With so many people living on this planet, you would think that there are no places on earth that don’t have any signs of humans. However, interestingly enough, there can be found some places that are barely visited by people. Those places are very different from what you are used to seeing. There are no visible signs of human existence in these places that we will list below. If you are interested to see where are those places, then continue reading.
Namibia is an African country that is not very populated. This place is the home of the largest populations of cheetahs approximately somewhere around 2.500 of them which doesn’t sound like too much, but in reality, it is one-quarter of the entire cheetah population on the earth. This is for sure the most untouched place in Africa.
The islands of Galapagos are one of the islands that are left untouched by humans. The islands are home to a lot of different animal species such as iguanas, penguins, tortoises and whales. On the islands of the Galapagos, the population of humans is less than 23.000. That might sound like a lot, but compared to space, this is a very small number, that’s why you can’t see the human traces.
Papua New Guinea
This is one of the most rural places on the earth that are barely been explored.
The scientist said that they believe that the forests and jungles of the Papua New Guinea are the home to some yet undiscovered animal and plant species.
More than 50 percent of the island is preserved and kept under conservation by the nation. Barely any people have even explored this place, yet alone live there. Because of such low population of people, the island is extremally preserved and have some of the most beautiful beaches.
Also, this island is a home to a rare type of parrots the black parrot. We couldn’t leave this place out of this list because it is truly one of the most untouched and unexplored places on the earth. Seychelles, unlike the other places, is a continent. That is why it is so interesting.