This Is The Furthest You Can Go On Earth To Get Away From Humans


A lot of people escape the catastrophe that is 2016 in the pub.

But now, as faith in humanity crumbles, a lot of people are looking for an escape from all the other humans who reside in the pub.

RealLifeLore have answered all your prayers and created a travel guide for getting as far away from any other humans as possible.

If you would like to be on land, the furthest and most sparsely populated island is Tristan Da Cunha in the south Atlantic ocean.

It is the most remote place in the world that is actually inhabited by humans, with only 264 people residing there, and only eight boats travelling to and from South Africa per year.


If 264 is still too many people, but you still want land, then Devon Island – located in Baffin Bay off the coast of Canada – is a space as big as Croatia, but with a grand total of zero people on it.

Imagine, you can walk in any direction and there isn’t a single shit opinion or annoying habit to be seen or heard. Bliss.

But if you’re a real misanthropist, and even Devon Island isn’t remote enough for you, then there’s a place, deep in the pacific ocean, called Point Nemo that is furthest away from the rest of humanity you can ever likely achieve (on Earth).

Even the Inland revenue won’t find you at Point Nemo which literally translates as ‘no one’ in Latin. You can sit (in a dinghy) and be truly alone.

Shipping routes don’t even cross it, and the fastest time anyone has reached this truly isolated spot is 15 days, 10 hours, and 37 minutes.

That is a lot of your annual leave just for the journey though… I might just go to the pub instead.