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The least visited places on the planet

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1 The Chesterfield Islands: There are only two characters that have reached this place in the New Caledonia archipelago among the coral seas. It is a structure 120 km long and 70 km wide with a total of 11 islands surrounded by coral reefs.

2. Tromelin Island: On this island about 300 kilometers east of Madagascar, only three travelers have arrived. It consists of French colonial territory and its administration is disputed by Mauritius and Seychelles.

3. Agalega Islands: Four are the travelers who put their feet in this place formed by two contiguous islands. They are located about 1,000 kilometers north of the Mauritius.

4. Bounty Islands: There are also four adventurers who entered this conglomerate of 13 granite rocks. They are found in the Pacific Ocean and are managed by New Zealand. It is inhabited by men although penguins abound much more. The islands are inscribed in the patrimony register of humanity by Unesco.

5. Europa Island: Curious name for an island that is located between Mozambique and Madagascar. Here four travelers arrived at its 22 kilometers of coastline without a port. Its name comes from an English ship that anchored on the island with the intention of colonizing it and remains of an attempt that eventually failed.

6. Glorious Islands: This is a group of two islands and eight rocks that are in the Mozambique Channel. Seychelles, Madagascar and the Comoro Islands are disputed for their territory.Only four travelers have set foot in it.

7. Juan de Nova Island: It is also called Saint-Christophe and it is another tropical island inside the Mozambique Channel. It is a total of 4.4 kilometers long on a completely flat terrain. Only four members of MTP stepped on the place.

8. Kermadec Islands: These are four Polynesian islands in southern New Zealand and belonging to the same country.

9. Kure Island: This island is located northwest of Hawaii and consists of a circular formation of about 10 square kilometers surrounded by reefs.

10. Antipode Islands: Five travelers have set foot on these volcanic islands in southern New Zealand. They consist of a large island of about 60 square kilometers and a few islets around it created by seismic formations. The set of volcanic islands is in the list of UNESCO declared as a world heritage site.

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