Tristan da Cunha is a remote island in the South Atlantic Ocean, considered the most isolated inhabited place on Earth. The island is home to a small community of warm and friendly people who live a simple way of life. Visitors can enjoy hiking to the top of the island’s active volcano or exploring the rugged coastline. The island has unique wildlife, including rockhopper penguins and an endemic species of lobster. Accommodation is limited, but visitors can stay in guesthouses and enjoy fresh seafood caught by the island’s fishermen.