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The Pitcairn Islands, officially Pitcairn, Henderson, Ducie, and Oeno Islands, are a group of four volcanic islands in the southern Pacific Ocean that form the sole British Overseas Territory in the Pacific Ocean.

Pitcairn is the least populous national jurisdiction in the world. The Pitcairn Islanders are a biracial ethnic group descended mostly from nine Bounty mutineers and the handful of Tahitians who accompanied them, an event that has been retold in many books and films.

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Exploring Pitcairn Islands | One of the Most Remote Places in the World

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The Pitcairn Islands (/ˈpɪtkɛərn/;[4] Pitkern: Pitkern Ailen), officially Pitcairn, Henderson, Ducie and Oeno Islands,[5][6][7][8] are a group of four volcanic islands in the southern Pacific Ocean that form the sole British Overseas Territory in the Pacific Ocean. The four islands—Pitcairn proper, Henderson, Ducie and Oeno—are scattered across several hundred miles of ocean and have a combined land area of about 18 square miles (47 km2). Henderson Island accounts for 86% of the land area, but only Pitcairn Island is inhabited. The nearest places are Mangareva (of French Polynesia) to the west and Easter Island to the east.

Pitcairn is the least populous national jurisdiction in the world.[9] The Pitcairn Islanders are a biracial ethnic group descended mostly from nine Bounty mutineers and the handful of Tahitians who accompanied them, an event that has been retold in many books and films. This history is still apparent in the surnames of many of the islanders. Today there are approximately 50 permanent inhabitants, originating from four main families.


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Capital of the Pitcairn Islands

Adamstown is the capital of, and only settlement on, the Pitcairn Islands. Adamstown has a population of 50, which is the entire population of the Pitcairn Islands. All the other islands in the group are uninhabited. Adamstown is where most residents eat, drink and sleep, while they grow food in other areas of the island.

The hamlet is the second smallest capital in the world. It has access to television, satellite internet, and a telephone; however, the main means of communication remains the ham radio. According to Google Maps, the only named road in the capital is called The Hill of Difficulty.

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Exploring Pitcairn Island by Drone. Home of the descendants of the mutineers of the HMS Bounty.

Lets go on the first round the island drone flight on Pitcairn Island in the South Pacific. Home of the descendants of the mutineers of the HMS Bounty.  
If you would like to see how I got to Pitcairn Island you can find it here.

By Drone you will visit places on Pitcairn Island like Christians Cave, The Gods, Gudgeon Cave, St Paul's Pool, Ship Landing Point, Bounty Bay and go under water and visit the wreck of the HMS Bounty. We will also see a Humpback whale with her one week old baby.

Pitcairn Islands – Henderson Island's wildlife

Watch the three-part Britain's Treasure Islands documentary series on BBC FOUR, starting Tue 12 Apr 2016 21:00. (repeated Wed 13 Apr 2016 20:00).

Henderson Island is located in the Pitcairn Island group. It lies near to the middle of the Pacific Ocean - the largest ocean on the planet. It is one of the most remote and inaccessible islands on Earth, and remains uninhabited. Due to its isolation it is little impacted by mankind and harbours several unique species of birds that occur nowhere else. Stewart McPherson made a rare visit to Henderson Island, and this film documents the wildlife that he encountered.

Please note: although complementary to the BBC FOUR series, the 40 short mini-documentaries are not commissioned or editorially overseen by BBC.



Overview of the UK Overseas Territories
Filming the Britain’s Treasure Islands TV documentary series
Stewart McPherson’s lecture at the Royal Geographical Society

Mini-documentaries about each of the UK Overseas Territories

Ascension Island – wildlife and heritage
Saint Helena – wildlife and heritage
Tristan da Cunha – wildlife and heritage
Falkland Islands – wildlife and heritage
South Georgia – wildlife and heritage
British Antarctic Territory – wildlife and heritage
British Indian Ocean Territory – wildlife and heritage
Pitcairn Islands – wildlife and heritage
Bermuda – wildlife and heritage
Cayman Islands – wildlife and heritage
British Virgin Islands – wildlife and heritage
Montserrat – wildlife and heritage
Anguilla – wildlife and heritage
Turks and Caicos Islands – wildlife and heritage
Akrotiri and Dhekelia – wildlife and heritage
Gibraltar – wildlife and heritage

