10 Places In India You Are Not Allowed To Visit
By: Pinki Tue, 23 Feb 2021 11:15 AM
This article is about top places in India you are not allowed to visit.These places are restricted due to military, government orders as well as due to security reasons.While making this video we made a small mistake by adding Bastar to it.Bastar is a Naxalite area in India where many Army jawans have laid their lives for the country.
But Bastar is a fully inhabited area and there is no problem in visiting that area now.It is also a favorite tourist place now.We also made a mistake on Gurudongmar.It is a lake but not the river.You can visit this place with permission from Sikkim government and Indian armed forces.Gurudongmar is a lake and not a river as mentioned in our video.The UNO hotel was shut down and later opened and it is now available for any persons.
# Aksai Chin
Aksai Chin features on the top of the places you cannot visit. It is a ceasefire line, one that separates the Indian-controlled state of J&K from the Chinese-controlled area. It lies further to the east and is known as the Line of Actual Control (LAC). It is also referred to as one of the most dangerous places in the world. The infamous LAC passes through the famous Pangong Tso Lake of Ladakh. Need I say more about how beautiful this place is? It is one of the most mysterious places in India.
# Silent Valley National Park
Due to a recent Maoist attack at Silent Valley National Park in Kerala there has been a considerable decline in the tourist influx. The tropical evergreen forests of the national park is bestowed with unspoilt natural beauty. You will be amazed by the beauty of this place. This is one of the most stunning prohibited places in India.
# Chambal River Basin
The unmatched beauty of Chambal has been long reigned by some of India’s most infamous outlaws, who also seemed to have fancied the creativity of Bollywood movie makers since a long time. However, the danger of falling prey to the regional dacoits is still quite possible and hence it’s usually avoided by travellers. You will be blown away by how magnificent this destination is. It’s the most famous forbidden places in India.
# Manas National Park
You may find it hard to believe that a highly promoted wildlife sanctuary is also a place where terrorist activities have taken place but it’s true. Back in 2011, 6 WWF officials have been kidnapped by Bodo militants from Manas National Park. Government is still trying hard to keep peace and promote tourism of the wildlife sanctuary which is undoubtedly one of the most unbelievable places in India.
Tura is all about vibrant tribes, picturesque landscapes, gushing waterfalls, eerie limestone caves and sadly enough, terrorism. This little town in Meghalaya has been the victim of some of the most notorious terrorist organisations of Northeast since quite some time now making it a dangerous place for travellers. This picture doesn’t do justice to the beauty of this region. It is one of the most prominent prohibited places in India.
An enchanting town in the heart of NC Hills in Assam, Haflong faces major hindrance in its tourism sector by militants of various terrorist organisations. It is heartbreaking that you are not allowed to visit as this is one of the most spellbinding and ubelievable places in India. It is magnificent and definitely a sight to behold. Do you wish you could go here? You’re not alone!
Home of the Indian Niagara Falls, Chitrakoot, Bastar is a district in Chhattisgarh with rampant Naxalite activities. The entire district is laden with places of enchanting natural beauty but unfortunately it’s also one of the primary places falling in the red corridor. Isn’t this the most beautiful thing you have seen on the Internet so far this week?
Some 200 km away from Bhubaneswar in Odisha this splendorous little town is located boasting of charming waterfalls and picturesque landscapes. It is another place that falls in the red corridor of India affected by Maoists. Wish you could eradicate terror and travel to Phulbani? You are not alone!
# Nicobar Islands
Unlike the Andamans, the Nicobar Islands are untouched and pristine. The forests are lush and the beaches are surreal beyond explanation. However, foreigners would require passes to enter the Islands and no visitor is allowed to enter the tribal belts unless for some special purposes like research. And even for that one will have to go through rigorous formalities. This is a one of a kind destination.
# Barren Islands
The only active volcano in India is located in the Barren Island of Andaman and Nicobar. You can see red-hot lava and smoke erupting from the mouth of the volcano for a distance inside the safety of a small ship. However, no one is allowed to get any closer to the hill due to safety reasons. This region is way too beautiful to even exist.