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Bouvet Island

Bouvet Island Halfway between Antarctica and South Africa, this uninhabited island is considered by many to be the most inaccessible island on the planet.

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The 44 Most Wondrous Places to Visit in 2016

Bouvet Island South Atlantic Ocean Bouvet Island, a Norwegian-owned nature reserve sitting in the South Atlantic between Africa, South America and Antartica, which also happens to be known as the most remote location in the world.

The most isolated island in the world, more than 1000 miles from any other land mass. Uninhabited and only approachable by helicopter or raft. Someday I hope to visit.

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from Atlas Obscura

The 44 Most Wondrous Places to Visit in 2016

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Wanderlust-Inspiring Photos of the Most Remote Places on the Planet

This is the most remote island in the world. Norway’s uninhabited Bouvet Island in the South Atlantic Ocean is basically an inactive volcano stuffed with ice and some wintry terrain sprinkled in fancy fungi, lichen, and moss, with snow on top.

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