There are a lot of beautiful places on the planet you want to visit on your next holiday. However, there are certain places you just can’t visit even you want to. Most of these places are banned for common people by the respective governments and one just can’t visit them without special permissions.
You may also like: Dare You To Visit These 12 Most Mysterious And Creepy Places On Earth!
12 Places you can’t visit even if you wish to from the bottom of your heart
1. Ilha da Queimada Grande, a Brazilian island.
This Brazilian island has the highest density of venomous snakes on the planet. Due to this, the Brazilian Navy has banned everyone from going on this island. Only a few scientists are allowed to go there.
2. Heard Island, Australia
Well, you can actually visit this place. However, only 400 people are allowed to visit there per year. You will need to take a two-week boat ride to reach there, needless to say, coupled with some disastrous weather conditions.
3. Surtsey, an Icelandic island.
Surtsey was formed because of a volcanic eruption in the 1960s. Humans are purposely not allowed there to study how an island becomes a habitat.
4. The Lascaux Caves in France
This pre-historic cave has ancient paintings in them. It used to be open to the public until 1961. However, post that, it was closed to preserve the paintings.
5. North Sentinel Island, one of the Andaman Islands.
Here, the locals greet the outsiders with a series of arrows. If you try to visit this island, you will simply die.
6. The Chapel of the Tablet in Axum, Ethiopia
It is believed that this chapel holds the Ark of the Covenant. Only the ark’s guardian is allowed to go there.
7. RAF Menwith Hill in North Yorkshire, England
This is the place where the government carries out a lot of surveillance projects and so expects no one to trespass, even accidentally.
8. Office 39 in Pyongyang, North Korea
If you ever manage to get into North Korea, try as much as possible to stay away from the Office 39. It is the center of the Kim regime’s counterfeiting, heroin, and crystal meth operation.
9. Jiangsu National Security Education Museum in Nanjing, China
Only Chinese citizens are allowed in this museum. Others need to stay out because of the sensitive information it has.
10. The Svalbard Global Seed Vault in Norway
Only a handful of researchers and plant breeders are allowed to visit this area because it has an emergency global supply of millions and millions of seeds in case a global food crisis occurs.
11.Area 51, Nevada
12. Niihau, a Hawaiian island
Niihau island in Hawai is a private property. Only 130 people live there. To visit this island, you compulsorily need an invitation from the Robinson family.