That is why India is known for its tourism. There is a lot to visit in India but even after this there are some places in this country where no person even the citizens of India is allowed to go. Due to security in many places in India and some disputed areas, no one is allowed to go there. However, seeing the beautiful pictures of these places, everyone definitely wants to go here.
Let us know about some such places-
North Sentinel Island, Andaman – North Sentinel Island is an island in the Andaman. This place is located in the depths of the Andaman Sea between the tectonic plates. It can be seen from afar, but no one is allowed to visit here due to security reasons.
Upper part of Pangong Tso, Ladakh- Pangong Tso is one of the most famous tourist places in India. A large part of the area is surrounded by lakes which are extremely inaccessible to tourists. About 50 percent of the lake falls in the disputed area. Here the Line of Actual Control (LAC) separates India from the controlled part of China. In such a situation, you can travel only to the part of India.
Barren Island, Andaman – India’s only volcano is located on Barren Island located between active tectonic plates in the Andaman Sea. However, you can have a view of the island while a ship or cruise passing by. But no one is allowed on the island.
Few Islands of Lakshadweep – Lakshadweep has about 36 islands, although tourists are free to visit only one island here. Considering the interests of the local people, many islands are out of reach of tourists. This place is also the main naval base, so no one is allowed to visit here even for security reasons. Permission can be sought here for travel to places like Agatti, Bangaram, Kadmat, Kavaratti and Minicoy Island.
BARC, Mumbai – BARC i.e. Bhabha Atomic Research Center is located in Mumbai. Since it is India’s premier nuclear research facility, it cannot be visited due to security reasons. Researchers or students can go here only after permission from government institutions.