Mar 24 , 2024

10 Most remote places in the world

By True Scoop

Alejandro Selkirk Island (Chile): This small island in the Juan Fernandez archipelago is one of the most remote places.

⁠Tristan da Cunha (United Kingdom): it is considered the most inaccessible inhabited island in the world.

⁠Tepuy Roraima (Venezuela): The Tepuy or Mount Roraima is one of the oldest remote geological formations on Earth.

⁠Rapa Nui (Chile): this is the most famous place on this list of the most remote places in the world.

Alert (Canada): Located about 508 miles away from the North Pole, it is extremely remote.

⁠Ittoqqortoormiit (Greenland): this place is very difficult to visit; it’s only accessible by helicopter or by boat.

⁠La Rinconada (Peru): After being one of the most remote places in the world, it's also the highest city on the planet.

⁠Macquarie Island (Australia): it is located in the southern hemisphere, in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.

⁠Motuo (China): it is a county located atop the Tibetan mountains. It was isolated from the rest of the world until 2013.

⁠Oimiakon (Russia): it is known to be the coldest inhabited place on Earth. It takes two days drive from the nearest town.

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