The Most Dangerous Remote Islands On Earth
ILAHA DA ISLAND
Given me a ILAHA DA I’m out is only 33 kilometers off the coast of Brazil it is the least remote of all of the island covered here. Nonetheless if you found yourself marooned on its shores we bet you’d want to get off as quickly as possible. that’s because this island is inhabited by the golden lace head hit viper. This snake is venomous and thousands of them inhabit the island in fact some studies suggest that on average there is at least one viper per square meter. The island nicknamed Snake Island is thankfully closed to the public for the protection of the snakes and people.
The most remote uninhabited island on the planet, these volcanic lenders can be found 1,700 kilometers north of Antarctica and 2,600 kilometers southwest of South Africa smack dab in the middle of nowhere. There are no dangerous animals in this case you’re covered rock. Where the danger comes from is the inhospitable weather earthquakes and the fact that you get into any sort of trouble rescue is a long way off. There are no reports and no air strips on BOUVET so the most reliable way to get onto this desolate island is my ship launched Helicopter.
MIYAKE – JIMA
located 180 kilometers south of Tokyo, Japan, this small island definitely qualifies as dangerous. Miyake Jima is like many other smaller islands found around Japan, only with one significant difference. Sure like other islands it was formed by volcanic activity, but in the case of Miyake Jima the volcano is still very dangerous. In recent history the island volcano has erupted several times. The most recent eruption was in 2005 and since residents are forced to carry on gas masks because of the poisonous sulfur dioxide gas that continues to be emitted.
Located 460 kilometers west of Great Britain Rockall is A remote and barren islands less than 800 square meters in size. As its name suggests it’s pretty much a giant rock sitting in the middle of a rather inhospitable Atlantic Ocean.
it would be impossible to live on the site any permanent fashion thanks to the notorious Atlantic whether an inability to grow anything edible. People have tried to set up camp with longest duration of stay being around a month and a half long. in fact Rockall is so remote it has such a harsh environment that has been said that more people have been to the moon in this tiny little rock formation in the Atlantic.
In the Central Pacific Ocean off on the Marshall Islands which is made up of a number of Atolls including Bikini. Now when you hear a name like Bikini Atoll you probably think warm water nice beaches and a great tourist destination. Not so much. The weather may be fantastic but thanks to nuclear testing in the 1940’s this island is uninhabitable and remains dangerously radioactive. The original inhabitants were all moved to other islands in Bikini is now home to a few caretakers who look after the facilities and monitor the radiation.
When you’re also known as the desolation islands you know you qualify as remote. Located in the southern Indian Ocean this French territory looks like it’s from another planet. Its cold experiences high winds are surrounded by water that is almost always rough. It’s home to some French researchers and scientists but nobody really lives there. We imagine if you tried the weather would eventually kill you. If not any type of serious emergency likely would give it a six day trip by boat from the Reunion Island. The closest inhabited land.
TRISTAN DA CUNHA
Home to just a few hundred inhabitants, Tristan Da Cunha is one of the most remote inhabited islands on earth. Its closest inhabited neighbor is the island of st. Helena located nearly 2,000 kilometers away. If you’re looking for mainland South Africa is nearly 2,400 kilometers to the east. This volcanic island has only one flat and suitable spot for living on the northern side which is where the 300 documents can be found. So there’s no airfield any supplies or medical relief comes in the form of ships which can take several days to reach this very isolated island.
In the South Pacific as part of the expansive collection of Ireland’s notice French Polynesia. You can find the paradise of NUKU HIVA. You may think that a few small villages in an airstrip island in very remote or dangerous. But do not be fooled. NUKU HIVA is a hilly and mountainous island covered in forests. It is also home to tribes which at one point practiced cannibalism. In 2011 German tourist stuff on ramen disappeared in the forest. Nobody knew what happened until some remains in scraps of clothing turned up. It is believed that he was eaten by a group of indigenous people who supposedly had given the practice many years earlier.
Located 130 kilometers from great brands mainland, ST. Kilda is composed of four islands. The islands are home to any violent natives dangerous animals are radioactivity. Instead the sheer power of the Atlantic and overall harshest of the climate make this place too dangerous and difficult to living. In fact the seas are often too rough to fish meaning if you wanna try to live here, you better like eating birds because there are a lot of them. People have lived here for hundreds of years but the environment was just too hard to live in and in 1930 all inhabitants were evacuated to the mainland.
NORTH SENTINEL ISLAND
If there was ever an island that you would want to steer clear of it is north central island found in the Bay of Bengal. Part of the Andaman Islands this particular island’s remote and very dangerous outsiders. That’s because North sentinels inhabited by a tribe of indigenous peoples who don’t want any outsiders visiting. In 2006 to unlucky fisherman were killed when they came ashore. Attempts to communicate with the Islanders have been met with aggression and the Indian government has pretty much given up on trying to establish communication with its inhabitants.
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