dig it! australia among the best places to dig for buried treasure
Sa/SA/Coober/Pedy Image: Mike BurtonSource: News Ltd has a secret world hidden under Earth rocks and waves.
Finding loot-from pirate loot to secret treasure-is a complete adventure.
Lonely Planet has compiled a list of the best places to find treasures in the world\'s top 10 travel 2013 books. 1.
Inland exploration and abundant opportunities in Australia: Can You Dig It?
The good people of Cooper Pedie can . . . . . . Since Opal was first discovered there in 1915, they have done so.
Named from the local Aboriginal term \"kupa-\"piti’ (
Meaning \"whitef in the hole \"), this far-
The town of Lonce, known as the capital of the world;
It is also known for its underground houses and is dug out to escape the hustle and bustle of the desert.
While hardcore miners need government permission, anyone can pass through many of the town\'s mining areas-\"noodles\" in local terms \".
Don\'t let this whimsical verb fool you: many noodle hands have hit paydirt.
Try an approved noodle at Tom\'s work opal mine or old Tim mine before going alone. 2.
Norman Island, British Virgin Islands-
Legs, black spots, western country accents: if there is a map showing every home of pirate clichés that are considered novel --
There will be an X on the dresser on Norman Island.
Your Wood is not shaking?
Maybe its fictional name, Treasure Island, will make you \"aaargh \".
Today\'s Norman Island is the inspiration behind Robert Louis Stevenson\'s story about the mutiny and loot, and a paradise for snorkeling and nature lovers.
But rumors of undiscovered beans hidden in the cave attracted rum
Hoisters believes there are still plenty of prizes and lots of Duff on the island! ’.
Norman Island is only a short boat ride from the largest and most populous Tortola in BVIs.
Tortola is arriving by ferry or flight from various Caribbean hubs. 3.
Oak Island, Nova Scotia, Canada has a huge, mysterious hole nicknamed the gold money pit, which is the destination of those who answer the loot call.
This mysterious pit, the longest site in the world, was first discovered at 1795.
Treasure hunt . . . . . . Although the crazy debate is still looking for which treasures.
The wealth hidden in the hole (
Should be at least 60 m deep)
Including the collection of Captain Kidd, the missing jewels of Mary Antoinette, documents proving Shakespeare\'s \"true\" identity (
French Francis Bacon)
And the holy grail of the treasure seeker, er, the Holy Grail.
Beware of traps!
Oak Island is privately owned and requires permission to resolve the mystery of this pit before departure.
Legends and links from here. 4.
Looking for loot in Las Vegas?
Forget about the bankruptcy of fruit machines and banks: Thousands of Sin City tourists have given up gambling for treasure hunting these days. A real-
A life treasure hunt based on GPS and mysterious clues, Geo-treasure is more likely to produce more friendly eggs than nest, but this does not stop 5 million enthusiasts around the world.
Vegas is a must. Do high-
Tech enthusiasts, scores of more than 2400 stashes hidden inside and around the city, including the Gaza Strip, the surrounding desert, and the ghost sites \"haunted\" night cache.
No information is provided.
Gold detection, Gold in Papua New Guinea in thar mountain . . . . . . On thar island . . . . . . Under the Sea of thar.
Papua New Guinea is absolutely awash with shiny things, and while most of them fall into the hands of multinational mining companies, there is no reason why budding explorers can\'t pick or pot.
The gold fever peaked in the 20th century, and the \"goose egg size\" Nuggets attracted avid gold-hunters, including Errol Flynn.
These days, PNG\'s roughand-
Rolling landscape (
Society and geography)
It is better to take part in organized tours than to go out by yourself.
They are not cheap but have the potential for \"Eureka \"!
Every step is lurking in this moment. Who cares?
Baoxin Huang Jin Tour provides full escort, 2-week gold-
Hunting trip to Misma Island, an area known for its abundant deposits. 6.
Roman coins, the British state of togas suffered from a lack of pockets, or the Roman who left did not have time to stop on the currency exchange, as Britain borders on ancient currencies.
This is what you picked.
Amateur archaeologists and quaint folk with metal detectors are responsible for a large number of discoveries throughout the island;
On 2010, a chef found a jar full of 52,000 coins, dated between AD 253 and 293, the largest treasure trove of coins found so far.
Study hard and be sure to get permission from the landowner, you can also keep history in your hands!
For information on detector rental, regional clubs and assessment of your wealth, please contact the National metal Inspection Commission. 7.
Digging wild in Australia was startled by the wild?
Isn\'t \"Muttaburrasaurus\" just an interesting language? twister to you?
Then, join the idea that dinosaur digging is your ultimate treasure hunt, which is a fair bet.
What more can cater to your inner paleontology than Australia\'s largest treasure house of dinosaur bones, outback Winton? The not-for-
The profit organization of the Australian dinosaur era
The annual Dinosaur Discovery Week gives \"passion\" the opportunity to dig, paint and prepare fossils buried over the past 95 million years.
No experience is necessary, but only 13 attractions are excavated at a time.
Quick booking: they will disappear before you can say \"diamond dragon matida.
The excavation runs between July and September.
Learn more and book your location here. 8.
Arctic purple crystal, the Cora Peninsula, Russia above the Arctic Circle, sparkling not ice: the far north of Western Russia shines with purple fragments of precious purple crystals.
The rugged Cora peninsula-a dream of a home of many hundreds of rare rock and metal species-is home to the purple crystal blowing by the sea breeze --
Rich Coast of Tersky.
The difference with gold is that if you know where to look for it, the purple Crystal will be very easy to find (
Korabl cape of Tersky is a good starting point
: Simply look for purple lumps.
In addition to its beauty, the purple crystal has a legendary quality that may come in handy in these frozen vodka
Land of Love: It is considered to protect its holder from drunkenness.
Although it is simple enough to find the purple crystal, it is not easy to visit the Cora peninsula.
Consider a mineral tour to join the South Cora group. 9.
The fossil is dull, the Gobi desert, the eyes of the Mongols are hurried, and the vast Gobi Desert looks like 1.
3 million square kilometers of dust.
But stop, stop, and focus: Gobi is one of the richest fossil reserves in the world, with many ancient fossil deposits. as in 100-million-years-ancient)
Only a few centimeters from the ground.
The first dinosaur egg was found here;
Other major excavation findings include rare, Intermediate
Evolved birds and some of the best birds in the world
Preserved fossil mammals
Hunting hotspots include the flame mountains of Bayanzag and Altan Uul (
\"Huang Jinshan \").
You shouldn\'t take your findings home-they are taken for granted as national treasures-but here, especially in the chase. Independent (not package)
Travel can be hard to spot by chance, but not impossible.
Many hotels in Ulanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia, can help you explore. 10.
Shipwreck Diving, Florida, and USIt may be called the state of sunshine, but many of Florida\'s richest attractions haven\'t seen light for centuries.
Florida\'s blue waters are believed to be home to more sunken treasures than any other state in the United States, possibly hiding loot worth more than $0. 2 billion.
Today, the country is home to Disney World and wealthy retirees, once a notorious pirate paradise (
Even Blackbeard broke down here)
The hurricane sent countless Spanish sailboats to David Jones\'s locker.
Check the local laws before you twist your wet tie and don\'t dive regularly in Florida alone
Dangerous waters: there is a reason for these shipwrecks.
This website is a super treasure house.
A list of potentially rich details (and legal)wreck-
Dive sites in Florida.
This is the essence of 2013 travel from Lonely Planet©RRP: $24 Lonely Planet 2012.
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