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5 places on the planet where you can’t get to for any money

It is difficult to imagine that today there are places where you cannot come, fly, or sail. However, there are still places in the world that you cannot get to for several reasons. In this article, dip.org.ua will tell you about five places where you can’t get to for any money.

North Sentinel Island, India

Despite the rather flattering reviews of Kazakh tourists about India, there is an island in the country that it is better not to visit. Anyone can get there, but no one can get out. The fact is that the Sentinels aboriginal tribe inhabits the picturesque island with amazing beaches.

The natives refuse to make any contact with strangers and immediately arm themselves with arrows. Therefore, the island is closed to tourists and is not recommended for visiting.

Surtsey, Iceland

An uninhabited island in Iceland was created as a result of an underwater volcanic eruption. Only a few scientists are allowed on the island, who monitor how the flora and fauna on the island develop without human intervention.

In 2008, UNESCO declared the island a World Heritage Site in recognition of its great scientific value.

Queimada Grande Island, Brazil

The island is prohibited from visiting due to the poisonous snakes that inhabit Queimad Grande. It is located 35 kilometers from Brazil, and from a distance, it resembles a real paradise.

Moreover, the island is home to one of the most dangerous snakes in the world – the island Bothrops, the bite of which causes instant death. For this reason, the Brazilian authorities banned his visit.

Poveglia Island, Italy

Poveglia is a small island located in Italy. The history of this place is one of the darkest and most tragic in the entire country.

Once there was a quarantine zone for victims of the plague, and later a cruel institution for the mentally ill. Many believe that the spirits of people who died painful deaths are still on the island, which is now private property and closed to the public. It is considered unsafe, but this does not stop extreme sports enthusiasts and advocates of truth from visiting it illegally.

Gruinard Island, Scotland

In 1942, Gruinard Island was purchased by the British government for testing biological weapons, specifically anthrax. Until 1980, the island was one of the most dangerous places on the planet, as anthrax spread throughout the area. Only in 1986 did scientists finally begin to “cleanse” the ominous place, but no one settled there.

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