Adamstown is the only settlement on, and as such, the capital of the Pitcairn Islands. It is located on the Pacific Ocean, in the north-central part of the Pitcairn Islands and very close to Bounty Bay, the one and only port on the island. The hamlet currently holds the record for being the smallest capital of the world, as having a population of 48. It has access to television, satellite internet and a telephone. The only named road in the capital is called “The Hill of Difficulty”.
Alexander Selkirk Island, Chile
Alejandro Selkirk Island, renamed after the sailor Alexander Selkirk, is the second largest and westernmost island of the Juan Fernández archipelago of the Valparaíso Region of Chile. It is situated 145 km (90 mi) west of Robinson Crusoe Island, in the southeastern Pacific Ocean.
Ducie Island, Pitcairn Islands
Ducie Island is an uninhabited atoll in the Pitcairn Islands. The island is composed of four islets: Acadia, Pandora, Westward and Edwards. Despite its sparse vegetation, the atoll is known as the breeding ground of a number of bird species. More than 90% of the world population of Murphy's Petrel nests on Ducie.
Easter Island, in Spanish Isla de Pascua and Rapa Nui also the eponymous local language is Polynesian island located in the Pacific and is a province of Chile. The name Easter Island is due to the Dutch navigator Jacob Rogkeven, who arrived there at Easter 1722. The main species among the existing agricultural crops are potatoes, sugar, tobacco and tropical fruits.
Henderson Island, Pitcairn Islands
Henderson Island is an uninhabited raised coral atoll in the South Pacific Ocean. It is one of the few atolls whose ecosystems have been relatively unaffected by human contact. Apart from five species found bordering the beaches, including coconut palms, the vegetation is undisturbed.
Mangareva, Gabriel Islands
Mangareva is the central and largest island of the Gambier Islands in French Polynesia. The island has a large lagoon 15 miles in diameter containing reefs whose fish and shellfish helped ancient islanders survive much more successfully than on nearby islands with no reefs. Mangarevan People had developed binary system 300 years ahead of Europeans.
Papeete (Tahiti French Poly)
French Polynesia is a group of islands in the Pacific Ocean, part of the French territory. The most famous island of French Polynesia is Tahiti, where is located Papeet. Here you can wonder around and visit on foot all the attractions such as Bougainville Park, the cathedral of Notre Dame, the presidential mansion, the city hall and the papeete market.
Robinson Crusoe Island, Chile
Robinson Crusoe Island is the second largest of the Juan Fernández Islands, situated 670 km west of San Antonio, Chile, in the southeast Pacific Ocean. Robinson Crusoe has the greater population of the two inhabited islands in the archipelago with most of that concentrated in the town of San Juan Bautista at Cumberland Bay on the island's north coast. The island offers the chance to scuba dive with some of the best visibility in Chile (over 20 meters). There's an abundance of marine life, as well as some playful seals.
Motu Vaiamanu, Raivavae, Austral Islands
Motu Vaiamanu is a small uninhabited island near the bigger Raivavae island. This small island is surrounded with azure blue water, white beaches and covered in palm trees. It's a unique experience to travel here and the only thing you have to do is to relax.
Valparaiso is one of the most picturesque ports in the world. The view as you approach from the sea is particularly fascinating because Valparaiso seems to hang on steep precipices. Most of the city is a maze of alleys, winding streets, staircases and funicular lifts called "ascensores"-if you have not climbed to one before, it will be a surprise for you!