Top 8 Hottest Places on Earth

In Death Valley California

Death Valley, in Eastern California, is the hottest, driest, and lowest US National Park.

Lut Desert, Iran

This is one of the hottest places on Earth, so be careful. The Lut Desert, or Dasht-e Lut, is known for its vast sand dunes and breathtaking beauty.

 El Azizia, Libya

 It was the hottest site on Earth for nearly a century! El Azizia, 35 miles southwest of Tripoli, is impressive for more than its heat.

 Dasht-E Loot, IranLibya

Dasht-e Loot's enormous dunes and salt ponds create a surreal atmosphere.It's too hot for bacteria to survive here.

Tirat Zvi, Israel

Tirat Zvi is an Israel Beit religious kibbutz Valley of She'an. Its rich history, magnificent landscapes, and third-highest temperature on Earth make this kibbutz famous.

Timbuktu, Mali

In the 15th and 16th centuries, Timbuktu was a center of scholarship and intense heat.

Ethiopia's Dallol

A small town in Ethiopia's Afar Depression. This area is among the hottest inhabited places on Earth, with typical temperatures around 45˚C.

 Wadi Halfa, Sudan

It offers a unique look at Sudanese life through its history and culture. Wadi Halfa has plenty to do, from visiting local shops to admiring the lake.