Most strangest places in the world

Nagoro Village in Japan

Nagoro is a small village located in the Iya Valley on the island of Shikoku in Japan. Despite its small size, Nagoro has gained worldwide recognition for a unique and fascinating art project that has transformed the village into a lifelike open-air museum.

Japan’s Cat Island

Japan's Cat Island, also known as Aoshima, is a small island located off the coast of Ehime Prefecture in western Japan. The island is famous for its large population of stray cats, which outnumber the island's human residents by more than six to one. The cats roam freely on the island, and visitors are free to pet and play with them, making Aoshima a popular destination for cat lovers and animal lovers alike.

The Most Dangerous Tourist Destinations in the World

Mount Everest

With its extreme altitude and unpredictable weather conditions, climbing Mount Everest is considered one of the most dangerous tourist attractions in the world.

Death Road in Bolivia

This narrow, steep mountain road is known for its dangerous driving conditions and high rate of fatal accidents.

Skellig Michael in Ireland

This remote island is home to a UNESCO World Heritage site, but the steep and slippery paths leading to the site make it dangerous for tourists.

Cenotes in Mexico

Although these natural swimming holes are popular tourist destinations, they can be dangerous due to strong currents, limited visibility, and underwater hazards.

Likir Monastery

Xigazê Library

Ba Dam Cultural Village

Fule Ancient Town

The National Forest Park

Most Popular Festivals

Carnival (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

Carnival in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil is one of the largest and most famous street festivals in the world. The festival attracts millions of visitors each year and is known for its vibrant music, colorful costumes, and festive atmosphere. The event is held annually in February or March, and is a time when people come together to dance, sing, and celebrate the beginning of the Lenten season.

La Tomatina (Buñol, Spain)

La Tomatina is an annual festival held on the last Wednesday of August in Buñol, Spain. The festival is a celebration of food, music, and, most famously, throwing tomatoes at each other. It is considered one of the biggest and messiest food fights in the world.

Best Travel Tips You'll Ever Need


Stay hydrated: Drink plenty of water, especially in hot or humid climates.

Research your destination: Research the local customs, culture, and language of your destination to help you better understand and appreciate the place you are visiting.

Learn about the local currency: Research the local currency and exchange rate to help you budget and avoid overspending.

Stay hydrated: Drink plenty of water, especially in hot or humid climates.

Stay in touch with loved ones: Stay in touch with loved ones through phone, email, or social media to let them know you are safe.

Learn about the local currency: Research the local currency and exchange rate to help you budget and avoid overspending.

Avoid peak travel seasons: Try to avoid peak travel seasons to save money and avoid the crowds.