Top 10 Hottest Places on Earth

“Definitely too hot, if anything” – the average Brit when the UK temperature gets over 25C in summer.

Well, how would they cope in Lagos, Nigeria?

The answer is not well. Not well at all in fact.

– Post in collaboration with LedHut

hottest places on earth

It might be tempting in these cold days to look up a hot and sunny escape to get your shorts and tees out of hiding, but, you don’t want to go too hot. If you’re not a fan of sweating the second you step outta the door, or being so hot in the car you could fry an egg on the bonnet, then here are a few places I’d recommend you avoid for your sanity.

Hottest places on earth

Infographic by LED Hut

I’m kinda proud to say I’ve been to two of the hottest places you can visit: Phoenix and Arizona. I went to both in December though, and actually remember them being quite chilly. So if you want to visit, don’t let the heat put you off – there are other options!

And while we’re on the topic, the absolute hottest recorded temperature was on 10 July 1913 at Greenland Ranch, Death Valley, California, USA.. The official highest recorded temperature was 56.7°C (134°F). CAN YOU IMAGINE?

The main reason Death Valley has the hottest temperature ever recorded is because it’s around 190 ft below the sea level, and air warms as it gets lower. There are also less than three inches of rain in the desert valley each year. Not a good place for gardeners!

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