10 Of The Most Remote Places In The World

Our planet is currently being overburdened by the sheer number of people who are living within the great cities of the world. It is nearly impossible to come across an isolated location when there are over 7.3 billion people living on planet Earth. Sadly, this means a lot of animals and plants have perished because human beings want to expand further into the wilderness. Thankfully, there are a few locations on this planet where there is almost complete silence. Here are ten of the most remote places ever.

Vestmannaeyjar, Iceland

Vestmannaeyjar, Iceland, lies just along the southern coast of the nation. The archipelago is quite beautiful, and only has around 4,000 people living in solitude in this paradise.

La Rinconada, Peru

La Rinconada, Peru, is known for being the area with the highest elevation with human beings living there. The city is over 16,700 feet above sea level, has no plumbing or sanitation, and only boasts a population of about 50,000.