Mini-documentaries about specific subjects on particular UK Overseas Territories

Ascension Island – natives and aliens
Ascension Island – supplying the garrison
Saint Helena – wirebird conservation
Saint Helena – plant conservation
Life on Tristan da Cunha – the World’s Most Remote Inhabited Island
Tristan da Cunha – the Monster Mice of Gough Island
Falkland Islands – Jimmy the ex-whaler
British Indian Ocean Territory – coconut crabs
British Indian Ocean Territory – seabirds
British Indian Ocean Territory – underwater
Pitcairn Islands – Henderson Island’s wildlife
Life on Pitcairn Island – home of the descendants of the mutineers from HMS Bounty

Mini-documentaries about systematic wildlife groups across all of the UK Overseas Territories

Terrestrial Invertebrates of the UK Overseas Territories
Amphibians and Reptiles of the UK Overseas Territories
Plants of the UK Overseas Territories
Mammals of the UK Overseas Territories
Birds of the UK Overseas Territories
Marine Life of the UK Overseas Territories

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TOP 10 Places to Visit in Norfolk Island

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Norfolk Island, a tiny Australian island in the South Pacific Ocean, is defined by pine trees and jagged cliffs. Sandy beaches include Emily Bay, with reef-protected waters. Norfolk Island National Park offers views over palm forests from Mt. Pitt. In the capital Kingston, the Norfolk Island Museum traces the island's colourful past. The Kingston and Arthur's Vale Historic Area has a ruined British penal colony.

10. Norfolk Island Cemetary
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08. Kingston Pier
07. Anson Bay
06. Norfolk Island National Park
05. Puppy's Point
04. Captain Cook's Monument
03. Old Kingston Town
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9 Unforgettable Islands Where You Can Live Or Retire And Still Speak English

Have you ever wanted to escape the daily grind? Simply get on a plane and head off to some remote tropical island where you could sit back and enjoy life… It’s not as hard as you might imagine and there are some easy places to choose from. If you’re concerned about learning a new language and having to struggle through your new life then you need not fear! There are plenty of unforgettable islands where you can speak English, just like the locals. Whether you’re interested in the Caribbean, the Mediterranean, or somewhere far off, like Malaysia or Australia, we’ve got an island for you!

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Islas Pitcairn, el país menos poblado del mundo

Las Islas Pitcairn se encuentran en el Pacífico Sur. Allí viven solo 50 personas, por lo que se las considera el territorio menos poblado del mundo.

Sus habitantes se encuentran muy aislados del resto de la humanidad. Están a 480 kilómetros de Mangareva, donde viven otras mil personas. Pero para ir a grandes ciudades tienen que hacer 5000 kilómetros. Esa es la distancia que los separa tanto de Nueva Zelanda como de la costa de Sudamérica.

Las islas son famosas por la forma en la que fueron pobladas. La historia del barco Bounty fue contada en varias producciones de Hollywood.

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7 Islands No One Wants to Buy Even for $1

Do you ever you dream to own a private island? If you do, you'll probably find this information useful. Have you ever heard that there are whole islands out there that you can purchase for a fraction of the typical price? But the real kicker is that nobody wants to buy them! And there're reasons for that.

Have you ever heard, for example, about Japan's Rabbit Island? They began to thrive and multiply on the island after a chemical weapons plant was closed. And these days, thousands of friendly bunnies will greet you if you decide to pay them a visit!

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- For just 80,000 bucks, you can become the owner of not one but six islands situated on Brazil’s Sao Francisco River. But you’ll be subject to small annual taxes.
- Although Little Rocky Island lies in the Atlantic Ocean, neighboring islands protect it from foul weather. There’s no property on the island, but you can build anything you like there!
- Also known as Terrible Tilly, this island’s nickname speaks for itself. Well, it’s not technically an island in the traditional sense, it’s basically a rock with a single lighthouse on it off the coast of Oregon.
- If you have an extra 40K, you can buy a 1-acre island with a view of picturesque Maine. There’s a little cabin on the island, and you can theoretically build some other property there too if you want.
- You could become the owner of a historic private island on one condition: you have to restore the fort situated on it.
- People typically associate private islands with some sort of tropical paradise. But Canada’s McGibbon Island is nothing like that. Perhaps that explains the super low price tag of 30 grand.
- Welcome to a tiny island off the coast of Tasmania, Australia. This offer is open only for couples, and both partners should be equally eager to go to the island.
- Ōkunoshima Island lies approximately 2 miles off the coast of Japan. From 1929 to 1945, there was a chemical weapons plant on the island that produced poisonous gas.
- Dubbed Battleship Island because it looks like an old half-destroyed battleship, Hashima is located about 9 miles away from Nagasaki. From 1887 to 1974, there was a profitable coal mine on the island.
- Located in Venice, Italy, Lazzaretto Nuovo is also open for tourists but home to nobody. In 1468, the island became a quarantine area for ships that approached the city. This move was meant to protect Venice from the plague.
- Jaco Island belongs to the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste. This island looks like the picture of true paradise: lush green trees, crystal blue waters, and white sand. But his place is uninhabitable.

