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10 of the World’s Most Remote and Isolated Places

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(Video) See Where One Family Went for a Hike and Ended up Lost for 40 Years!!!

If you love getting off the beaten track and really getting away from it all, you’re going to love these destinations! Whether being accessible only by an eight mile hike, or by climbing rocky terrain to enter, you will not believe how isolated these places are.

How do the Faroe Islands appeal with their village of only 25 people, or a town in Peru 18,000 ft above sea level that has no sewerage system, no running water and no paved roads, and the Kerguelen Islands (otherwise affectionately called the “Desolation Islands”) which are accessible only by a six day boat trip? If that’s not isolated enough, then you may want to try your luck in the Siberian Taiga – 62,000 square miles of completely uninhabited forest – one family went for a hike and ended up lost for 40 years!!!

Check out the video below, as it may be the only time you’ll ever get to see these places!…

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