The only machine on the island belongs to the local oligarchy Steve. He and his wife holds the only local bar and cafe Christian's (and here cafe on the island is not unique).
To be hard to reach, in the XXI century the inhabited island is not enough to be removed from the mainland or other islands: a key requirement, of course, the lack of an aerodrome.
Pitcairn Islands (Pitcairn; in the southern Pacific Ocean, population 50 people) - one of the most difficult to visit the countries of the world. Pitcairn, of course, visa-free, but there is no airfield here to go sea 1.5 days from the nearest airport: Gambier archipelago in French Polynesia
Natural beauty, formed by patterns Maldivian reefs on the blue surface of the ocean, impossible to reach, being at the level of the sea - it's almost like looking at the masterpieces in the Louvre, burying his nose in them. Here it is necessary to step back from the picture, rise above it and only divine brushstrokes form a harmonious masterpiece and one atoll does not seem something formless and presents a picture of the hundreds of reefs with round turquoise lagoons and golden beaches.