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When you’re an adventurer, your excitement should lie in traveling to the most dangerous cities in the world. In 2017, they ranked among the world’s most dangerous places on the basis of murder cases per capita.

Los Cabos, MEXICO
So must have already become a fan of Narcos by now if you’ve watched it for some obvious reasons of course. Los Cabos, Mexico is the most dangerous city in the world with a rate of murder of 111.33 per 100,000 people. This city's stands at the top of the list of the world's most dangerous cities are indicative of the fact of the amount of crime that Mexico has experienced over the last year. In 2017 and 2018, the resort town of Los Cabos has made breaking news for a string of alarming murders. Yes, it’s a fact that the majority of the violence in Los Cabos has mostly been related to the drug trade, and tourists have not been the target, thank god. Still, the instances of violence are still villainous and have earned the popular vacation destination a spot on the top of the list of the world's most dangerous cities.

Caracas, Venezuela
Caracas, Venezuela is the second most dangerous city in the world. Some 111.19 murders per 100,000 people, it formerly hit the top spot. In third place is Acapulco, Mexico, with 106.63 murders per 100,000 people. Violence brought in by drug trafficking and organized gangs have been pointed out for the relentless violence in these cities, although the factors are actually way too complicated. Unfortunately, none of these cities are unknown for the top three positions, except for maybe the resort town of Acapulco, was violence from other regions of the country has been seeping into the recent years.

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