So you thought you can go and visit any place in the world but there are some places you can’t visit. We have listed top 10 of them for you
1. Snake Island
(First Try to Speak it’s name) Ilha da Queimada Grande, also known as Snake Island, is an island located off the coast of Brazil. The island is small in size, and has many different types of terrain, ranging from bare rock to rainforest.
This place is filled with most dangerous snakes that it’s called one of the world’s deadliest islands. Scientists estimate that more then 4,000 snakes live on the 110-acre island yes that’s true — that’s one snake for every six square yards.
It is the only known home of the golden lancehead, one of the most venomous vipers in the world. The snake’s venom is said to be five times stronger than that of any other snake. Oh, and it is capable of melting human flesh.
2. Area 51
Area 51 is a secret US military base deep in the Nevada desert. What it’s doing there? Well, Its purpose still remains unknown to the public.
The US army is renowned for being highly secretive. But the efforts for Area 51, situated in Nevada, is on much greater level.. Many conspiracy theorists believe the area houses UFOs and that aliens are studied here, but no civilians are allowed to enter, we will never know.
3. The Queen’s bedroom
If you think that the security of the palace is very high then you have not yet seen the security of Queen’s bedroom.
The bedroom is buried within Buckingham palace and very heavily guarded.
In 1982, however, a man named Michael Fagan broke into the bedroom.
I wonder Why he did that? Just to show that he can do it?
It was considered one of the biggest royal security breaches of all time.
Mezhgorye is a closed town in the Republic of Bashkortostan, Russia, located in the southern Ural Mountains near Mount Yamantau,
It is said that people living in the town work on highly-classified secret work around Mount Yamantaw, which has been suspected to be the location of a nuclear program, a repository of Russian treasures, a bunker in case of war or a huge warehouse of coal. But really, who knows?
5. North Sentinel Island
North Sentinel Island is one of the Andaman Islands in the Bay of Bengal
Here a group of indigenous people, the Sentinelese, live.
Their population is very low between 50 and 400 individuals. The Sentinelese reject any contact with other people, and are among the last people on earth to remain untouched by modern civilization.
Last attempts to contact the tribe have been met with arrows and stones. More tragically, on 26 January 2006, two fishermen were killed when their boat drifted near the island.
6. Disney Club 33
This exclusive club is located at Disneyland, California. Even if you find the entrance, the club is not open to the public.and you won’t be allowed to enter
Club 33 has a 14-year long waiting list.
And if you did get on the list, the club requires a $40,000 initiation fee (£26,000).
Plus, a $27,000 annual fee (£18,000). So even if you have a lot of money to pay it’s fees you still have to wait 14 years to get into the club.
7. RAF Menwith Hill
Royal Air Force Menwith Hill or more simply RAF Menwith Hill is a Royal Air Force station near Harrogate, North Yorkshire, England which provides communications and intelligence support services to the UK and US.
It is thought to be the largest electronic monitoring station in the world, originally set up to intercept messages between the Soviet Union and the eastern bloc allies.
8. CHAPEL OF THE ARK OF THE COVENANT, ETHIOPIA
It is believed by some that this chapel is the final resting place of the Ark of the Covenant that holds the Ten Commandments.
9. Svalbard Seed Vault
This magnificiant looking was developed to store seeds. To protect seeds in case of some environmental disaster.
Very few are even allowed access to the secure vault.
Even countries that lend seeds aren’t allowed to enter.
10. The Lascaux Caves, France
Lascaux is the setting of a complex of caves in southwestern France famous for its Paleolithic cave paintings.