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DESCRIPTIONHave you ever thought of lying doggo in the place where nobody can find you? Have you got bored of travelling to mainstream destinations? Is the avid traveller inside you, challenging you to lead the roads less travelled? Then we skimmed some of the remotest destinations across the world just for you. Don’t think much, just pack your bag, put some cash and take off till it become a passing fancy. Here is our compilation of world’s remotest places-
Ten Most Remote Places in the World
Have you ever thought of lying doggo in the place where nobody can find you?
Have you got bored of travelling to mainstream destinations?
Is the avid traveller inside you, challenging you to lead the roads less
Then we skimmed some of the remotest destinations across the world
just for you.
Dont think much, just pack your bag, put some cash and take off till it become a passing fancy.
Here is our compilation of worlds remotest places-
For a solace lover, Oymyakon is a paradise, but it is damn cold there -cold
enough to freeze you.
Named after Oymyakon River, Oymyakon is a small, quaint village in the Oymyakonsky district of the Sakha Republic, Russia which boasts a
population of about 521.
Known for its bone chilling winters, it holds the record for the lowest recorded temperature for any permanently inhabited location at 69.2 C on earth.
You need to carry lot of warm stuff along with you before setting the wheels in
Weird, abnormal, out of the world and wonderful are what defines Socotra
A glimpse of Socotra Island is enough to challenge your notion that you are on the earth and adequate to support the claims of being the most
alien-looking place on Earth.
Inhabited by 40, 000 people it is isolated from the rest of the world and is the home to most bizarre flora across the world.
This place gives you an illusion that you are in animated world and takes
you on a crazy ride that you will never forget. It definitely goanna drive you wild.
Tristan da Cunha, South Atlantic Ocean
Located in the Southern Atlantic Ocean, Tristan da Cunha is an
archipelago of Small Island.
Crowned with permanent cover of white cloud, it is the single most
inhabited places in the world.
Rises out of the ocean, Tristan has a rich historic past.
Discovered in 1506 by a Portuguese explorer, it has a total population of
271 people at present all engaged in farming and craft making.
Being isolated from the rest of the world and its unusual topography does
not support any conventional method of transportation and is accessible through boats only.
Motuo County, China
Perfect combo of serene nature and well-preserved zoology, Motuo County, which literally means flowers in Tibetan language, opens the door
for unending adventure and thrill.
Secluded and untouched by the latest development, Motuo County is a
small community in the Tibetan Autonomous Region.
True to its literal meaning, Mouto, one of the most mysterious areas of Tibet houses one-tenth of all flora in China and is regarded as the holiest
land of Tibet.
Well, travel to Mouto will squeeze all your patience as the whole turf
consists of laborious landscapes, frozen paths, unexpected glacier and wetlands.
Pitcairn Island, South Pacific
Pitcairn is an absolute wonder. Getting to this tiny speck in the middle
of the South Pacific Ocean is no less than the adventure of Gulliver travel.
Inhabited by a population of about fifty people only, most of whom are direct descendants of crew members who were involved in a mutiny
aboard the HMS Bounty in 1789; this place is among the rarest visited destinations.
There is only one paved way for the people and no signage is there to
Deprived of all the basic transportation facilities, getting there is a
herculean task which requires you to hopping a ride on a boat.
Go and Explore Ittoqqortoormiit in the vastness of the tundra. Of all the
towns in Greenland, Ittoqqorttoormiit is the remotest place located on the islands eastern shore of Iceland.
Unlike any other town of Greenland, reaching Ittoqqortoormiit is an
adventure in itself. Located next to the worlds largest and deepest multi-branched Fjord system and a special basalt rock formation.
It has a population of around 500 people. The sea surrounding
Ittoqqortoormiit remains frozen for most of the year with only three months available for tourists to access town by boat. Well, there is an
airport some 25 miles away but there is no regular flight.
Once covered with the lush green trees and relatively barren land, today
Easter Island is a bonanza for adventure and history seekers.
Famous for its massive rock sculptures called Moai that adorned its beach, Easter is a tiny island located around 2000 miles west of the Chilean
Home to around 4000 people this relatively small island, measuring nearly
seventy square miles in size is perfect for getting lost in the vastness of the Pacific Ocean.
This archeological site with stone head sprout out of the earth is intriguing, historically rich and culturally vivid.
McMurdo Station, Antarctica
With no native inhabitants expect few research centres, Antarctica is the
place worth calling the most remote places on the earth.
Located on the Ross Island near the northern tip of the continent, McMurdo Station, relatively frozen station is the largest international
station that sheltered as many as 1200 scientists during summers.
Since McMurdo is far from the major city, it is one of the most secluded locations on this planet but, not as difficult to access as there are three
airstrips that facilitate a smooth travel, however sudden weather changes
are counting factor.
Cape York, Peninsula
Next destination that make on our list is Cape York, Peninsula- a huge expanse located on the Australian northern tip still untouched by modern
Here you would see the different face of Australia with aboriginal tribes,
pristine natural marvels and culture.
Close to nature and almost underdeveloped, this region has a population of only 18,000 people making it among the most isolated and
adventurous destinations of Australia.
For the mountaineers Concordia, Pakistan is must to include in their travel
The amazing Sights of the Concordia (Karakoram), Pakistan would behold you with its spectacular and majestic mountain ranges.
Nestled right on the border between Pakistan and China, Concordia
houses the worlds four (2500 ft+) highest mountains peaks.
There are only fourteen highest mountains in the world.
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