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  • Welcome to watch Mojo.

  • And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 places that have barely been explored.

  • But for the traveler, it's great.

  • Glory lies in the stark beauty of its dunes.

  • This frozen waterfall sums up Kamchatka, a place of temperate summers and Arctic winters.

  • It's a lake that has been separated from the atmosphere and life on Earth for millions of years, going its own way, and we want to know what's down there for this list.

  • We're looking at areas where few explorers have yet ventured and which could still hold secrets unknown to the world.

  • If there are any locations we failed to spot ourselves, be sure to let us know in the comments.

  • Number 10 Yucatan cenote Ease Mexico A sin ot is a natural sinkhole or pit that reaches groundwater beneath it.

  • There, especially common on the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico, most resemble circular cave ponds, but many arm or extensive being connected to a larger cave systems.

  • There are a estimated 6000 so notice in the Yucatan Peninsula, but less than half have been fully explored as collapsing rocks air common due to the way they form.

  • Many requires scuba gear to navigate in their entirety.

  • Unfortunately, this has led to frequent deaths while exploring them, so fully documenting them is difficult and extremely hazardous.

  • Number nine.

  • The Hubble Kelly Arabian Peninsula.

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  • The Khobar Kelly or Empty Quarter, is one of the world's biggest sand deserts and is a part of the larger Arabian desert.

  • The empty Quarter is an area of active sand dunes in the south of the Arabian Peninsula, situated between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on the Sultanate of Oman.

  • Despite its name, it actually takes up around a third of the deserts total area and is incredibly inhospitable, with extreme temperatures that reach as high as 124 F.

  • While it is partially inhabited, large sections of the desert remain un explored due to how difficult the shifting terrain and environments are to explore.

  • Although several recent crossings have been documented, it's unlikely that the Hubble holly will be exhaustively explored anytime soon.

  • And yet before we get to the end, before we get across this desert, we've still got across hundreds and hundreds more miles of this endless flat gravel playing in it just mentally, so hard to do.

  • Number eight.

  • Northern Patagonia, Chile.

  • Vast and variable.

  • The remote landscapes of southern Chile.

  • A spellbinding.

  • It's one of the wildest places on the planet.

  • Chilean Patagonia.

  • Patagonia is a sparsely populated region of South America that includes territory in Chile and Argentina.

  • It's northern portion in Chile is especially wild and largely untouched by human activity.

  • With a diverse terrain that includes rainforests, lava fields and glaciers.

  • Northern Patagonia is all over the place, geographically speaking, which can make exploring it a challenge.

  • With more than half of this gigantic region declared a protected wilderness area, you'll find untouched nature everywhere you go.

  • The northern Patagonian icefields is among the largest masses of ice outside of the polls.

  • Though the area is increasingly attracting adventure minded travelers looking to escape, it is still far off the beaten path.

  • E think that's an important thing to note is that we've been asking ourselves why we're here.

  • What am I doing here?

  • I don't need to explain that because things is enough.

  • Number seven.

  • The Kamchatka Peninsula Russia Siberia in general is considered pretty inhospitable by most standards and as such is not heavily populated.

  • While the climate in the Republic of Sakha is particularly extreme, we're going with the even more remote Kamchatka Peninsula.

  • The region is comparable in length to California, but the Golden State's envious weather is notably missing.

  • The temperatures are frigid.

  • This frozen waterfall sums up Kamchatka, a place of temperate summers and Arctic winters.

  • Kamchatka is also home to hundreds of volcanoes, many of which are currently active.

  • Lava seeps from volcanoes, creating new land.

  • But the severity of winter can blanket even these giants is bitter.

  • Weather takes hold.

  • As a result, seismic activity such as earthquakes and tsunamis are relatively common.

  • Following World War Two, Kamchatka was used as a military zone by the Soviets and, as such, remained off limits to civilians and tourists.

  • Until the nineties Number six, the Namib Desert, southern Africa.

  • It has been said that the name Namib means emptiness, but no one really knows, and the mute sands conceal the mysteries of its age, history and origin.

  • Stretching over 1000 square miles along Africa's southwestern coast, the Namib is among the least populated areas in the world, thought to be the oldest surviving desert on earth.

  • The Namib is also one of the world's driest regions, which has made humans understandably reluctant to spend much time there.

  • You can travel for days here on C, nothing but dust and send be that as it may, it's Oceans of Sand boasts some of the largest dunes in the world, with some nearly reaching 1000 ft high.

