Madidi National Park
This is one of the most diverse regions in the world, but also the one place that is out to get you the most. Covering most of the ground between the Andes Mountains and the Tuichi River in Bolivia, everything in the park is poisonous. In 1999, a photographer named Joel Sartore spent a month there and barely made it out.
Between the botfly larvae that burrow into your flesh, flaming rashes from just brushing a moth, parasites, parasitic fungi, flesh eating bacteria, and wild pigs that will attack and eat you, it’s not a pleasant place to visit.
Perhaps mother nature’s trying to give us a hint?