The world is a wonderful, and crazy place to explore. Whether it’s ascending a mountain, experiencing different cultures, or diving below the sea, it’s in our nature to want to explore. But what about the illegal places to visit? Some places on earth are illegal to visit due to preservation of the land. Some are because of human safety. And a few locations are so closely linked with paranormal activity that governments have deemed it too dangerous to visit. There are a myriad of reasons, and we will get into all of those reasons in just a minute. There are places to visit where you can get government approval, but those are few and far between. And you are not likely to receive said approval.
There are famous locations such as Snake Island off the coast of Brazil, North Sentinel Island off the coast of India, and the Ise Grand Shrine in Japan. But what about the lesser know places? Monkey Island is off the coast of South Carolina. Do you know about the history of it? Or Ni’ihau Island in the Hawaiian Islands? Bet you didn’t know about these illegal places to visit in America. If you get the opportunity to visit some of these places, you will be one of a handful of living souls that have seen these locations with their own eyes. However, some of these places are so dangerous, or at least perceived to have danger, to the point that humans are simply not allowed.