The largest of four islands Pitcairn is the only inhabited island and is home to under fifty people who can all trace their legacy back to the mutineers.
This British Overseas Territory in the South Pacific is just five square kilometres. Covered in lush tropical vegetation the island is ringed by steep cliffs that drop vertically into miles and miles of surrounding ocean.
Finding a way onto the islands is difficult and not for the fainthearted since no plane or helicopter has ever landed here and there is no mooring for ships. Once on the island you’ll travel the interior by quad bike. Kayak, fish, birdwatch, snorkel to the wreck of the HMS Bounty and just enjoy the isolation.