The strangest tourist islands around the world

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When it comes to planning a tourist vacation to one of the beautiful islands around the world, famous tourist islands such as Oahu and Maui in Hawaii or Bora Bora in French Polynesia or even the Maldives in the Indian Ocean often come to mind, but the truth is that there are wonderful tourist islands Others around the world, which are not only interesting but unique and you will not find them in the world.

Come with us to get to know a group of unique and distinctive tourist islands from all over the world:

North Sentinel Island:

It is one of the Indian Andaman Islands in the Bay of Bengal and is located 20 miles west of the island of Smith in the Bay of Bengal, and an area of ​​about 28 square miles, the largest part of North Sentinel Island is covered by forests, and the island lives a group of primitive tribes that prefer isolation and non-contact with the government Localities in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands region, which is officially affiliated with North Sentinel Island, so that attempts to penetrate the isolation imposed on the island were met with great hostility from the local population to the point of shooting arrows at boats and helicopters trying to get close to the island. Agreement between the residents of North Island Sentinel local government allows the island to grant semi-autonomy, de facto, as the government began to organize limited trips to the island since the eighties of the last century.

Buffet Island:

It is an uninhabited volcanic island located in the Antarctic region in the South Atlantic Ocean in the territory of Norway, and is completely covered in ice, and most of its coasts are made of steep slopes, which makes landing on the island is very difficult, the closest area to the island of Beauvais, which is described as the most remote place In the world, it is Queen Maud Land in Antarctica, which is a distance of the island of Buffet from 1,100 miles to the south, the island of Buffet was in the past subject to British rule, but Britain ceded the island in favor of Norway, which turned it into a nature reserve, the island of Buffalo completely devoid Of the population and for Be organized tourist trips and it is a favorite tourist destination for adventurers.

Pitcairn Island:

Pitcairn Island is one of the four Pitcairn Islands in the Southern Pacific Ocean and is the last British land of the British Kingdom in the Pacific Ocean, which is about 1300 miles west of Chile. Pitcairn Island is also the only inhabited island among the four Pitcairn Islands with a population of only fifty people It makes it one of the most densely populated areas in the world, and Pitcairn Island, in addition to its production of the best honey in the world, is known as one of the most beautiful natural tourist destinations in the world. It is home to exquisitely beautiful tropical forests where you can see a group of plants that Growth in the island, in addition to the endemic birds and wildlife of the island, and the island is also famous for its virgin sandy beaches and clear waters. Pitcairn Island may not be as popular with Bora Bora Island or the Maldives Islands, but there are many tourist groups that visit it, which applies to the other three islands From the Pitcairn Islands group.

Howland Island:

An uninhabited atoll of the United States of America, approximately 50 miles north of the Pacific equator, which is also about 1700 nautical miles southwest of Honolulu, which makes it about halfway between Hawaii and Australia, Howland is now A nature reserve that organizes tourist trips because of its reputation as the stopping point for Amelia Earhart’s trip around the world, which she never reached after she lost her plane during the trip.

Navasa Island:

An uninhabited island located in the Caribbean, about thirty miles west of Haiti and ninety miles south of Guantanamo Bay in Cuba, the entire coast of the island consists of steep slopes which makes boat mooring on it completely impossible, and that island became dependent on the United States in 1857, the US government undertook extensive mining work on the island for decades before converting it into a nature reserve.

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Navasa Island

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North Sentinel Island is one of the Indian Andaman Islands

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Howland Island is an uninhabited atoll

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Howland Island.

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An uninhabited island located in the Caribbean

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Pitcairn Island.

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Buffet Island is an uninhabited volcanic island located in the Antarctic

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Buffet island

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Pitcairn Island is one of the four Pitcairn Islands in the South Pacific Ocean

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North Sentinel Island

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