Who would have known that time traveling was just a “few” thousand miles away. If you’re wishing for an experience away from 21st-century modernity and stress, then packing for some of the most remote places on Earth is your solution. Don’t expect to get there by plane: Prepare for days of sailing across oceans, hiking high mountains, or diving into deep canyons. And don’t expect to find any supermarkets, Wi-Fi, or even currency there.
Bright Side has listed some of the most isolated destinations so that you’ll be able to have your own personal adventure. And you won’t believe our bonus at the end of the article!
1. Palmerston Island: A family-owned island
Palmerston Island is a coral atoll amid the Cook Islands in the Pacific, discovered by Captain James Cook. He named it after Henry Temple, 2nd Viscount Palmerston.