The world is full of beauty in mystery. And with modern-day transport, it’s easy enough to journey to anywhere you want to experience the local culture and science. There are through a number of places where visitors are not welcome. Whether it be for their own safety or the safety of others. Let’s begin…

5.Snake Island Brazil

 

If snakes send shivers down your spine then this is the last place on earth you’ll want to visit because of the forbidden island. Located 20 miles south of the coast of Sao Paulo. The Brazilian government has banned anyone from visiting this treacherous place. But that doesn’t stop a brief you from setting foot on its shore from a distance, it seems like any other island in that region but this 4.6000000 square foot outcrop is the only known habitat for the Bob rob since you layer is also known as the golden lance had fibe. There are a lot of them here too with estimates suggesting as many as 4000 of the snakes riding around the island searching for food. Growing up to 46 inches long the golden. Lance heads to get their name because of their distinctive pointed heads. There the dominant predator on the island and even the Brazilian navy avoided at all costs. Only daring to venture there to tend to the automated lighthouse that was quickly built in 1909 before the workers flat. It’s not known for sure how the snakes ended up here but the prevailing theories that they were trapped when the sea levels rose 11000 years ago.

Due to their isolation on the island, the stakes have developed the best acting and most deadly venom of any snake in the world. And if the human were to be bitten they would need immediate medical attention to treat the rapidly melting flesh and high probability of death. The reason, why the vapours have become so dangerous, is simply due to their need to feed .the only real source of food for them on the remote island or birds. But by the time most snake toxins would incapacitate them. They would have been able to fly quite a distance leaving the state without its meal. Instead, the golden lance has developed a way to kill their prey almost instantly. by using toxins 5 times stronger than their mainland relative.

Numerous stories are told of misfortune if people who found themselves on the island. The original lighthouse keepers were attacked by snakes to the king through the windows and their bodies were found scattered across the island. It’s the island’s name that gives the biggest clue to its danger translating as the island of slash and burns fire. visit here if you dare but you might not get out alive.

 

4. North Sentinel Island

 

North Sentinel island lies in the bay of Bengal that is 1 of the last places on earth. that humans live unconnected with the outside world. The tribe known as the Sentinel lease has lived here for almost 60000 years and they don’t like visitors. The island itself is pristine and unaffected by modern machinery. It’s covered in thick forest in the coast is surrounded by vibrant unexplored reads. The indigenous people have been recorded throwing arrows at low flying aircraft and helicopters and any attempts at communication have been rejected with force.

Even following the devastation of the tsunami of 2004 they were seen aiming Aeros at an emergency rescue helicopter an act that was taken as evidence that the tribe that survived and should be left alone because of their isolation very little is known of the Sentinel these people. They’re hunter-gatherers to move and live in different parts of the island depending on where the food sources are and there are thought to be between 50 and 500 of them. Attempts in the seventies in 1990 to make contact were responded to with aero fire into fishermen who spent the night in their boat near the island were killed in their sleep. This hostility and the clear disinterest in being in contact with the rest of the world has led to survival international the organization that monitors and protects tribal people recommending that they are left alone. Their lack of contact with others will also mean that they’ll be vulnerable to common diseases that they have no resistance to.

So any contamination of their society would almost certainly and Badly and reinforce their distrust out of respect the Indian government has ruled illegal to get within 5 kilometres of North Sentinel. The most will ever learn about this unique society will be from aerial photography and anthropological study from afar. perhaps 1 day the one of ensuring beyond their shores but with rumours of cannibalism and extreme tribal rituals. It’s unlikely there will be too many volunteers 1 to get to know them.