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Pitcairn Island is probably best known as the remote island in the South Pacific,
Pitcairn is the only inhabited island of the Pitcairn Islands Group,
Pitcairn’s current population is less than 50 people, there are many beautiful potential building locations on the island,

Pitcairn in particular has rich volcanic soil and lush vegetation,
The islands are accessible only by sea. A quarterly passenger/supply ship currently provides three voyages each quarter to Pitcairn Island, with up to 12 visitor berths per voyage.. This means the Pitcairn Islands group is among the most remote in the world.

The island enjoys good phone connections and internet service via satellite,
The economy of the Pitcairn Islands is best described as a nano-economy,
The major private revenue generator for Pitcairn is undoubtedly tourism,followed by the sale of Pitcairn’s unique, prize-winning and disease-free honey,
There is no honey in the world to compare with Pitcairn’s honey.

General Store”, run as a government department, with a staff of three,
The items are purchased in New Zealand and sent to the island on the supply ship four times a year.
Only Pulau School provides pre-school and primary education for resident children,

The New Zealand curriculum is taught.
Cyber safety policies are also part of the curriculum. Higher Education from 13 years is usually completed at boarding school in New Zealand.
The Government of Pitcairn Island believes that all children on Pitcairn Island are entitled to live in a safe and nurturing environment.

10 little known islands where you can see wildlife

In the remotest corners of the world, undisturbed by human development, indigenous wildlife thrives on unspoiled islands. The Galápagos Islands have long been lauded for biodiversity and endemism. But there are lesser known outposts, often thousands of miles away from inhabited areas, profuse with wildlife.

Colonies of penguins and seals, strongholds of puffins and albatrosses, mighty bears, howler monkeys and rich marine life are teeming on these islands and the surrounding waters. Those who venture out to them are rewarded with remarkable vistas and exclusivity to encounter rare species. Here are some of the world's wildest islands.

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TOP 10 Places to visit in Cook Islands

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10. Maungapu
At 124 m, Maungapu is the highest point on Aitutaki. A short 30-minute hike to the top affords spectacular views over the lagoon and lush, palm-studded landscape. A sign on the road opposite Paradise Cove marks the trailhead, and the track is marked on the free maps available on the island.

9. Aroa Marine Reserve
Sheltered by the outlying reef on Rarotonga's west coast, the crystal clear waters of the Aroa Marine Reserve are excellent for snorkeling. Parrot fish, Moorish idols, wrasse, and angelfish are just some of the species snorkelers might spot here, and the lagoon is off-limits to motorized boats making it especially safe for swimming and snorkeling with small children. Kayaking is also a popular pursuit.

8. Cook Islands Cultural Village
Encompassing five acres of lush tropical gardens, the Cook Islands Cultural Village gives visitors a feel for traditional island life. Coconut husking, cooking, fishing, dancing, carving, weaving, and Maori bush medicine are just some of the activities visitors can learn about on the Cultural Village Tour. The packages include a meal and dance show.

7. Avarua
Situated on the north coast of Rarotonga, Avarua is the capital of the Cook Islands. This relaxed little town has a friendly feel, and visitors will find shops, restaurants, and several tourist attractions here. On Sunday mornings, the sweet strains of Maori hymns waft from the CICC (Cook Islands Christian Church). Dating from 1853, the church is made of coral, and some of the island's most famous people are buried in its graveyard, including the first prime minister of the Cook Islands. The Cook Islands Library and Museum Society houses a collection of rare books on the Pacific, and the museum offers a glimpse of the cultural history of the islands.

6. Arorangi
Arorangi is a small village on the west side of the island. It was the first missionary village on Rarotonga. Today sightseers can visit the Cook Island Christian Churchdating from 1849 and view a monument to the island's first missionary, Papeiha. Arorangi Beach is a beautiful spot to bask on the sand by day and watch the sun sink into the sea at dusk.

