1. Majuli Island
Located in the Brahmaputra River, Majuli Island is the world's largest river island and offers a glimpse into the unique culture of the Mising tribe.
2. Socotra Island
Located off the coast of Yemen, Socotra Island is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to unique flora and fauna found nowhere else in the world.
3. Ibo Island
Located off the coast of Mozambique, Ibo Island is a hidden gem with a rich history of Arab, Portuguese, and African influence.
4. Gough Island
Located in the South Atlantic Ocean, Gough Island is one of the most remote inhabited islands in the world and home to a variety of unique bird species.
5. Palmyra Atoll
Located in the Pacific Ocean, Palmyra Atoll is a protected wildlife refuge and home to a diverse range of marine life.
6. Kerguelen Islands
Located in the southern Indian Ocean, the Kerguelen Islands are a French territory known for their rugged beauty and unique wildlife, including elephant seals and penguins.
7. Tristan da Cunha
Located in the South Atlantic Ocean, Tristan da Cunha is the world's most remote inhabited island and offers a unique glimpse into life in a small, isolated community.
8. Pitcairn Island
Located in the South Pacific, Pitcairn Island is a British territory and home to descendants of the mutineers from the HMS Bounty.
9. Fernando de Noronha
Located off the coast of Brazil, Fernando de Noronha is a remote archipelago known for its stunning beaches and crystal-clear waters.
10. Jan Mayen Island
Located in the Arctic Ocean, Jan Mayen Island is a Norwegian territory known for its rugged beauty and unique wildlife, including Arctic foxes and reindeer.