Everybody loves a good vacation and an opportunity to travel and explore. But what if we told you that some of the most stunning tourist destinations in the world are now off-limits?
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Popular spots our grandparents used to enjoy are no longer accessible, or simply no longer exist, and we are to blame. Take a look back at the vintage travel hotspots that are now confined to history, for an opportunity to appreciate what’s lost forever!
The Statue of Liberty Torch
The Underwater Amazon
There were pretty spectacular coral reefs off of the Indonesian coast up until pretty recently. Near the area called Raja Ampat, a collection of coral and life was called the “Underwater Amazon”.
It was regarded as one of the best in the world, and you’d think it would be protected. But in 2017, there was a debating incident. Unbelievably, a British cruise ship crashed into it after veering off its planned route. Yes, seriously!
Kaimu Beach in Hawaii was a magical place, while it lasted. The site was known as a world-renowned black sand beach, a color that was strangely satisfying.
Thousands of tourists flocked to this unique experience until 1990. There were few places on earth to see pitch-black sand between your toes. And now, there is one fewer, thanks to the Kilauea Volcano. When it erupted, this place had absolutely no chance.
Six Flags has so many parks around America that it’s to easy forget Six Flags AstroWorld. Never heard of it? Maybe that’s because it’s long closed, and now totally demolished.
It was once a place for the children in Houston, Texas to ride roller coasters and splash in swimming pools. It was around for 37 years on 104 acres of land. But the company decided to nix it from their portfolio of parks, and that was that.
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