Tunnel to the Other Side of the Earth
Have you ever wondered which part of the other side of the earth is directly below you? Find out using this map tunnelling tool.
Map Tunnelling Tool
|Map 1||Map 2|
|Nearest Country :||Nearest Country :|
Unlink Zoom between Map 1 and Map 2
Keep on the same latitude
Input the latitude and longitude of a point on the left map and see its corresponding antipode on the right map.
OR, search by place name...
How to use the Map Tunnelling Tool
Drag map 1 or 2 by clicking and holding the map as you move it. When you let go and finish dragging the map the other map will then show you where about's on the earth the far end of the imaginary tunnel will be. In effect it will show you what is at the other side of the earth.
To make things easier, you can also zoom the map in and out.
You can adjust the height of the map by using the small, medium and large buttons.
You can also change the map view using the Map, Satellite and Hybrid buttons. This works independently for each map.
This is a Antipodes Map. An antipode of a point on the earth is the region on the Earth's surface which is diametrically opposite to that point. The two points which are antipodal to one another are considered to be connected by a straight line or tunnel through the centre of the Earth.
- 3rd May 2015 - Now displays the tunnel distance
- 14th January 2015 - New option : Keep on the same latitude
- 19th November 2014 - Added manual input by latitude / longitude or by place name
- 9th March 2014 - Update to fix bug with crosshairs not appearing on the exact centre of the map
- 11th November 2013 - Implemented Google Maps API V3
- 21st September 2009 - Removed border around maps for better fit
- 14th January 2009 - Added Unlink Zoom option
- 22nd October 2008 - Added dual control so both maps can be the "driver" and the "passenger". The nearest country also now displays for both maps
- 22nd July 2008 - Latitude and longitude for the centre of each map is now shown. Nearest Country displayed
- 29th November 2007 - Crosshairs added to each map
- 20th September 2007 - Map 2 now starts in the correct place instead of the same location as map 1 until map 1 is moved
- 16th September 2007 - Page Created
Ideas and improvements that are due to be implemented in the future. If you think of any ways of improving this tunnelling tool or spot any bugs, then please get in touch.
- Measure distance between the two points in question to discover the length of the tunnel (request by Baker)
- KML download for each of the two points for use in Google Earth
Previous Comments For This Page
Cool app im in the ocean though bummer
By Jacob on 27/07/2016
Shout out to this website for helping my husband & I settle an argument
By Tana Brickle on 16/07/2016
So, all those stories about digging to China were not true
By Soniana from Poland on 05/07/2016
I love this tool. What a great reference for the non-tech people like myself.
By Johnny on 31/05/2016
Thank you for a useful and enjoyable tool.
By Phroob on 22/05/2016
As well as drilling at 90 degrees to the horizontal plane, where would you come out if facing North and popped out at 45 degrees - so direction facing and degree of incline...
By MJH on 11/05/2016
It's to hard to navigate you should simplify the app
this is just too cool!
By Mike on 20/04/2016
By Chicho on 31/03/2016
I always wondered what was down there
By Aamigos on 12/02/2016
What is the equation?? is it a theory or equation we need to know if that is an accurate test or not ?
does anyone know of a map that shows this side and the other side overlapped ??
By awol on 02/12/2015
Thanks for the feedback. Yes, this was a mistake.
By Free Map Tools on 27/11/2015
The measurements between the elevations states km but is in meters
Hi, which web browser are you using? Could you try a different browser and see if that works?
By Free Map Tools on 13/11/2015
its not showing the maps, what do i do? i tried refrshing it but nothin!
By help!! on 12/11/2015
It's interesting how little of the populated world actually overlaps. Pretty much only Argentina and Indonesia.
Yes, Svalbard has an antipode
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