This Beautiful Beach Has A Deadly Secret For Anyone Who Tries To Go Ashore

The world is becoming a smaller and smaller place. Thanks to satellites, WiFi and increasingly smaller and more powerful technology, scientists are constantly laying bare more and more mysteries of our world. As pervasive as modern living might seem, however, there are still some places in the world that exist devoid of civilization, its people existing almost as if stuck in time several thousand years ago.

While many of these tribal and indigenous populations do come into contact with outsiders from the modern world, not all of them choose to integrate. In fact, some of them oppose outside influence with violent and sometimes deadly determination.
This is North Sentinel Island, located in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands in the Indian Ocean.
It’s a gorgeous place to live…provided that you were born there.


If you weren’t born on the island, however, you might not want to go there.
North Sentinel Island is home to the Sentinelese, an indigenous people who are extremely hostile to outsiders.

They descend from among the first people to leave Africa 60,000 years ago. Although they share ancestry with other tribes of the Andaman Islands, their language is so radically different that scholars theorize they must have lived in complete isolation on that island for several thousands of years.