In recent times, with the aid of
and technology, humans can traverse varied geographical areas which were earlier deemed to be unreachable
as The South Pole, The North Pole, The Antarctic, and The Sahara Desert.
by visiting these places with extreme habitats, tourists can gain cultural knowledge and a source of income, it can
be risky due to the dangers involved.
Touring new and unexplored places has always been fascinating
humans. There are many advantages to visiting these places.
, tourists can learn the rich heritage and cultural values from these geographies and can lay a foundation in
research and conservation of their habitats, wildlife, and culture.
, learning about the food habits and local traditions of the Aboriginals of The Andaman and Nicobar islands has been fascinating and enthralling due to the less documentation available to the outside world. Another advantage is the fact that tourists can even earn some money by sharing their travel
a shared on-line journal where people can post daily entries about their personal experiences and hobbies
and documentaries as they will capture people's attention. Evidently, touring far and distant places
beneficial for the
On the other hand
, the difficult circumstances of these places can be hazardous for the people who plan to sightsee these places.
, the cost involved is usually high which will directly affect a person's budget if there is no proper planning and saving.
, since these locations are generally far-off, it might involve a more prolonged absence from work,
impacting the work balance.
, safety is a huge concern because it will be challenging to seek help in remote areas.
, if a tourist is lost in the middle of the desert and the supply of perishables run low, it is life-threatening.
In conclusion, while there
a plethora of positive aspects
the tourists in terms of learning the culture and making a livelihood, there are
negative points with
regard. Trips to these places should be well-planned after taking into consideration the risks involved in the exploration.