Travel Destinations That Will Soon Disappear From The Planet

Although the new trend in fashion for men do reappear, after few years of the gap but it is unlikely that the few places on earth will reemerge. We are going beyond the men new style to tell you about the travel destinations that are likely to get disappeared due to the changing climatic conditions on earth.

1. Majuli Island, India:

This piece of River Island had an area of 1200 sq. km, has now got nearly submerged in waters. With only almost 400 sq. km left, fishermen have seen all that transformation on their lifetime. Excessive rains, massive flooding and interruptive soil erosion has melted this land, that was once a popular travel destination for locals.

Majuli island


2. The Maldives:

A perfect destination for honeymooners, is likely to get submerged by 2035. With just 1.4 meter above the sea level, the pristine waters have been under serious threat due to the changes in the environment due to the melting of glaciers worldwide.



3. Snow-Capped Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania:

It is not a surprise that the ice sheet on Mount Kilimanjaro has reduced massively by 85% due to global warming. The more is likely to come, as according to experts’ entire snowcap will be melted away by 2035.



4. Antarctica:

The new landscape is underway at the once called ‘white continent’, as the original species and the dynamics of the land is changing at the rapid rate. If the current trends continue, there is likely to be a major impact in Antarctica. It is not just global environmental changes that is impacting the topography but also the contamination due to untreated sewage, rubbish, debris and leftover by the travelers.



5. The Galápagos Islands:

The land that taught Darwin the important scientific lessons is also under threat. Although these islands still remain one of the most sought-after travel destinations due to its exotic flora and fauna that ranges from giant tortoises to rare plant species but 200,000 tourists cause a heavy toll on these tiny archipelagos. Pollution, global warming, and tourist influx are causing the rich natural heritage to dissipate away.