15 Smallest Islands in the World That People Actually Live On
This remote Pacific island located over 2,000 miles from the coast of Chile, has become famous because of its giant’s head statues.
Apart from the tourists camping and diving, the only occupants of this island, located off the Thailand coast are sea gypsies living in boats.
Part of the Cooke Islands, the Suwarrow Atoll was only inhabited for 15 years starting in the 50s, by a Hermit from New Zealand. It has gained a reputation as a treasure island as treasures have already been found on it, including chests full of gold coins.
One of 1,864 islands located in the Saint Lawrence River between Canada and the US, this island is just large enough to house the cottage which was built in the 1950s as a weekend retreat.
This island just two and half miles long, located off the coast of Belize in Central America, houses a resort complete with an 18 hole, par 72 golf course.