- Many of the world’s most isolated places are home to small towns with fascinating histories and cultures.
- Some can only be accessed by boat or plane.
- Here are 20 remote places that people live in, and that are worth the long trek.
If you’re looking to avoid touristy spots for your next vacation, you might want to try visiting one of the most isolated places on Earth — some of which can only be accessed by boat or plane.
A number of these remote locations feature gorgeous tropical climates, while others require braving Arctic temperatures or relentless deserts. The adventure is yours to choose.
Here are 20 of the most remote places on Earth that some people call home.
Tristan da Cunha, British Overseas Territory
The volcanic island of Tristan da Cunha in the South Atlantic boasts a population of 258 people with only nine different last names.