Three millions seals jostle for space among penguins

These island hideaways guarantee an adventure every time


Remote it may be, but this doesn’t stop people from wanting to travel there. Located 1,300 kilometres southeast of Falkland Islands, the islands have seen the likes of Captain James Cook and Sir Ernest Shackleton go ashore. Now you can also enjoy this icy archipelago that see three millions seals jostle for space among penguins.



Just 7,750 people have made Rapa Nui (Easter Island), home. The next port of call after Easter Island is Pitcairn Island, which is 2,000 kilometres away. However, while it may be remote, if you choose to stay here, you don’t have to leave those little luxuries behind. After a hard day’s biking, trekking and and wildlife watching you can just book into the Explora Rapa Nui and enjoy a massage at the eco-chic spa.



Formed by a volcano, this picturesque island in the Galapagos is definitely worth the journey. Snorkel with sea turtles, sharks and rays, or do your wildlife spotting on shore and look out for Galapagos dragons, pink flamingos and Punta Cormorants.



When your neighbour is the North Pole, you know you’re remote. However, this Norwegian archipelago can not only offer showings of the Northern Lights but sightings of polar bears, reindeers and Arctic Foxes.

Polar bear on edge of ice flow preparing to jump in the water. The location is Svalbard (Spitsbergen), north of Norway.

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