Remote Island That Is Almost Impossible To Reach (But You Have a Chance!)


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Remote Island That Is Almost Impossible To Reach (But You Have a Chance!)



Bouvet is an uninhabited frozen isle halfway between South Africa and Antarctica. It’s the most remote island in the world and is really difficult to set foot on. It’s surrounded by glacial cliffs and the best way to reach it is actually by a helicopter to land directly on its icy surface. Let’s head on a journey right to this exciting place!

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  1. North Sentinel Island reminds me a lot of the Island of the Final Resting Place of Dragons from How To Train Your Dragon-
    Anyone else think the latter is based on the North Sentinel Island?

  2. Tu-va-lu, is how the islands name is pronounced.
    Pitcairn Island, is isolated, & has no companion islands.
    Since when have the British Isles, been in the southern Hemisphere – bet you the cartographers are yet to find out, unless it's a "state secret".