5 Destinations That You Will Never Be Able To Visit Because They Are Forbidden!

There are few places in the world that are not available to the public. The visit is not allowed and for justified reasons.

These places are very attractive for tourists and adventurers, but it is almost impossible to reach them.

Here’s what lies behind these 5 secret locations:

FEMA Emergency Operations Center of the US government, situated on a mountain in Virginia

Federal Emergency Management Agency is a refuge of US government, placed under a mountain. Intended to be used as a refuge for civilians and military personnel in the event of a disaster or emergency.

The house is protected by special security systems and access is allowed only under conditions stipulated by special regulations.

Svalbard, Global Seed tomb, Norway

On the mountain on Spitsbergen Island, at a depth of 120 meters was built a tunnel that maintains a constant temperature of -18 ° C. The humidity is reduced to a minimum, and the microclimate is regulated through an automated system.

This facility was built to protect the natural world in the event of an unforeseen cataclysm. Huge containers of seeds are stored as agri- heritage of all countries.

 

Valley of the river – Javari, Brazil

These nature reserves are home to about 14 indigenous tribes who have never had contact with the outside world. Situated deep in the jungles of the Amazon, an area of 77,000 square kilometers, these tribes only know how to work in agriculture.

This area is unavailable to the public in order to preserve their safety and their way of life.

 

Club 33, New Orleans

This club was opened in 1967 by Walt Disney, in order to gather well known investors, prominent public figures and politicians. Not only that you can not be invited to this club, but much harder to get to its location.

For those who are curious you can enter only if you pay 10.450 dollars for individuals or 27,500 dollars for legal entities, but only to be placed on a waiting list and waiting time can last 14 years.

Permanent members pay amounts from 3000 to 6000 dollars per year to renew their membership.

 

Magnetic Island Es Vedra, Spain

This rocky island is in the group of Balearic Islands in Spain. It is considered the third exposure to the geomagnetic force on Earth. First and second are in the group of islands near the Bermuda Triangle.

This island was created by volcanic rocks. The Spanish government closed the island to access after they began to circulate rumors about mysterious disappearances and legends.

For the curious who want to explore this island you can do it just by drifting by. With a warning that an arrow compass may spin in different directions due to high exposure of geomagnetic force.