Back in 2009 a few researchers from Italy decided to create a map where they could connect the most remote places on earth. The map basically shows that how long it is going to take for a man to reach a place where there are at least 50,000 people. This revealed that the world’s most remote area is the Tibetan Plateau. It takes at least three weeks from there to reach a place where there is at least a population of 50,000 people.
Tristan de Cunha, South Atlantic Ocean
It is a small island located close to the Southern Atlantic Ocean. South Africa, which is the closest land from here, is also 1700 miles away. The maximum population here is of 271 people. These people are either farmers or craftsmen who are only working there for themselves.
This Island is located in the Pacific Ocean. The closest place to this particular Island is the Chilean coast, which is also 2000 miles away. The population in this Island does not cross 4000. This island is famous for its Moai army.
Area 51 is actually a detachment of Edwards Air Force Base which is located in Southern part of Nevada. The primary purpose of this area is to develop, test and experiment certain weapons and aircrafts. It is an extremely hard place to visit and the fact that the US government spoke about its existence in 2003 has raised several conspiracy theories.
Deception Island, Antarctica
This island got its name after a pilot crashed an airplane in the area and asked for help after he found that all the passengers in the plane were dead. It is known as the penguin colony since they are widely seen on the coast present in this area.
Yes, it’s true! The continental United States has made it to the list. There are only 500 residents in the beautiful town of Supai. The only problem to reach Supai is the access. There are no roads that go to Supai; in fact, it is located at the bottom of the Grand Canion.