Wednesday, 1 July 2015

Top 10 Most Remote Places in the World

Thanks to modern technology and air travel, the world is forever becoming a smaller place. Where journeys from one continent to another once took months, they now take hours, and sometimes it seems like there is nowhere left for a would-be adventurer to really get away from it all. Still, if you have the time, money, and know-how, there are still some places off the map—or just barely on it—that remain shrouded in mystery simply by virtue of being really difficult to reach. Whether mining camps at the top of the world, or tiny islands thousands of miles from civilization, the following are the top 10 most remote places left on planet Earth.
10. Easter Island
9. La Rinconada, Peru
8. McMurdo Station, Antarctica
7. Cape York Peninsula, Australia
6. Ittoqqortoormiit, Greenland
5. Kerguelen Islands
4. Pitcairn Island
3. Alert, Nunavut, Canada
2. Motuo County, China
1. Tristan da Cunha

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