India is paradise for every kind of traveler. From adventure sports like trekking, hiking to the beautiful and picturesque landscapes, there is a lot that India has to offer for each one of us. However with all the magical places that India has, there are many those are alluring but not accessible to tourists. The reason is not natural disasters, but because of indigenous tribes and anti-social elements that do not welcome outsiders. Also Read - BJP Leader Kapil Mishra Grabs Negative Limelight For India as Mark Zuckerberg Criticises His Delhi Riots Threat in Facebook’s Hate Speech Policy

Here are the list of places that are too beautiful but also too dangerous to visit. Also Read - Sonu Sood Sends 173 Migrants to Dehradun on Plane, Says 'Most of Them Never Travelled by Air'



Bastar, Chhattisgarh

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Bastar, a district of Chhattisgarh, is filled with magical waterfalls like the Chitrakote waterfalls and environs that are untouched. However this place falls under the Red Corridor because of active Naxalite activities. The Red Corridor is a region in east of India that has many Maoist and Naxalite activities. Though it is beautiful, visiting this place is definitely a risk.



Phulbani, Odisha

Photograph courtesy:  Nuaodisha

Photograph courtesy: Nuaodisha

Situated at an approximate distance of 200 km from Bhubaneshwar in Odisha, this quaint town boasts of cascading waterfalls and pristine surroundings. Beaming with natural beauty, Phulbani however is a very risky place to visit owing to its rampant Maoist activities. This place too falls under the Red corridor.

Nicobar Islands

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Andaman is known to be a tourist destination; however Nicobar Islands cannot be explored as easily. The untouched beauty of nature, dense forests and mesmerizing beaches are dreamlike. But you cannot visit this island or enter the tribal belt unless you are on a research project which also requires tedious formalities to go through. Foreigners will be required to avail a pass to enter.

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Aksai Chin, Jammu and Kashmir

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Aksai Chin is one of the disputed territories situated between India and China. It is a ceasefire line (Line of Actual Control). This place is pure magic with the LAC passing through the famous Pangong Tso (pictured above) in Ladakh. But unfortunately it is too dangerous, unless you love taking such risks.

Silent Valley National Park, Kerala

Silent Valley

This place in Kerala was once a tourist attraction, but ever since the Maoist’s attack in 2014 the number of tourists visiting has just come down. The beauty of this place is sure to leave you awestruck with dense forests and national parks. If you still want to visit Silent Valley National Park, do it at your own risk.

Manas National Park, Assam

The Manas National Park in Assam is well known for its wildlife sanctuary which is one of the most amazing forest reserves in India. But along with that, it is also now known for the many terrorist activities that have taken place here. In the year 2011, 6 WWF officials were said to be kidnapped by Bodo militants. Though the Government is making conscious efforts to retain tourism in this region, it is avoided by many travelers.

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