Places You Should Travel When You Get a Jet Pack

Jetpack is a dream of travelers. We can travel wherever we want.

Don’t worry about the airport security guards who seem to enjoy too much work.

Freedom from slavery of the economy, baby seats, crying and airline food

But most importantly, a jet pack is a passport to travel to mysterious destinations,

hard-to-reach places, even places with few people to see. We can scour the world in search of the world’s undiscovered treasures, such as flying Indiana Jones.

We hope that one day we will open the door and our jet pack (and fedoras) will wait for us and that day we will be ready.

There are many places that we want to visit, which can be reached via a long and difficult journey, many people (such as myself) cannot do it.

So here are  places you should visit when you get a jet plane …
Apocalypse Island

Located 414 miles from the coast of Chile, the Juan Fernández archipelago is sometimes a port that calls boats for long-distance trips to Easter Island.

(Which is another place where there is no place we want to go). The largest island is called Robinson Crusoe Island, named Alexander Selkirk.

Inspired by this novel which was abandoned. Kept on the island for over four years and had to live with rats and whatever he could kill But that’s not the most interesting thing about the island.

Over a decade ago, anthropologist Jim Turner discovered what he believed was a long

-lost Mayan monument that kept a secret until the end of the day.

Turner believes that the monolith on the “Apocalypse Island” that looks like it is one of the only places in the world to see the last two celestial events

– the motion of Venus and the solar eclipse – announcing the end of The world follows the Maya: 21 December 2012

Sokotra Island

Travel 250 miles from the Yemen coast to Socotra Island and you think you travel 250 light years to another planet called “the most-watched alien place in the world”.

Socotra Island has around 240 species of plants.

And animals that are not found anywhere else in the world The most famous attraction in this UNESCO natural heritage site is the dragon’s blood, the crimson-red tree and the desert rose, which resembles a flower that grows from the legs of an old man.

Richat structure

There are some places that are cooler than the sky, and this is one of them.

The Richat structure, also known as The Eye Of The Sahara, is located in the Sahara Desert in West Africa.

The anomaly of the 30-mile-wide world that looks like a bull’s eye has become an important place for astronauts since they first saw it from space.

Originally believed that the structure that occurred after impacting a meteorite But now scientists think that it is just an unusual formation caused by erosion.

Penguin island

Directly in Magellan, the southernmost part of Chile, is a small island called Magdalena Island that has one thing to live in: a penguin. I shouldn’t say anything It is inhabited by more than 60,000 people. It is obvious that this island has a foul smell from poop and pee and the decaying carcass.

But we wouldn’t mind watching a cute Magellanic penguin from above.

Tsingy de Bemaraha

Near the west coast of Madagascar is an unusual forest that has been designated a World Heritage Site.

The reason why this place is so strange is that it is not a forest … but a Tsingy rock forest, which means “no one can walk barefoot” consisting of a limestone peak that is sharp like a knife.

But visitors are willing to risk their lives and limbs to see the eyes of the rare white lemur called Decken’s Sifaka.

As cute as we are, we didn’t approach this place unless there was a jet set. pack

North Pole

If you can do it for one good reason,

the invention of the North Pole jet pack will be like that.

Nobody wants to spend weeks exploring difficult terrain at temperatures below freezing to reach the northernmost point of the world and discover that there is no Santa.

We just wanted to fly to the North Pole with a glass of hot chocolate, saying that we’ve been there and hurried to Bora Bora to melt the ice.

Mirny Diamond Mine

Diamond mind in Mirny, Russia, a small town in Eastern Siberia,

is the second largest man-made hole in the world (the Bingham Canyon Copper mine in Utah is the largest city)

at a depth of 1,722 meters. One hour to the bottom We want to see it for ourselves.

But we can’t go too close … even with a jet pack.

That’s because the airspace on top of the mine was closed because the helicopter was sucked into the hole by the air flow down.

Mount everest

Thousands of people each year climb up 29,029 feet all the way to the highest peak in the world.

But when seeing how we were climbing stairs, I didn’t think we would have the opportunity to look over the Himalayas from Mount Everest … unless with a jet pack.

From there, you can play a game called “Eye Spy A Dead Body” where you try to find the bodies of dead climbers in the perfect “death zone” that was left on the mountain.

Angel Falls

In the movie “Up”, an old man with an adventurous spirit sets out on the jungles of South America to find Paradise Falls.

If only he had a jet pack instead of a house tied to balloons, things would be a lot easier.

Angel Falls, located in Venezuela, inspired the 3,212-foot-tall Paradise Falls,

the largest waterfall in the world and has been registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Antarctica

Captain Kirk goes wrong when he calls Space Dan the last one.

Must conquer the world before we head to the stars That’s why the name of “The Last Frontier” belongs to Antarctica, one of the unexplored lands in the world.

Although Antarctica is covered by 98% of ice, this continent is considered a desert because it receives only 8 inches of rain per year.

In fact, one of the most magical places in the world is in Antarctica: McMurdo Valley. Antarctica is also the location.

Of the largest glacier in the world is Lambert Glacier that is 60 miles wide and 250 miles long.

But perhaps the most interesting feature of Antarctica is the Blood Falls.

Users muck prehistory is rich in iron, bleeding from Taylor Glacier.

Inside the scientists, discover mysterious things that have never been seen in nature:

microbes that have survived for more than 1.5 million years without the use of heat, light or oxygen.

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