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Explorers have scaled the world’s tallest mountains to the deepest parts of the oceans. In this era, it’s hard to imagine places that are untouched or unexplored by humans. Surprisingly, there are still corners of our planet that is either hidden from the outside world, home to very few people, or has only been explored by the most daring travelers. Whether they are intentionally left alone due to their environment or precious conditions, here are 10 such unexplored places on Earth.
1. Vale do Javari, Brazil
The Amazon Rainforest covers 2.124 million mi² and only a portion of it has been explored as of today. According to organizations whose main goal is to protect the Rainforest, there are about 14 tribes that have never had any contact with the outside world. Vale do Javari is one of the most isolated places on Earth, with an estimated 2,000 indigenous people living autonomously. The Brazilian government protects the tribes’ right to live completely cut off from modern civilization, and they are also responsible for keeping outsiders from breaching the indigenous territories.
One of the tribes include the Javari, who like the Sentinelese, have resisted any attempts to get close to them. The tribe ensures that no outsider corrupts their land, culture or lifestyle. A federal agency was charged with the task of protecting these people and the land after several failed attempts to contact them. (source)
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2. Northern Patagonia, Chile
For more than a century, the rugged Northern Patagonia has remained as a remote part of Chile. Filled with rainforest, scrubby steppe, glaciers, fjords, and hot springs, it is a sparsely populated region in Chile that has only been accessible by highway since the 80’s. The Northern Patagonian Ice Field remains one of the largest masses of ice outside the polar regions and most parts of Northern Patagonia still remains unexplored. (source)
3. Hang Son Doong, Vietnam
Located in the heart of the Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park in Quang Binh province of Central Vietnam, Hang Son Doong cave is the world’s largest cave. It was discovered as recently as 1990, by Ho Khanh, a local farmer, who was seeking shelter from a storm. When Khanh walked inside the cave, he noticed its massive size and the clouds inside. Surprised by his accidental discovery, Khanh went to the British Caving Research Association (BCRA), who started looking for the cave. Unfortunately, Khanh forgot the path to the cave, and the location remained hidden for another 18 years.
In 2008, he once again came across the cave and this time, Khanh marked the pathway. The following year, he returned to the cave with BCRA members, who began exploring and determined that it was in fact the largest cave in the world. Hang Son Doong is so ginormous that it can easily house an entire New York City block. It is so large that it actually has its own eco system, clouds and waterways. Even though the cave has been explored, recently, it was discovered that the cave has waterways that connect it to other caves around Vietnam. The cave still has many unexplored regions as well as plant and animal species that have not yet been identified by scientists. (source)
4. Kamchatka, Russia
With a land area of 16,376,870 Km² (6,323,142 mi²), Russia is the largest country in the world. It is in fact so large, that some parts of it still remains untouched and unexplored. The Kamchatka Peninsula is one such place, that has been closed to outsiders since the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991. Despite being one of the most unexplored places on Earth, scientists learned that the eastern peninsula is home to some of the most spectacular volcanic activity on Earth. It is home to more than 300 volcanoes, including one that has been erupting continuously since 1996.
Kamchatka also contains rolling meadows, hot springs, snowcapped mountains, diverse fauna and flora, as well as the most densely populated brown bear habitat in the world. The region is also mostly inaccessible by land, making it hard for explorers to visit the peninsula. (source)
5. Northern Forest Complex, Myanmar
Spanning more than 12,000 square miles at the crossroads of India, Myanmar, and China, the vast landscape is one of the biggest unexplored places on Earth. According to scientists, there are subtropical forests that are virtually untouched by humans as well as many plant and animals species yet to be discovered. The Northern Forest Complex is also home to tigers, bears, elephants, hundreds of bird species, red pandas, and gibbons; who roam freely in the vast landscape. In the past few years, a few expeditions have discovered new species but the vast majority of it still remains untouched. (source)
6. Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park, Madagascar
The Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park in Madagascar is filled with massive limestone formations. The 600-square-mile national park and wildlife reserve, located on Madagascar’s western edge, is also home to endemic species that cannot be found anywhere else in the world. The needle-shaped limestones were formed as a result of erosion that occurred millions of years ago. While the southern end of the Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park is open to the public, the majority of it has been closed off or is off-limits. This is one of the reasons why the region is home to a large number of species of plants and animals that are unknown to scientists. (source)
7. Southern Namibia
According to scientists, the Namib Desert is the oldest desert in the world. Covering more than 102,248 square miles (270,000 square kilometers) of the southwestern edge of the African continent, the Namib Desert has some of the highest sand dunes in the world. While most of the Namib Desert is sparsely populated, there are still places that are untouched. The desert is also the driest place on Earth, and Dune 7, standing at 1,256 feet tall, is the tallest sand dune in the world. (source)
Unexplored Places On Earth
Greenland is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. While the island nation has a population of less than 60,000, more than 27,000 tourists visit the country every year. These people however, are too busy exploring the already explored places such as Cape Farewell and the Tasermiut Fjord. The country’s central eastern mountains still remain virtually untouched. Apart from that, as recently as in 1999, six new islands were discovered off the coast of Greenland. Most of the population also live close to the coast, which means that the inland part of the country is still uninhabited. (source)
9. Fiordland National Park, New Zealand
Established in 1952, Fiordland National Park is now over 1.2 million hectares in size. Within the park contains mountains, lakes, fiord and rainforest environments, which is administered by the Department of Conservation in New Zealand. For centuries, human activity within Fiordland has been limited. This allowed the ecosystem to thrive, bringing in animals like the takahē, a flightless indigenous bird thought to be extinct for decades. By the 1950’s, it was discovered that Fiordland also contains the kākāpō, the world’s only flightless, nocturnal parrot. Thanks to New Zealand’s conservation efforts, most parts of Fiordland National Park, including Lake Manapouri, has been protected; which means that more than more than 2.9 million acres of land is virtually untouched. (source)
10. North Sentinel Island, India
The North Sentinel Island in India is home to the world’s most isolated tribe. Since their existence was discovered during the mid-1900’s, there have been several attempts made to contact the tribe and to explore the Sentinel Island. The Sentinelese men and women however, have no plans to establish contact with the outside world, repelling anyone who tries to approach their island. It is estimated that between 50 and 300 people are inhabiting the island but records vary, since there’s no way of obtaining contact. The Indian government, understanding that the island and its inhabitants need to be protected, made a three-mile exclusion zone surrounding the island, prohibiting people from trying to make contact. (source)