  • But for the traveler, it's great Glory lies in the stark beauty of its dunes.

  • Despite how arid it is, the coast gets a lot of fog, which has caused a large number of shipwrecks.

  • Hence one section being nicknamed the Skeleton Coast Number five gang harpoons um, Bhutan.

  • Located in Bhutan and bordering Tibet, this mountain is the largest unclimbed mountain on earth, although neighboring peaks on the Tibetan side have been scaled, gang harpoons, um, has yet to be officially climbed.

  • The first attempt on gang harpoons, um, was by the Japanese in 1985 while a Japanese expedition did reach subsidiary Peak YUNGQIANG Congaree.

  • Four attempts to reach the actual summit of gang harpoons, um, have failed.

  • Since then, the Bhutanese government has outlawed mountaineering due toa local spiritually beliefs.

  • Because of this prohibition, rescue services are not readily available, which means that climbing gang harpoons, um, is ill advised.

  • Number four Lake Vostok, Antarctica.

  • It's a lake that has been separated from the atmosphere and life on Earth for millions of years, going its own way, and we want to know what's down there.

  • Antarctica still holds many secrets.

  • The frosty continent has nearly 400 subglacial lakes.

  • The largest of these is Lake Vostok, named for the Russian research station that sits above it.

  • The lake water is estimated to have been isolated from the rest of the world for some 25 million years.

  • This makes it of particular interest for researchers, as its conditions could be similar to the ice covered bodies of water believed to exist on some moons.

  • As of this writing, very few samples have been taken, and on Lee Time will tell what kinds of life lies beneath that could rob them of the rial prize.

  • Discovering new forms of life.

  • Number three Valley Do JAVARI, Brazil The Valley do Javari, or Javari Valley in English is an area of Brazil roughly the size of Austria or, if you're American, thinks slightly bigger than Main.

  • Unlike most of our entries.

  • The Valley do Javari is populated.

  • The dense Amazon forests below are home to one of the last UN contacted tribes left on Earth.

  • However, most of the residents are part of tribes who haven't had official contact with the outside world.

  • We have scant footage or even information on these tribes who have been left alone so as not to disturb them.

  • But the new discovery is in the same general region where two years ago, Brazilian Indian researchers Jose Murals led a mission that captured these dramatic photos of uncontacted Indians aiming arrows at the airplane.

  • This means that much of the region remains unknown, at least to outsiders.

  • Number to Devon Island, Canada.

  • Located west of Greenland and part of Canada's Queen Elizabeth Islands, Devon Island is the world's largest uninhabited island.

  • Although briefly inhabited during the mid 20th century, Devon Island has no permanent residents today.

  • Given its polar desert ecosystem, it gets little precipitation, and so it supports very little animal or plant life.

  • With temperatures getting as low as minus 58 F, Devin Island's primary visitors are scientists, as there are a few research stations on the island.

  • Its resemblance to the surface of Mars has made it of particular interest to space agencies.

  • This is a place that is barren, vast, intimidating.

  • You're rambling through airs.

  • They're quite dangerous, with isolated, remote and rocky, just like the surface of Mars is before we explore our topic.

  • Here are some honorable mentions.

  • Sun Dong Cave, Vietnam, The world's largest cave in the absolutely amazing atmosphere, and it's heart taking.

  • It's breathtaking and absolutely huge.

  • Mount Roraima, South America, steep slopes and three national borders make the logistics complicated.

  • Mountain family, Mozambique.

  • Many areas can only be accessed through rock climbing.

  • New hybrids.

  • Trench Pacific Ocean first explored in 2013.

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  • Number one.

  • The Mariana Trench Pacific Ocean.

  • Located in the Pacific Ocean near Guam and named for the nearby Marianas Islands, this is the world's deepest ocean trench.

  • Its greatest confirmed depth is around 6.8 miles, although unconfirmed reports suggest it may be even deeper.

  • If we take the height of Mount Everest, we would still have about a mile of water above us before we get to the ocean surface.

  • It's atmospheric Pressure is over 1000 times that of the surface of the sea.

  • This has made it incredibly difficult to explore, and only seven successful Descents have been made into the trench.

  • Four of the man and three unmanned life support.

  • Good depth one zero Niner to 8 m at the bottom.

  • Every descent reveals something new about the mysterious trench and the strange flora and fauna that call it home.

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