Most remote places on earth
Are you the one who is drawn towards the exciting and remote locations in the world? If yes, then there are many travelers just like you who love to explore the places which are less crowded, less visited, and are highly remote preserved with beauty.
What a great moment and experience it would be to visit the untouched habitats, lifestyle, and beautiful locations. Doesn’t it sound interesting?
Get ready to learn and discover more about these places where most of the fellow travelers haven’t visited- the most remote places on earth.
- Tristan da Cunha, United Kingdom
It is one of the most remote locations on the earth and is reachable by 7 days boat ride. It has a population of less than 300 and has no restaurants, hotels, or even airports. It is over 2000 miles away from South America and 1700 miles away from South Africa.
- Motuo, Tibet
Located in Tibet, it is the hidden gem on earth and is completely lush green. It is not accessible through roads as well and locals are largely dependent on cotton, soybean, and farming paddy.
The only way to reach this location is through a trek for four days.
- McMurdo Station, Antarctica
Antarctica is one of the most difficult places to live in the world. With no original inhabitants of its own, it is very tough to survive here. The only visitors in this location are scientists, military members, or artists. McMurdo Station is located at the southern tip of Ross Island and is one of the most remote places on earth.
- Ittoqqortoormiit, Greenland
Located in Greenland, this town has approximately 400-450 residents. Naturally, home to seals, walrus, polar bears, and Arctic foxes, it is one of the most remote places on Earth. It was discovered in the year 1925 and offers kayaking experiences to tourists.
- Barrow, Alaska
Can you believe, this place stays in dark for over 65 days? Yes, when the sun sets on the Barrow of Alaska, it remains below the horizon almost dark for over two months. Population in this region is less approximately 4,000 and the average high temperature remains below zero. Due to harsh climate and its location, town remains isolated for a long period and is not easily accessible by road.
- Palmerston, Cook Islands
It is famously known as the island at the end of the Earth. It is a small, tiny pacific island and is considered one of the most isolated island communities in the world. It has a population of 62 inhabitants and it is not easy to reach here. It takes approximately 9 days to reach via a boat from Tahiti!
- Easter Island
Easter Island is part of Chile, but its ancient culture stands apart from any other land. This island is filled with large stones which are carved in shaped of heads. This location is reachable by flights from Santiago, Chile.
These are some of the most mind boggling remote places on our planet earth that they are sometimes easily forgotten by the rest of the world.
Exploring these beautiful locations is a unique and rewarding experience in itself. In our globalized world we are all the time surrounded with big buildings, cities and urban culture that we actually forget how beautiful it is to be surrounded with nature, greenery, waterfalls, rivers and lots more.
Luckily, our planet still has some of the amazing spots in the world that are untouched by human presence and are filled with pristine beauty, calmness and freshness.