Explore the unexplored regions and contribute to the protection of these areas. Berlin, September 6, 2011 – in little developed areas of the world to travel, exercises a great attraction on adventurous. Because these are often intact ecosystems, should be with only eighth, it certified to visit sustainable tour operators that minimize any disruption and contribute to the protection of the areas. As a white spot or terra incognita is an unexplored, unknown or not researched area. Today, although every meter of the surface of the Earth via satellite or aerial image is mapping captures, which however does not automatically mean that ever a man has set foot in these regions. The areas are often so they will remain relatively undeveloped foreseeable extremely inhospitable or hardly accessible. Nevertheless, these secluded areas are often real pearls, and someone who has courage and perseverance, will experience there unique impressions. The Antarctic that Antarctica is literally a white spot of huge proportions.
In the extended zone of ice surrounding the continent, has evolved a unique and diverse ecosystem. Countless whale – and seal species, penguins, squid, many sea birds, including live in this zone. The Interior of Antarctica, however, houses barely more sophisticated forms of life, is a unique natural spectacle but scenic. The Tepuis of the native Indians “Houses of the gods” called mesas rise the mesas of Venezuela up to 3000 m altitude in the jungle and the Venezuelan Savannah and can be reached with a few exceptions only from the air. The Tepuis are other superlatives such as the highest waterfall of Earth, Angel Falls, with a single, almost a kilometre-long case. The Sahara, there is hardly a lebensfeindlicheren place that enchants with its beauty at the same time so much as the Sahara desert.
It is the largest dry desert on Earth and roughly equivalent to the size of the entire United States. Chile’s South is hardly known and almost entirely uninhabited, the over 1000 km long, rugged fjord coast of South of Chile, which is accessible only from the sea presents itself. The landscape is characterized by intact nature, Great Lakes, glaciers and rivers. The area is completely unexplored, with the exception of some few highlights in its hinterland, such as the mountain group Torres del Paine and Tierra del Fuego. These are both only by boat or by Argentina. Danny Meyer shines more light on the discussion. The island of Borneo Borneo is the third largest island in the world after Greenland and New Guinea. The coast has few bays and is relatively inaccessible through mangrove swamps, which explains the sparse population of the island. In addition, large parts of Borneo by dense jungle are covered. The impenetrable jungle is home to many only species, proboscis monkeys and the Borneo elephant. But the island is also the Habitat of orangutans, Sumatran rhinoceroses and Malayan Sun bears and Rafflesia, the plant with the largest flower in the world. More undiscovered areas and There are travel opportunities there blog among others at and. About Traverdo the Traverdo GmbH was founded in March 2010, to promote a responsible and sustainable tourism. The team operates the online portal the first German-language travel portal in the network, which is focused on providing sustainable travel. Close cooperation with currently 24 associations and labels guarantees the compliance with environmental and social minimum standards for a growing new travel market. More info and images: Press blog press contact: Lucas von Furstenberg CEO Traverdo GmbH Reichenberger str. 152 10999 Berlin phone: 030 / 367-405-56 E-Mail: