Despite all our advancements in science and technology, there is still so much we don’t know.
Though humans have inhabited the earth for thousands of years we still haven’t discovered all it has to offer. Here are unexplored places we still don’t know all that much about.
Unexplored places in the world
Vale Do Javari
The agency disallows expeditions and tourism into these remote forests to prevent outsiders from invading the indigenous peoples’ territories, accidentally or otherwise.
Not only is northernmost Greenland is also the largest island in the world. Covering over 836,330 square miles it has a surprisingly low population: only 56,250people here. Ice sheets, glaciers, and icebergs surround the island making passage the seat treacherous.
There are no roads or rail systems in Greenland so those that dare to brave the elements must make do with snowmobiles, planes, boats, and helicopters. Due to the vast surface area and the covers 80% of the country there has been little exploration inland.
Son Doong Cave
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Otherwise known as the ‘lost world’ the Melville range in Australia has earned its nickname. Its unique ecosystem has allowed several animal species to thrive in the isolated section of rainforest for millions of years.
Huge granite boulders protect it from bushfires and keep moisture in. it was widely unexplored by humans until March 2013 when a team of filmmakers and scientist joined forces and ventured into the unknown.