Meet 8 Not So Popular Islands in the World
Our plant is an interesting place where the famous things gets boring with the time. In this article youramazingplaces.com is going to present you 8 islands on Earth that are not so polular but they are beautiful and are worth to be written about them.
The Cook Islands is an island country in the South Pacific Ocean. It is located in the heart of French Polynesia and American Samoa. The islands here are not touched by the fast and dynamic world. Honestly, here is perfect for relaxation, peace and silence.
Niihau is one of the islands in Hawaii where you can enjoy the Hawaiian spirit. Here you can admire the natural beauties and the kid and hospital people. The colorful landscapes, warm tropical climate and fantastic beaches will win your attention on the first look.
Bouvet is uninhabited island in the South Atlantic Ocean. Almost all of its territory is covered with thick snow layer. This island is discovered in 1739 and is under Norwegian jurisdiction.
Pitcairn Island is discovered in 1790, and this island one of the most far away islands in the world. This island has a lot of drinking water and ideal climate, but there is no airport. The only way to get here is by boat so the way to here will be long.
Easter Island, Chile
The Easter Island in Chile has a triangle shape, area of 163.6 square kilometers and a population of 3791 people. 3304 of those live in the capital city of Hanga Roa. It is the most popular for the many monumental statues, called moai. These heads can be found on the coast of the island. In 1988 the whole island is listed as UNESCO natural heritage.
Spitsbergen, Svalbard, Norway
This is one of the islands where you won’t need different kind of swimsuits but you should take many coats. The cold weather won’t decrease the beauties you can find here.
This small island is not inhabited and for the first time it became famous is during the casting of the movie “Cast Away” with Tom Hanks in which he had the leading role. Today this island is real tourist attraction, and here people can swim and dive in the crystal clear waters.
Navassa Island, Caribbean Sea
Located in between Haiti and Jamaica, this uninhabited island is one of the most beautiful in the world. Even though many people fought for it during the time, it was first discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1504.
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