5. Cross Island Walk (The Needle)
The cross-island walk is a great way to explore Rarotonga's lush scenery. The trail leads from the north coast up to the pinnacle rock Te Rua Manga and then via Wigmore's Falls to the south coast. The falls are beautiful after heavy rain with a pool at their base, but the cascades slow to a trickle during the dry season.

4. Titikaveka Beach
On the southwest coast of Rarotonga, pretty Titikaveka Beach and lagoon is one of the island's best areas to swim and snorkel. The water is often so clear that swimmers need only stand in the lagoon to spot colorful fish. Snorkelers will find a plethora of marine life around the many coral heads, and the lagoon is dotted with blue sea stars.

3. Muri Beach
On the southeast coast of Rarotonga, Muri Beach or Muri Lagoon, as it is sometimes called, is one of the most popular and picturesque beaches on the island. Crystal clear shallows stretch into dreamy shades of aquamarine, and snorkelers can see coral and many species of tropical fish. Four offshore islets, called motu, shimmer on the horizon, enhancing the beauty of the area.

2. Tapuaetai (One Foot Island)
Fringed by gently curving coconut palms, beautiful Tapuaetai, or One Foot Island as it is more commonly known, is the most visited of Aitutaki's motu, and for good reason. This stunning island is worthy of most people's wildest tropical fantasies. Beach-lovers can bask on its beautiful white sands, wade and snorkel in the turquoise lagoon, and even get their passport stamped at the tiny post office.

1. Aitutaki Lagoon
Aitutaki's main attraction is the large picture-perfect lagoon with translucent turquoise water. Twenty-one small islands (motu) dot the outer edge of the lagoon, some of which can be visited on cruises or tours. Kayaking is also a great way to explore these tiny islets. The small island of Maina in the southwest corner of the lagoon offers excellent snorkeling opportunities and is home to a beautiful sandbar known as Honeymoon Island.

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Pitcairn Island A walk on the wild side by Tony Probst

I will do almost anything for a photo. This is a shot I always wanted to take off the edge of Ship Landing Point on Pitcairn Island. The rock is about to fall off and it is now recommended to stay off it. A true walk on the wild side. Enjoy.

How to Get Free Land on this Island

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While everyone from Detroit to Italy has offered cheap houses to anyone willing to move there, there is one island with wide-open immigration and free real estate for anyone willing to join their population.

That place: Pitcairn Island.

Anyone can move to Pitcairn Island, but you should know it's in the middle of the ocean. Access to the outside world is limited. But for the Nomad that wants total isolation, peace, and quiet, it's a fun option to consider.


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10 Most ISOLATED Places You Can TRAVEL TO!

Have you ever wanted to get away from it all? To just pack your bags and go somewhere nobody has even heard of? Well luckily for you Destination Tips has got you, with some places so remote you may have trouble getting back!

No, it’s not a typo, this place really exists. Situated on a remote part of Greenland’s coastline, this tiny village has very colorful houses and a population of just 350 people. Travel by boat is only possible in summer when temperatures only just rise above freezing whilst in winter when temperatures drop below 0 degrees Fahrenheit, helicopters are the only way out!

2. Cape York, Australia
It seems odd that Australia should have isolated areas but actually, most of the country is a barren wilderness. Cape York is mostly untouched rain forests and savannas and has a tropical and monsoonal climate so an offroad is essential for transport but can only be used in the dry season.

3. La Rinconada, Peru.
Located on the top of a mountain at around 17,000ft above sea level, La Rinconada is always cold, with summer temperatures barely getting above freezing. The gold mine attracted people to the area and with a population of 30,000, it is the highest permanent settlement in the world.

4. Longyearbyen, Norway
Also known as Longyear town it gets its name from John Munro Longyear who started coal mining operations here in 1906. In summer off-road cars can be used but in winter, snowmobiles are needed, so much so that Longyearbyen actually has more snowmobiles the residents.

5. Kerguelen islands
These remote islands are located in the Antarctic and are subject to high winds and rough seas all year round, it’s no surprise then that they are also known as the desolation islands too. It has no airports and the only way to leave is via boat with the nearest permanently populated location being Madagascar, 2,100 MILES AWAY!

6. Pitcairn Island
Situated in the south pacific sea almost equidistant between Peru and New Zealand this volcanic island is home for around 50 people. The only way to get there is by ship and then by longboat because it only has one shallow harbor and the remaining shoreline is jagged rocks.

