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No One Knew It Existed So Would You Dare Go To This Island?

While most people often fantasize on their next dream vacation, majority would definitely plead guilty on including island hopping among their secret bucket list.

Bernadette Carillo

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While most people often fantasize on their next dream vacation based on their own context of paradise, majority would definitely plead guilty on including island hopping among their secret bucket list.

Although swimming through the vast seas may sound very typical, would you know anyone who would not indulge on its invigorating beauty? The answer is pretty obvious… NONE. Let’s face it, the definition of paradise today has evolved and has relied on the distance and the secrecy. As they say, the more isolated it is to the human civilization, the more interesting it is to backpackers.

To date, much as surreal as it may sound, somewhere in the middle of literally nowhere, bequeaths adventurers a new bliss of exotic yet primitive standard of paradise. With only 62 inhabitants dwelling on the coral-reef-connected islands, the Palmerston Island is yet another treasure waiting to be fully unveiled. Researchers say that the dwellers on this island were descendants of the great Englishman William Marsters who also settled there around 150 years ago .

Meanwhile, as more and more continue to take the first-hand experience on the island’s virgin radiance and charm, many have also expressed their dismay on the said hidden paradise. Among the crucial challenges involved locating the island accurately and having limited access on electricity and water supply. Everything is based on numbers just to manage their keen survival.

Below are the living testaments that these are not just make-beliefs. Just amazingly breath-taking!

This mysterious hidden paradise is literally in the middle of nowhere.

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With a limited number of 62 inhabitants, experts are amazed on the dwellers’ survival.

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Research show that the dwellers are key descendants of the great Englishman William Marsters who is believed to be among the first settlers of the island, 150 years ago.

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It may be parallel to a bracelet but the island is actually a chain of islands that is unanimously known as the Cook Islands.

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Given its outrageous location, voyagers admitted of having difficulties reaching the said island.

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See what this island is made of, coral reefs!

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The distinctive structure of the island makes it inaccessible for air travel.

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This Tiny Island Paradise in the Middle of Nowhere is Looking for People to Move In

Pitcairn is one of the safest remote islands in the world.

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Whenever you feel the pressures of the city life, do you often get lost in reverie hoping that you're relaxing in a beautiful and peaceful remote island?

If you're a wanderlust and you desire some privacy and I mean privacy, you might want to check out this lovely island paradise called Pitcairn.

Pitcairn Islands Group is a British territory consisted of four small volcanic islands namely Ducie, Oeno, Henderson, and Pitcairn. However, only the latter is inhabited by people.

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Thrill-Seekers Can Now Doze in Sleeping Capsules that Hang 400 Ft Above a Sacred Valley in Peru

Would you dare sleep in these capsules?

Mini Malabanan

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Are you bold enough to try sleeping in Skylodge’s transparent luxury capsule?

Although the idea of dozing in transparent pods hanging 400 feet above the ground seems scary, the opportunity to see an impressive 300-degree view of the spectacular Sacred Valley of Cuzco in Peru is inviting enough.

In order to sleep in this one-of-a-kind hotel, travelers must fearlessly climb a 400-foot steel ladder or hike using a zip-wire.

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Traveler Spent 14 Months in 42 Countries and Danced With Thousands Of People

What better way to document your travels than to take a video of yourself dancing with the locals?

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Traveling around the world is one of the most fruitful life goals anyone can have. More than being a tourist, who aims to see beautiful sights, one can truly have a rich experience when he/ she decides to become a true blue traveler, who interacts with the locals and indulges in the country's culture.

In this video we found, Matt Harding traveled to 42 countries in 14 months and danced with thousands of locals as captured on tape. We can really tell that he had the time of his life and it is really inspiring to see an individual truly live and have fun. It is not about the dance, it is about the number of places he had been and the thousands of people he had interacted with that truly matter.

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