For a truly mind-blowing travel experience, you need to be willing to go the distance.

welcome to MojoTravels, and today we're counting down our picks for the coolest remote destinations to visit in 2021.

Are you a fan of our videos be sure to subscribe to mojo travels and ring the bell to be notified about our latest videos for this list we're visiting some of the most isolated and/or difficult to reach destinations around the world which offer much to travelers in terms of culture and natural appeal long Latvian Norway home to 2368 people this isolated town is the largest of its kind this close to the North Pole most people are unfamiliar with long European by name but it's part of the more recognizable Norwegian archipelago of Spawn bar using the town as a home base travelers can enjoy all that this rugged land of ice fjords and northern greenery has to offer by engaging in some of the local outdoor activities snowmobiling kayaking biking and cross-country are all popular depending on the season because of its remote location and harsh climate Longyearbyen has some rather specific laws these include monthly limits on alcohol a ban on cats and it being mandatory to carry a rifle for protection against polar bears perhaps most notably it's illegal to bury the dead on the island because of permafrost the bodies don't decompose and thus pose a health risk Easter Island Chile this destination requires little introduction but while it's undeniably a popular tourist attraction and likely to be more crowded than other places on our list today that doesn't make it any less remote Easter Island is technically a part of Chile despite lying 2, 182 miles away it's actually located within the same geographic region as Australia and Oceania and serves as the northeastern extremity of the Polynesian triangle historically home to an industrious Polynesian culture Easter Island was reduced to just 111 inhabitants by the late 19th century today its population numbers 7750 but the closest neighboring town of at least 500 people is 1619 miles away so yep it's real remote the starring attraction of Easter Island is of course the collection of moai statues but the landscape is stunning in its own right there are also petroglyphs and caves that provide further insight into the island's mysterious past but I Scotland among the southernmost island of the other Hebrides but is home to 1170 for people unlike throughout most of Scotland here Scottish Gaelic remains a widely spoken language named in honor of Saint Finbar of Cork but I is only accessible via small propeller planes and only at certain times of day the operating hours of the runway are ever-changing being dictated by the tides because bodies airport's runway is actually a stretch of beach that's only exposed at low tide inconvenient maybe but also a result but I boasts one of the most beautiful landing / takeoff experiences of any airport on earth once you're there you're sure to fall under the spell of this remote landscape from the beautiful beaches and rolling green hills to the scenic viewpoints and the charming village of Castle Bay Bob Marshall wilderness Montana encompassing over 1 million acres of land in the state of Montana the Bob Marshall wilderness area is the ultimate American escape named after the co-founder of the Wilderness Society and renowned conservationist the area officially became a protected wilderness space in 1964 what sets it apart from other green spaces like national and state parks is that it is roadless and is legally protected from any such construction this gives it a remote quality rarely seen in America the landscape consists of snow topped mountains dramatic cliffs flower covered metal and dense forests lakes and numerous waterfalls as for permanent residents it's home to bighorn sheep Wolverine Eagles Cougars wolf elk moose mountain goats and more including a sizable population of grizzly bears motor vehicles and bicycles are strictly off-limits but camping hunting and fishing are permitted Madagascar located off the eastern coast of Africa Madagascar is the second largest island nation in the world having split from the gun wanna supercontinent some eighty eight million years ago Madagascar bears many signs of having evolved in isolation from the rest of Africa as evidenced by its distinct flora and fauna one of the most uniquely biodiverse destinations on earth Madagascar is home to a staggering variety of wildlife an estimated 90% of which is exclusive to the island but that's just one among a myriad of appealing reasons to consider making the trip dense tropical jungle sandstone canyons arid desert pristine white sand beaches the landscape is every bit as diverse as the animals you'll encounter but arguably the most iconic attraction is the recognizable bail BAP trees for those looking for a unique remote adventure Madagascar is a great choice marble caves chili we usually like to limit our international lists to one entry per country but considering Easter Island is thousands of miles away from mainland Chile we're making an exception found in the Patagonia region of southern Chile the marble caves look like something out of a sci-fi film or surrealist painting these distinctive rock formations found on general carrera island are the result of thousands of years worth of erosion columns tunnels and caverns abound but three of the most recognizable formations are the cave the chapel and the cathedral because of the mineral makeup of the local rock that surrounds this glacier lake the caves are not only fascinating in terms of shape but color to the reflections of the water further adds to their visual interest general Carrera Lake is located in the heart of Patagonia and is by no means easily accessible but this site is well worth the effort see wha Oasis Egypt an oasis is by definition remote but this isn't just a small watering hole and an accompanying palm tree like in the movies this is a city in the desert first settled all the way back in 10, 000 BCE and with a storied history to match the CYO asus is today home to a population of about 30, 000 people because the surrounding oceans of sand have been historically difficult to traverse sea was culture is distinct from the rest of Egypt not only in terms of the local Berber amaz eared customs but language as well the local dialect c1 is unique to the Oasis and remains the dominant language despite greater connection with the outside world in recent years fed by approximately 200 Springs CYO asus is truly a desert paradise and one of the most highly local travel experiences in the world Pitcairn Islands an overseas territory of the UK located in the South Pacific the Pitcairn Islands make for a trip like no other unlike more popular Island getaways Pitcairn remains almost entirely unspoiled home to only about 50 residents and with no major tourist developments it's the ultimate no-frills Island experience don't expect to be pampered visitors stay with the local residents in their homes and are fully immersed in the history and culture of the island which was originally settled by British mutineers in the mid 18th century the surrounding waters are pristine and stunningly blue the tropical forest is lush and verdant and the night sky is free of pollution the sunsets here are utterly stunning a trip to Pitcairn isn't a beach holiday but it's a travel experience you'll never forget and should you happen to fall in love with the island Pitcairn is always looking for new residents do you agree with our picks check out this other recent clip for mojo travels and be sure to subscribe and ring the bell to be notified about our latest videos.

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