7. Bouvet Island
Hailed the most remote island in the world, it is at least 1000 miles away from any other island. The only place to land on the island was created by a rock slide in the 1950's and is now home to a weather station. Considering that 93%of the island is covered by glacier it’s no wonder it’s uninhabited.

8. Oymyakon, Russia
Oymyakon is one of the world’s coldest permanently inhabited settlements. The lowest temperature recorded there was -89.9 degrees Fahrenheit whilst the highest was 94 degrees Fahrenheit making it one of the five places on earth to have a 180-degree temperature range.

9. Devon Island
With an area of 21,331 square miles, it’s the largest uninhabited island on the earth and is home to the Haughton impact crater which measures 14 miles in diameter and was created by a meteorite about a mile in diameter. Its Mars-like surface has attracted scientists as well as NASA’s Haughton-Mars project.

10. Tritan Da Cunha
The most remote inhabited archipelago in the world, Tristan is only accessible by boat, which from Cape Town South Africa, takes 6 days. So if you’re thinking of spending a couple of weeks visiting don’t forget to allow for 12 days' travel time!

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Journey to Pitcairn Island home of the descendants of Mutiny on the Bounty. Tahiti, Tuamotus,

Few journeys today are as exciting as the destination. The rare exception is the romantic and exciting trip to Pitcairn Island. In this expedition we explore the exotic island of Tahiti, go into the center of Tahiti where few venture. We retrace the voyage of Captain Bligh and the HMS Bounty famous for the greatest maritime story of all time, the Mutiny on the Bounty. We will also see the most incredible photographs of the island of Moorea that lies only 10 miles from Tahiti.

Part 2 of our expedition is through the Tuamotus showcasing numerous atolls and some of the most beautiful tropical coral reefs in the world.
Part 3 is exploring the island of Mangareva in the Gambier Islands visiting the Tahitian pearl farms and seeing the most incredible Tahitian pearls in the world. And a little behind the scenes with Julian McDonnell (Joolz Guide) of Take me to Pitcairn fame.
We will witness a gorgeous sunset at sea and the rarely see green flash.

Part 4 is the exciting ocean voyage from the Gambier Islands to Pitcairn Island via Oeno Atoll. We will travel on the Claymore 2, the 67-foot racing yacht the Xplore and the yacht Southern Cross Julian McDonnell and I sailed on while Julian filmed Take me to Pitcairn. Our story will end arriving at Pitcairn Island.For those that make it to the end will see vintage Pitcairn Island photos dating back to the year 1890.

If you would like to see the island of Pitcairn please watch Exploring Pitcairn Island by drone or a few other Pitcairn Island videos I have posted.


The two things most would think of when they hear the word cities are tall buildings and lots of people. However, there are cities in the world with very small populations. 10 Cities with The Smallest Population in The World is a must-see on the bucket list of things to do. Let’s look at 10 great places to visit

1. Hum, Croatia
Hum is a very cute name for a town and this one was recorded to have a population of only 30 people as of 2011.

2. Adamstown, Pitcairn Islands
What is special about Adamstown is that is not only the capital of the Pitcairn Islands. it is the only settlement on the Pitcairn Islands. The entire population is around 50 people.

3. St Asaph, Wales
Here is a less insanely small population but it still stands as Britain's second-smallest city with a population of around 3000.

4. St David’s, Wales
Beating St. Asaph as Britain's smallest city is St. David’s. The tiny city has 1,600 residents and is built around a gorgeous cathedral.

5. Vatican City, Italy
It looks like it houses many people but looks can be deceiving. Vatican City has a population of about one thousand people. It is an independent city-state.

6. Ngerulmud Palau
The capital of Palau is one of the least populated capitals in the world with only about 400 people living in the area.

7. Funafuti Tuvalu
The main island and capital city of Tuvalu may not be a big surprise if you already know that it is one of the world's smallest democracies. The entire nation only has a population of 10,000.

8. San Marino San Marino
San Marino is a micro-state that is surrounded by Italy. The city has a population of about 4000 people. It is beautiful and has a lot of visitors every year since it sits atop Mt. Titano with an amazing view.

9. Vaduz, Liechtenstein
The capital city of Liechtenstein houses about 5,000 residents. Its most prominent landmark is its castle Vaduz Castle.

10. Opatowiec, Poland
In 2006 this tiny city has been recorded to have a population of about 338 people. Like much of Poland the history of the town is very long and interesting.

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