Tuesday, September 2, 2014



History sailor got on a desert island, known to every schoolchild. In 1704, the Scottish sailor Alexander Selkirk on his own request was put ashore on the island of Mas a Tierra. On it, he lived for the next 4 years, and his story became the basis for Daniel Defoe's novel "Robinson Crusoe". Decide you now follow the example of the sailor and retire on the island will have to seriously podnapryachsya in search of such land: in 1877 on the island of Mas a Tierra began to reside permanently people, and after 1966 it was renamed Robinson Crusoe Island, on He rushed to the hordes of tourists. Find the earth, where no man has gone before, of course, is unlikely to succeed, but to get acquainted with the pristine nature and visit places isolated from civilization - is feasible. We spotted 10 secluded islands, where even if only for a couple of hours, you can feel the real Robinson Crusoe.

Where: New Zealand

This group of islands, located to the south of the South Island of New Zealand. If someone here once lived, then it happened somewhere in the 13-14 century - that this age archaeologists overall findings from Enderby Island, which, in their opinion, belonged to a Polynesian settlements. At the moment, the island does not have permanent residents, and the only visitors are the territory of scientific expeditions. On the islands are quite harsh climate, and the temperature is kept in the vicinity of markers + 5-7 ° C, in the summer sometimes rising to + 11-15 ° C. But even in such circumstances, it is possible to survive, which confirms the experience of sailors of the late 19th and early 20th century, who repeatedly suffered shipwreck in the area and for a long period inhabited the islands of the archipelago.

Ang Thong
Where: Thailand

Almost untouched nature can be found on the Ang Thong archipelago, which is located about 30 km from the island of Koh Samui. Untouched until it was as long as 40 islands not included in the National Park Mu Ko Ang Thong and began to carry tourists. But in spite of this, all the islands, except for one, remain uninhabited. The population is only on the island of Ko Palu. Live there the sea gypsies who make their living exclusively fishing. So if you decide to settle somewhere here on the island, mainly your occupation will be keeping a diary. And then the diary can not do without. Appointment of Ekofinplast delight not only high-quality performance, stylish design that will be appropriate in any situation. But they will also slice the motherland on a long journey, because the production of the company is located in Moscow. And your record after the publication will become a new best seller for the romantics ...

Pyramid Ball
Where: Australia

The island is located about 20 kilometers south-east of Lord Howe Island. Stone spire height of 562 meters is the remnant of an ancient volcano that formed about 7 million years ago. Pyramid Ball is considered one of the most isolated islands in the world of stone. Since 1965, the island was chosen by climbers. Conquest of top lasted until 1982, while the Australian authorities have not banned climbers visit the island. In 1986, the island was closed to the public at all, and to land on the rock, you need a special permit.

Coconut Island
Where: Costa Rica

A volcanic island in the Pacific Ocean - the most remote and isolated province of Costa Rica. It is located 523 km from its western coast. This piece of wilderness area of ​​24 square kilometers, which filmed some scenes of "Jurassic Park" and the pirates hid their treasure. In order to preserve biological diversity and unique nature of the island did reserve. Although the island is considered to be uninhabited, a few people are still there. Constantly on the island live rangers who look after the park and give visitors permission to go ashore.

Where: Republic of Kiribati

All the islands, with the exception of the largest island in the archipelago of Canton, with a population of 31 people, are uninhabited. After their discovery in the 19th century on the islands for a while was mined guano. Such activities only caused damage to the flora and fauna, and the workers made permanent inhabitants of the island Polynesian rats. In 2008, the island was given the status of a protected conservation area. Now the Phoenix Islands - the world's largest marine reserve area of ​​410 500 square meters. km. In 2010, the island was included in the World Heritage List of UNESCO.

Where: Fiji

Mamanuca group of islands is considered one of the most popular tourist areas in Fiji. The archipelago consists of 20 island, and many of them are located resorts, but a few islands remain uninhabited. This is due mainly to the lack of drinking water sources. The most famous desert island in the group - a tiny Monuriki, which filmed "The Outlaw."

Where: Solomon Islands

The largest uninhabited island in the South Pacific occupies an area of ​​land area of ​​118 square kilometers For many years, lived on the island indigenous population, but nearly 200 years ago, they left him, having moved to the other islands. Now the island is used as a tourist attraction, and for the few who want to stay almost one-on-one with nature here built thatched huts.


Maldives consists of approximately 1,190 coral islands. Approximately 200 of them are inhabited by Maldivians. Another 100 were built luxury hotels. Other islands are uninhabited, which makes it possible to almost every resort offers Desert Island, where guests are transported to a nearby uninhabited island.

Where: Seychelles

It is the second largest atoll in the world after the Christmas Island. Island is a nature reserve of world importance. On an island inhabited by a unique population of giant tortoises. In 1982, the Aldabra atoll was added to UNESCO World Heritage List. The island belongs to one of the few remaining in the world of coral atolls, which is practically not affected by civilization.

Rocky Island
Where: Palau

Islands covered with dense vegetation and air resembling mushrooms, are the main attraction of Palau. They are famous for its beaches and clear blue lagoons. Most of them inhabit only rare birds and animals.

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