In this 21st century, we humans are trying to explore every part of the Earth. There’s plenty to discover on our peculiar planet. Many of the earth’s secrets have been revealed by researching and many places can be explored nowadays with ease, thanks to the improving infrastructure and technology. There are many places on Earth, which are still unexplored.
Let’s check out some of these unexplored places around the world. Next time when you are planning for an adventurous trip, include this in your list
- Greenland Ice caps
Even though we are aware of the largest island in the world – Greenland, the climatic condition and the ice at Greenland are not suitable for human life. That is why it is listed at top in the least explored places around the world. It is likewise assessed that Greenland ice sheets are aged somewhere around 400,000 and 800,000 years. It is believed that 81% of the land is enclosed with ice in Greenland.
- Gangkhar Puensum
A mountain, which falls between the borders of Bhutan and China, is Gangkhar Puensum. It is reported as the world’s highest unclimbed mountain. It is believed that four unsuccessful expedition attempts have been made till date. Presently, the legislature of Bhutan has restricted climbing the mountain because of religious convictions.
- Deep Caves
In recent articles, it is stated that from the list of world’s topmost caves, we have not even explored 10%. Isn’t it strange? Across the world, there are many caves, which are yet to be explored. The only reason for this is the conditions inside the caves. Most of the times, they are slippery and the rocks are very sharp with awful climatic conditions.
- South America: Amazon Rainforest
The risky Amazon Rainforest is the least explored place on the earth. Almost more than 10% of species are found from this place. In addition, a number of new species are regularly being discovered. This is the main place for the scientific discoveries, but the most dangerous place to be traveled and explored.
- Mariana Trench
Most of the Earth is covered by oceans. Do you know the deepest ocean in the world? It’s the Mariana Trench, which is situated in the western Pacific Ocean. If you want to discover all unique, creative and strange creatures, then you should explore this place. But keep in mind that water pressure is intense and climatic conditions are extreme.