#3 Fairy Meadows Road (Pakistan)
The Fairy Meadows Road is positioned at the pedestal of Pakistan’s 26,660-foot Nanga Parbat, 9th highest mountain in the world and second in Pakistan after K2, Fairy Meadows is a charming target. Getting to Fairy Meadows, however, is not such a striking experience. The trip involves adventure and quest fraction of the trip involves surviving a 6-mile, an hour long drive on an unbalanced gravel highway chopped out of the infertile hilly area.
From Raikot Bridge to the village of Tato, the highway is filled with dangers and perils this thoroughfare tenders an all time insane features of a typical mountainside dirt trail. It is a tapered, unpaved, vertical, and of course there aren’t any guardrails to prevent your car from rolling down into the gorge. Great road for adventurers, Fairy Meadows Road is beyond doubt only for brave hearted personals.
#2 Nairobi – Nakuru – Eldoret Highway (Kenya)
The Nairobi Nakuru Eldoret Freeway is the most dangerous freeway and famopus for accidents and mishaps. The Eldoret Freeway is a death ride and the death toll there is over 300 per year. You should expect every danger out of nothing, you have to remain active and aware the whole time you are on the Eldoret Freeway. Once you lose your attention from the road you are dead.
#1 North Yungas “Death Road”, Bolivia
The Road North Yungas also known as The Death Road, as it is obvious from the name the road is famous for the accidents and mishaps. Each year the road claims 200 to 300 lives. The road of death is 43 miles long that lead from La Paz to Coroico. The road is called “world’s most dangerous road” in the year 1995 by the IAD bank (Inter American Development). In the year 2006 the necessary arrangements were observed to ensure safety measures.