The adventurous souls and the dare devils are always excited to do something which is not normal, which is thunderous. So much so that they would even prefer a place to go which is extreme in nature. Like it has extreme weather conditions, which is difficult to reach and further difficult to survive there. But these funky souls are born differently, they think differently and are always on the go for something different.
For these exciting souls, places like:
· Nuvata, Canada
It is a popular destination for fetish mountain climbers, you can visit the site and camp out to suffice your adventurous streak.
· Coldest inhabited place on Earth: Oymyakon, Russia
The place is scarcely populated as the temperature is -58 degrees F. It even has Popular sports include skiing, ice hockey, and ice fishing. Another treat for the people born differently.
· Driest place on Earth: Atacama Desert, Chile
Sparsely populated, the Atacama Desert has several hotels to choose from that cater to tourists who come to explore the land.
· Closest place to Outer Space: Mount Chimborazo, Ecuador
While Mount Everest is over 29,000 feet tall, due to the position of the mountain on the earth’s surface the peak of Mount Chimborazo is the furthest spot from the center of the earth. Its peak is completely covered by glaciers, but this mountain has several routes for climbers. The climbers can try their luck.
· Hottest Place on Earth: Lut Desert, Iran
people visit this desert land but it is a destination only for those willing to take on the challenge of surviving the heat and the unbearably dry climate.
· Tristan da Cunha, United Kingdom
Accessible by sea only with no airport, this is a perfect getaway for solitude. The island is home to fewer than 300 inhabitants.
· Coldest continent on Earth: Antarctica
With a population estimated at somewhere between 1,000 and 4,000 people, the world’s fifth largest continent is a land of extremes, the coldest and driest continent on the planet. Travelers- you can try your luck here and brave the weather for a thrilling adventure.
· Wettest place on Earth: Mawsynram, India
With an average of 467 inches of rainfall every year, this place is difficult to live but surprisingly an interesting place for tourists.
· Tallest waterfall in the world: Angel Falls, Venezuela
Although Angel Falls is located in an isolated jungle region and is not reached all that easily, it remains one of Venezuela’s top tourist attractions.