peaks which offer different unique views and attractions is well known for the natural vista of steep, narrow paths and a high mountain range.
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This biking trail is certainly meant for people who love extreme sports. This winding track is just 4 feet wide, certain to give any biker an adrenaline rush.
On a clear day, you can see the Aran Islands, Galway Bay, the Twelve Pins and the Maum Turk mountains in Connemara from the Moher Cliffs.
Africa's highest waterfall, Victoria Falls, on the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe, has the Devil's pool at its lip.
Many tourists have died while trying to get the perfect view of the 355 foot cascade from the falls. The Devil's Pool is the most dangerous pool in the world.
The Stolen Chimney is a route on the Ancient Arts Tower, one of the Fisher Towers situated in the Moab National Park, Utah.
The summit is noted for its very unusual shape and structure which makes climbing very different from other regular climbs.