Islands you don’t want to travel to

The website Active Times reports: In this day and age people often think that they can travel anywhere as long as they have the time and money to spend. People expand their horizons and travel to places they know little about. Islands are especially popular among people looking for an exotic and adventurous vacation.


Enewetak Atoll, Marshall Islands

West from Bikini Atoll lies Enewetak, where a concrete dome was placed to deposit radioactive soil and debris. After coming under U.S. control following the Second World War, residents were evacuated. Forty-three nuclear tests were fired between 1948 and 1958. Most of the atoll is not fit for human habitation due to high contamination and radioactivity. It is projected to be safe for tenancy by 2027.