Travel Destinations We Rarely See

Last Revised on January 24, 2008

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Do you feel the need to escape the loud place you are currently living at and escape to a destination that will rock your world?
Then look much further than your usual domestic getaways, and head off on a true adventure across the globe to some truly remote locales.

Antarctica: It’s the fifth largest continent, yet it boasts no permanent residents — only field researchers and other hearty types who will brave the coldest, windiest, and driest climate on Earth to conduct their research on everything from plate tectonics to the adaptation and survival of the species which live in this extreme climate.

Attu: The westernmost (and largest) of the Near Islands group of the Aleutian Islands, Attu has the unique claim to fame of being the easternmost point in the United States; it’s a hemispheric thing that’s a bit technical, frankly. Only 20 people inhabit Attu permanently.

Easter Island: It’s one of the most puzzling questions of all time — how the heck did primitive man build those giant stone heads on Easter Island? Despite the fact it is located some 2300 miles from the nearest inhabited land (Chile) Easter Island isn’t all that difficult to get to, with regular commercial air service from LAN Chile Airlines.

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