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

the present time people with greater financial capabilities than ever
before expecially
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before, especially
before especially
from developed, western countries are visiting different places of tourist attractions.
, the changing trend of weather and climate posing difficulties and hurdles for tourists is really a serious concern.
, there are two-way consequences of visits to
sites and places with dangerous conditions. Actually, there can be simultaneous benefits from and disadvantages of venturing out to those tourist places. Basically, the benefit,
and foremost, is the hilarious experience made out
a challenging tour of
the risky
the riskiest
places with a huge prospect of the dangers and threats of
. In fact, there is a proverb which reads, " The more difficult the task, the greater is the happiness after accomplishment". Naturally, it is some of the audacious people's attraction and addiction
a position on a scale of intensity or amount or quality
of curiosity of risking
. They dare to take up tasks and events that sound alluring and exciting, which other people of average feat and fear discourage trying to do. So, a kind of sense of discovery prevails upon them following their
an organization of missionaries in a foreign land sent to carry on religious work
of tour accomplishments in impossible or hardly possible places and parts of the world.
, confidence development through visits made into bad-conditioned tourist
spots before the eyes caused by opaque cell fragments in the vitreous humor and lens
to those challenge loving tourists. To add one more benefit, visitors or tourists who feel uncontrollably enthusiastic and eventually take heart to make visits to the Sahara, Antertica or so with bad conditions end up with so much precious experience that they can put forward to new generations and can document those educational experiences so that the prospective travellers to those places could know and use of them in their ventures of intended visits.
, there are some obvious dangers and every accompanying risk in the mentioned types of visits, too. There can be eventual loss of
, with potential risk of getting lost. Actually, on account of those places being inhabitable and isolated long away from normal human habitats, villages, townships, there is
huge chance
a huge chance
of not getting any kind of immediate help of any sort should it be needed. The risky tours put the family members of the tourists in a heavy mental pressure as they can't communicate with their travelling tourists, which even can lay a very serious psychological crisis and tension in the
members and children in the families. To conclude, tours to places with bad conditions are really exciting, hilarious, and awarding for the challenge loving tourists, despite some risks of their own
, with some mental pressure and tension caused for the travellers' families.

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