Passion to reach from space to deep sea |Extreme Tourism: Rich people in search of thrill and unique experience

Passion to reach from space to deep sea |Extreme Tourism: Rich people in search of thrill and unique experience

Many rich people of the world are turning towards extreme tourism by risking their lives in the desire of unique experience. The extreme tourism sector, which offers travel from space to deep sea, is expected to grow at an annual rate of 6.5% till 2030. The biggest part of this sector is space tourism.

America’s private space company Virgin Galactic is launching the first mission with private astronauts. This is the company’s second commercial flight. In this, 3 people will go on space travel. The cost of traveling to space from Virgin Galactic is around Rs 3.8 crore.

What else in Extreme Tourism…

Deep Sea Tourism – Rs 6.5 crore

Ocean Gate Company Rs 2 crore for the journey to the wreckage of Titanic. Used to take 250 people have seen the wreckage. At the same time, EYOS is preparing to travel to the Mariana Trench for 6.5 crores.

Pole Tourism – 5 days tour cost Rs 62 lakh

Last year more than one lakh people went to Antarctica. The cost of the 5-day trip is Rs 62 lakh. It can cost 4 lakh rupees to go to Russia’s Oymyakon valley in -71.2 degree Celsius.

Mount Tourism – Costs Rs 2 lakh (Rs 1 lakh for Indians) per person

Every year 800 people try to reach the summit of Everest. Every year 40 thousand people come till the base camp. The 14-day trek to Base Camp costs Rs 2 lakh per person (Rs 1 lakh for Indians).

Atomic tourism – 8 to 10 thousand expenses

Tourists come to see the remains of the devastation following the nuclear accident at Chernobyl. Before the Ukraine war started, about 70 thousand tourists were coming here every year. It costs 8 to 10 thousand to go on Chernobyl tour.

Underwater Cave – Rs 1.5 lakh

The Sac Actun system is a group of underground water caves. More than 1.5 million tourists come here every year, but there is no accurate information on diving in these caves. 1.5 lakhs is spent.

Extreme Tourism: Rich people in search of thrill and unique experience
Extreme Tourism: Rich people in search of thrill and unique experience

Storm Tourism – Rs 3 lakh approx.

In America’s Tornado Alley, tourists chase tornadoes with professional weather experts (called storm chasers). More than 200 tourists visit every year to experience the real form of this natural disaster from close quarters. Chasing the tornado would cost around Rs 3 lakh.

Hotel in the sky by 2030

In July 2021, Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin sent four people, including Bezos, to 100 km above Earth. Since then, Blue Origin has sent 31 passengers on this 11-minute space journey. In September 2021, Elon Musk’s Space X took 4 ordinary passengers closer to orbit without any professional astronauts. In 2022, SpaceX sent a crew of three to the space station.

Accidents and damage to the environment due to extreme tourism

The Titan, famous for visiting the Titanic wreckage, was destroyed in the Atlantic Ocean on June, 2023. 5 people had died in this. Apart from this, in 2019, 22 people who went to see the volcano in New Zealand died due to the sudden eruption of the volcano. So far this year, 17 tourists have died on Everest. Every year the garbage in Everest and Antarctica is increasing.

Passion to reach from space to deep sea |Extreme Tourism: Rich people in search of thrill and unique experience

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