Top 7 Loneliest Places on Earth That You Can Hardly Visit
♦ Amazing Facts About The World's Loneliest House on Ellidaey Remote Island
We have gone on to compile a list of the top 7 loneliest places on the planet that you might want to give a try!
The most isolated house in the world on Ellidaey Remote island:
Although a growing tourist destination with every passing year, Greenland is still one of the most sparsely populated areas in the world.
It is perennially covered in ice in most parts and is the place to be if you are looking to get lost. It is the least densely populated area in the world with only about 60000 people living in its entire area which exceeds 800000 square miles.
|Greenland - Top 7 Loneliest Places on Earth|
Falkland Islands is located approximately 300 miles off the South American mainland and these islands are still controversial as Britain and Argentina, both have laid claim to it. And another interesting part of this Islands group is that some Islands are still uninhabited and undiscovered.
Located around 300 miles off the South American mainland, this group of islands has a population of around 3000 people.
The only city known as Stanley is the capital of the Falkland Islands and has a majority of the population in it. The islands are somewhat controversial as Argentina and Britain have both laid claim to them.Some islands in the archipelago are still considered as undiscovered and uninhabited. Falkland Islands is certainly a place to be if seeking to go away from the crowds and away from everyone else.
Falkland Islands is the best place to escape from it all!
|Falkland Islands - Top 7 Loneliest Places on Earth|
3.The Gobi Desert -
Only the foolish or the brave dare to tread this hostile desert in Mongolia. The desert has many different terrains and also experiences a wide range of temperatures which also go below the freezing point in seasons. The temperatures are highly extreme in the summers and go equally cold in the winters. It is one of the most extreme terrains there is on the earth and is very lonely in most parts.
A tropical paradise, French Guiana is famous for its squirrel monkeys, they even outnumber humans in this very place!
|The Gobi Desert - Top 7 Loneliest Places on Earth|
Located on the northeast coast of South America, French Guiana is laden with thick forests and endangered species.
|French Guiana - Top 7 Loneliest Places on Earth|
Colonial architecture and plenty of unexplored territory, this off-beaten region of France is a pure delight for those seeking some alone time.
Even French Guiana in France is considered as one of the loneliest place as there live only 3 people per square kilometre. There are more squirrel monkeys here as compared to the people! Many endangered species of animals and birds inhabited this place because of the tropical weather.
5.The Western Sahara Desert
The north western part of Africa is covered by this unrelenting and unforgiving desert area. It is one of the harshest places to be on the planet and it is also among the quietest. It has an area in excess of 250000 square miles and a population of only about 500000 people most of who live in the urban areas of Morocco and Algeria.
The Western Sahara Desert
Besides the sandy desert, it also has a long coastline on the Atlantic Ocean which is an often visited area by tourists and travelers alike.
The 'ice desert' as rightly put, Antarctica is one of the loneliest and driest places on earth. This ice covered landmass is home to over 1000 people and by winters it gets reduced to a mere 200. Researchers and scientists frequent this place to explore this continent of ice.
Apart from the meager number of humans, penguins, albatross, and whales also call this freezing land their home. No matter the conditions, a journey to this continent is a trip of a lifetime.
With floating, gigantic icebergs, and out-of-the-world landscapes - Antarctica is a frozen beauty that is must-see! If you wish to visit this cold, stunning place make sure to travel between November and March - these are the only accessible months!
7.Snake Island (Brazil)
Snake Island or Ilha da Queimada Grande as it is known to locals is one of the most inhospitable islands in the world.
The island is located off the coast of Brazil. It is mostly uninhabited because of the fact that the island is full of snakes. The two main species of snakes that inhabit the island are the Golden Lancehead Viper and the fer de lance vipers which are known to be poisonous as well as highly aggressive.
Only scientists are allowed to visit the island as it is kept off limits to civilians because of the extremely dangerous nature of the island. Indeed, it is among the loneliest places on earth unless you are a snake.
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