Today more and more tourists are visiting places where conditions are difficult, such as Sahara desert or the Antarctic. What are the benefits and disadvantages for tourists who visit such places?

Travelling is not new to humankind, modern humans started in Africa ten
years ago and settled in different parts of the world. Early humans wandered for survival
reasons but
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reasons, but
modern ones travel to relax during their holidays. Now a
, a trend, where people are visiting places which have uninhabitable conditions. In
essay I will list the pros and cons of the trend. One advantage is
a sense
of achievement. But going to places where
the majority
a majority
would not travel make them unique among their social circles.
makes them
special and proud.
, they can
be fond of; be attached to
those adventurous moments as they may not do it again in future. Another benefit is we can appreciate the modern comforts which we take it for granted.
, these expeditions are helpful to replicate and study the conditions of other planets on which space research institutes trying to colonise. Even though there are several advantages, there are a few disadvantages as well. One clear disadvantage is the costs, since these places have little connection to civilised
world it
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world, it
is hard to access them
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so it involves a fair amount of spending. Since these places are very remote, medical supplies are very scarce. So it will be a
(of events) having extremely unfortunate or dire consequences; bringing ruin
place to get sick. To summarise, even though travelling to remote places like
the Sahara
an extremely cold continent at the south pole almost entirely below the Antarctic Circle; covered by an ice cap up to 13,000 feet deep
involves a lot of money and need medical supervision it is worth for people who need a sense of achievement.
Also it
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Also, it
will be helpful to study conditions which are helpful for space
to travel for the purpose of discovery

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