Top 10 Wildest Places on Earth


10 Siberia

Siberia is a vast Russian region encompassing much of North Asia, with terrain covering tundra, coniferous woodland, and mountain ranges like the Urals, Altai, and Verkhojansk. In its south, Lake Baikal is the deepest lake in the world, encircled by a network of hiking trails named the Great Baikal Trail. Along its journey between Moscow and the Sea of Japan the Trans-Siberian Railway crosses Baikal. Siberia has many isolated areas, the temperature goes down to -40 celsius during winter time. The coldest city yakutsk on Earth is situated in Siberia. This also acts as habitat for 64 separate animal species and 280 bird species.

9 Northern Territories of Canada

Canada’s Northwestern Territories comprise the Dehcho, North Slave, Sahtu, South Slave and Inuvik districts. Their rugged landscape includes trees, mountains, Arctic tundra, and islands in the Archipelago of the Canadian Arctic. The Nahanni National Park Reserve in Dehcho is focused around the South Nahanni River canyons and Virginia Falls 90 m high. Yellowknife, the national capital, sits on Great Slave Lake’s north shore. The local people still retain an ancient lifestyle within that area. The ones used to find food by hunting, fishing, are using only natural resources to push their everyday lives. In this region the boreal forest is home to many rare species of animals, particularly bisons.

8 Galapagos Island

The Galápagos Islands, in the Pacific Ocean, is a volcanic archipelago. It’s considered one of the most popular wildlife-viewing destinations in the world. An Ecuadorian province, it sits about 1,000km off its coastline. The rugged landscape shelters a variety of species of plants and animals, many found elsewhere. Charles Darwin visited the Galápagos species in 1835, and later influenced his theory of evolution by his discovery of it. This is the only place in the world where you can see sea lizard. The Galapagos tortoises, Galapagos penguin, fur sea lions, 400 species of fish, 800 species of molluscs have are unique and make this island a place to see pure natural beauty.

7 Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea covers the eastern half of New Guinea and its coastal islands in the South West Pacific. Known for its beaches and coral reefs, it is a nation of tremendous cultural and biological diversity. Inland are active volcanoes, Mt. Wilhelm granite, thick rainforest, and hiking routes such as the Kokoda Trail. Traditional tribal settlements exist too, each with their own languages. Scientists have calculated finding the total number of Papua’s animal species is difficult. This records 190 different species of mammals, 70 species of lizards, 110 species of snakes, 6000 species of moths and butterflies from this location until today.

6 Seychelles

The Seychelles is an archipelago of 115 islands off East Africa, in the Indian Ocean. It is home to numerous beaches , coral reefs and nature reserves, as well as unusual species including giant tortoises from the Aldabra. Mahé is the birthplace of the capital Victoria, a place for visiting the other islands. It also has Morne Seychellois National Park ‘s mountain rainforests, and beaches, including Beau Vallon and Anse Takamaka. You can find many rare species of animals and plants within Seychelles, in fact some of them can not see anywhere else in the world. This habitat has been a sanctuary for 6000 different native animal species including 250 different bird species, lizards, amphibians, tortoises, and turtles.

5 Gobi Desert, Mongolia

In northern China and southern Mongolia the Gobi Desert is a vast, arid area. It’s known for its dunes, mountains and unusual animals including snow leopards and camels from Bactria. The Khongoryn Els sand dunes are said to sing at the blowing of the wind in the Gobi Gurvansaikhan National Park. The park also features Yolyn Am Canyon ‘s deep-ice area. Dinosaur fossils were discovered at the Bayanzag red “Flaming Cliffs.” Gobi desert is known for unusual formations of sand dunes that have a height of nearly 200 metres. Temperature changes between -40 degrees Celsius and 40 degrees Celsius during different seasons within this deret. Many rare species of plants can also be found within the desert of Gobi.

 4 Sahara Desert

The Sahara is a desert on the Continent of Africa. With a surface area of 9,200,000 square kilometres, it is the world’s largest hot desert and the third largest desert after Antarctica and the Arctic. The name ‘Sahara’ comes from the Arabic word for ‘desert,’ somewhere in the region. Sahara’s heat waves, sand dunes and other harsh conditions make it a complete inhospitable setting for human life. There are 2 million people living in different parts of pf Sahara where conditions are ideal for daily life. It numbers thousands of different plant species in the Sahara desert. In 1922 the highest temperature recorded in the Sahara desert in part of Libya was 156 degrees Celsius.

3 Antarctica

Antarctica is a nearly uninhabited, ice-covered landmass, the southernmost continent and the location of the South Pole. The Antarctic Peninsula, which extends into South America, is visited by most cruises to the mainland. It’s known for the stunning, iceberg-flanked passages of the Lemaire Channel and Paradise Harbor and Port Lockroy, a former British research station that has converted into a museum. The rugged terrain of the peninsula still shelters plentiful wildlife including many penguins. More than 70 percent of the Earth’s fresh water contained in ice form in Antarctica. The Antarctica region extends to several miles during winter season. Penguin colonies, dolphins, albatross and seals are all species of animals.

2 Amazon Rainforest

The Amazon rainforest is the world’s largest tropical rainforest, renowned for its biodiversity, covering most of northwestern Brazil and spreading into Colombia , Peru and other South American countries. It’s crossed by thousands of rivers like the mighty Amazon. River cities, with 19th-century rubber-boom architecture, include Manaus of Brazil, and Iquitos and Puerto Maldonado of Belém and Peru. The Amazon rain forest is also covered by law to preserve nature ‘s biodiversity. It’s also home to 10 recognized species of animals on Earth. The 40,000 different species of plants sound the natural diversity of the Amazon jungle, and hold harmful animals such as anaconda and jaguar.

1 Deep Ocean

The deep sea or deep floor, at a depth of 1000 fathoms or more, is the lowest layer in the ocean, residing below the thermocline and above the seabed. This could be about ancient cultures, earth creation or enigmatic creatures. The Mariana trench in the Pacific Ocean area of Guam is the deepest point on Earth, 11,034 meters deep. Exploration to this single point in the Pacific Ocean is too hard for scientists, so whole ocean exploration certainly left as a human dream.