1. Bouvet Island, Southern Atlantic Ocean
When your closest neighbor, Antarctica, is 1,000 miles away, you know you’re about as far from civilization as you can get. Bouvet is the unequivocal world’s most remote island. No one lives there, and for good reason: the island is almost entirely covered by a glacier.
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