Currently there are so many biomes that the advancement to see them all is one of the most monotonous biomes to obtain. The number of biomes really should not increase if it makes it exponentially harder to find other biomes. Instead, the current biomes should really be a focus, so the world feels alive rather than stretched. This seems too already be the direction that Mojang is going, but I feel that it is an important enough concept that restating it cannot hurt.
I mentioned at the top how the issue is that more biomes would be less of an issue if biomes could be reliably found. One way that could be improved is 'Biome Explorer Maps' like the 'Jungle Explorer Map' mentioned in this thread. This concept could extend to other biomes by using generated structures in various biomes.
Basically, exploration needs to stop being wandering aimlessly hoping to find what you want. On the other hand, some might argue that a waive point straight to a goal is not the best solution, but it is at least something.
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