Heaven is a place on earth…

They are rare beauty ecosystems or protected wetlands, and they are offered for exploration and definitely for peace and relaxation. These isolated islands that have remained intact from all kinds of human interventions and activities are really close to what we call heaven. From the bays of Mexico to the coasts of Japan and from Hawaii to Australia scattered in seas and oceans, there are uninhabited islands that are earthly paradises.

Okunoshima, Japan

Okunoshima Island is located just off the coast of Japan and is inhabited only by rabbits. Human life is unknown there, as for a long time from 1929 to 1945; the area was a “storehouse” for the chemical weapons of the Japanese imperial army.

Jaco, East Timor, Asia

Jaco Island is considered a sacred place, as no one has ever settled permanently in the area. Tourists have the opportunity to camp on the island, while daily excursions and guided tours are also allowed. Guests are transported to the island with the local fishermen’s boats and can snorkel or dive. You can enjoy the sandy beaches and explore the wild populations of birds and other animals that have found shelter in the area.

Sumba, Indonesia

This island is one of the most beautiful ones in the complex of Indonesia. Do dare to swim into the crystal clear waters of Nihiwatu and feel blessed for being at this wonderful place. You can prefer the Komodo accommodation and have a daily tour at Sumba.

Clipperton, Mexico

Clipperton Island is located on the south of Mexico and west of Guatemala. It is a coral reef that often extracts guano. At the time of the civil war in Mexico in 1914, residents could not obtain the necessary reserves for their survival and their living conditions were particularly adverse.

Mamanuca Islands, Fiji

The island complex Mamanuca consists of more than 20 islands, which originated from the volcanic eruption of the island of Fiji. They are an important tourist attraction, even though most of these islands are still uninhabited, mainly due to the lack of natural water sources.

Palmyra, Hawaii

Approximately 1,600 km from Hawaii, Palmyra Island, belongs to the US. Because of its isolated position, the island remains “untouched” and “indestructible” by human interventions. Here you will meet the ruins of a landing strip for aircraft that remains apparently abandoned and untapped as early as the Second World War.

Tree, South China Sea

Undoubted property, Tree Island, is located in the southern China Sea and remains uninhabited. It belongs to the Paracel island complex, and is under the control of the Chinese province of Hainan. However, objections to the control jurisdiction in the region are projected by Vietnam and Taiwan. Guests can visit the island on leave. The “inhabitants” of the island are only military forces. Do not expect to have many leisure options: There is only one volleyball court, and if you love history, you can take a tour of the ruins of a temple dating from the time of the Ming Dynasty.

Auckland, New Zealand

The Auckland Islands (an island of 8 islands) belong geographically to the island complex of the New Zealand sub-Saharan islands and are uninhabited. Morphologically, their terrain is characterized by the cliffs and steep cliffs. Scholars have come to the conclusion that the islands were created in the 13th century and have since been abandoned. The islands were re-discovered in 1806 but to this day they remain desolate.

Mu Ko Ang Thong, Thailand

The Mu Ko Ang Thong Island complex, comprising about 40 islands and bordering the Gulf of Thailand. Most islands of the cluster remain uninhabited and uninhabited. They are covered by dense vegetation and vast tropical forests, while their endless sandy beaches are impressive. If it reminds you of a movie scene, you probably have a good memory and observation, as the shooting of the movie hit “The Beach,” starring Leonardo di Caprio.

Cocos, Costa Rica

The island of Cocos is off the coast of Costa Rica. Large in size and uninhabited, reminiscent of real jungle. To visit it, you need to get a special permit from the guards of the Costa Rican parks (they are the only ones allowed to go to the island). This is an ideal destination for those who love diving and general adventure, since you can take part … in the treasure hunt. It is speculated that Cocos Island was the main source of inspiration for Nublar Island, the science fiction film Jurassic Park.