3.Chernobyl

If you want to visit then northern Ukraine should be on your list. It used to be a bustling Terrel with more than 16000 inhabitants. But events that took place in 1986 meant that the entire region was quickly evacuated. On April 26 that year the nearby nuclear power plant was conducting a systems test on its fourth reactor. But something went terribly wrong, there was a sudden surge of power and when the emergency shut down was initiated a further search occurred that triggered a series of explosions. The core of the reactor became exposed and caused a fire that sent a plume of highly radioactive smoke into the atmosphere. This plume drifted across large parts of the Soviet Union and across Europe intern Chernobyl into a wasteland. The Soviets tried to cover up the incident but when the radiation alarms were set off at the pores mark power plant in Sweden more than 1000 kilometres away officials had no choice but to own up to what happened. The event would be 1 of only 2 to ever be classified as a level 7 event on the international nuclear event scale with the other being the Fukushima disaster in 2011.

Today there’s a 90-mile exclusion zone around the reactor to prevent people from coming into contact with the most radioactive area that will take hundreds if not thousands of years to recover. It’s 1 of the most radioactive areas in the World. and draws scientists and tourists from all over although the time you can spend there is limited the town was abandoned in such a hasty you can still see shoes cups and toys  Where they were left in the panic and the sure noble fairground which was due to open a few days after the accident lease in ruins never having been used there’s one unexpected positive to the evacuation .

 

 2. The  Heard Island

 

Island is part of a remote subantarctic chain of volcanic islands in the southern Indian Ocean. It’s approximately at the midpoint between Australia and South Africa. At only 1600 miles from the continent of Antarctica. Its complete isolation means that this is one of the last places on earth untarnished by human activity for the introduction of alien species. It’s covered with snow and glaciers with the 2745 meter tall volcano called Big Ben rising at its centre as it’s remained undisturbed for centuries. The island is a great place to see natural forces at work with constant glacier flows an active volcano and a wealth of animal species who seek refuge from the deep cold ocean that surrounds it. It lies under the jurisdiction of Australia and has been designated as a marine reserve with a number of creatures that are unique to the island. Meeting people aren’t allowed to get anywhere close without express permission is not the sort of place you’d accidentally show up at either.

It’s a 2-week voyage from Australia that passes through some of the highest style ocean environment on earth. This year cost of reaching heard island means that boats only occasionally reaches on average once every 3 years. And they’re all chartered for scientific missions. sadly the island is more susceptible to global climate changes than many other places. In the impact in recent years have been clear. The glaciers have noticeably retreated in the past 50 years but this has opened up the fertile soil and created numerous ponds and pools that are now teeming with life. If you’re looking for solitude or simply an adventure and have deep enough pockets then heard island is one of the last true wilderness is on the planet and we dare you to visit. Yes, you’ll be subjected to endless rain snow and freezing temperatures but you’ll have visited a place where very few have set foot before you.

1.Monkey Island

 

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Cayo Santiago is an island off the coast of Porter Rico. Commonly referred to as monkey island don’t be under the impression that it’s full of cute little animals ready to play with you. Because the reality of this place is a lot darker. This story began in 1938 when an American primatologist Clarence ray carpenter released 400 rhesus macaques. Rather than trying to populate the island. He was the first of many to conduct experiments looking at their behaviour in adverse situations. He realized that it would be much easier to read a population close to home instead of chasing around for specimens in Africa .so his idea test site was born. For the following 80 years, the site was used to conduct tests that range from the harmless like observation to the more sinister such as disease research. Up until recently, there were almost 1000 monkeys living on the island and most of the time it seemed like they were observing the humans rather than the other way around. But you mustn’t get too close to them because they’re all natural carriers of a violent strain of these be the form of the virus that can be deadly to humans.

It’s such a risk that the first thing any visitor to the island is told is not to let the monkeys Paeonia. Put that to the side though and what you’ll find is a beautiful island full of nature’s most inquisitive animals as things stand the sight is technically public property. So anyone can visit but moves are being made to change the rules so only scientists aligned with the facility are allowed to set foot on the island. Sadly hurricane Maria the tour through the Caribbean in late 2017 made landfall at Cairo sent the Argo and devastated the island with few places to hide. It was feared that a lot of the Monkees would have lost their lives in the store luckily the number still seems to be thriving though. So if you’re daring enough to visit a place where humans have to eat food while sat inside a cage as monkeys look on.

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