There is no place on the planet that not prone to some sort of natural hazards. The earth is a very volatile and generally inhospitable place, especially for human beings. Imagine trying to live on the earth naked and without a shelter. Most of the earth is too hot, too cold, too windy, too rocky, too wet, etc. for human beings au naturel
to survive in anything like comfort. We have to work really hard to make the earth a nice place to live.
(That is why it is so strange that creationists try to argue that the planet earth is the "perfect" made-by-god home for humans. )
The places that people really like to populate are places close to water. But nice watery places, like river valleys, ocean coastlines, tropical areas and volcanic islands, are the most dangerous areas of all.
The most stable areas-- from the standpoint of natural hazards-- are the centers of continents away from tectonic plate ridges, the polar regions and the middle of large deserts. Flat, boring, featureless places with no vegetation, far from water and far from volcanic mountains. Mongolia, Antarctica are very safe from earthquakes, volcanoes, hurricanes, tornadoes and tsunamis. Very difficult to farm or fish, so unlikely to attract large populations.
Turkey, Iran, Indonesia, Japan and the Caribbean are highly populated, beautifully varied and get way more than their share of disasters. The more beautiful and varied the landscape, the more likely it is to kick yer a$$.