With climate change, deadly diseases and the threat of nuclear war looming over us all, the future is looking bleak. If the apocalypse ever does arrive, you might have the best chance of survival in one of these locations.
One of the most isolated countries in the world, Iceland is miles away from any kind of global upheaval. Despite the cold, this country has a vast supply of fish in the surrounding seas, thus ensuring that you won’t go hungry.
Tristan Da Cunha
Known as one of the most remote islands in the world, this is a definite safe spot for you to wait out as the wars and apocalypses rage on and burn out in the big countries. The fish in the surrounding Atlantic Ocean will keep you from starving to death.
Remote and heavily equipped with a big U.S. military presence, Guam is a safe, tropical paradise.
If Marc Faber, one of the world’s leading experts on crashes and crises, lives there, you know for sure that it has got to be safe. High up in the mountains, this Thai city is hard to reach and super safe.
Surrounded by mountains and an almost endless supply of oil, Denver is a perfect spot to keep you and your family safe. And, if conspiracy theories are to be believed, you might even find a secret underground bunker hidden under the airport.
With all kinds of apocalypses hovering over us, the gold mines of Puncak Jaya will definitely attract hordes of people who wish to survive. Famous for having the world’s biggest gold mine, this Indonesian summit is hard to reach, making it a perfect zombie-proof abode.
If Russia and America start a nuclear war, it would mostly be the countries in the middle that will be caught in the crossfire. Which would mean that the rest of the world would be comparatively safe. Cape Town is one example of a safe place, nestled away at the base of Africa.
If two World Wars did not get Switzerland to pick sides, the third one probably won’t be any different. The gorgeous city of Bern is one of the best Swiss spots.
If you’re looking for a luxurious hideout, Necker Island is the place to be. Sir Richard Branson’s island retreat offers safety and incredible natural beauty.
Tierra Del Fuego
With the snow-capped mountains, glaciers and wind-swept trees surrounding the archipelago, it will be very hard to find anyone hiding out in Tierra Del Fuego. Known as “End of the World”, this is indeed the safest place for you at the end of the world.
The harsh cold and the rough wilderness will stop anyone from coming to get you in this Canadian region.
The City of Fountains is not just culturally rich, it is also remote with excellent conditions for growing crops when the rest of the world has burned out.
Isle of Lewis
This Scottish island is not only remote and highly fertile, but it’s also the home of some excellent whiskey. What more can you ask for?
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