15 Strange islands of the world

There are islands on this world which is hard to believe exists which are. Let’s see them all…

Ball’s Pyramid

 Ball’s Pyramid is an erosional remnant of a shield volcano and caldera in the Pacific Ocean, 20 kilometers southeast of Lord Howe Island. It is the tallest volcanic stack in the world, standing 562 meters tall and measuring only 1,100 meters long and 300 meters across.


 Ōkunoshima is a small island in Japan’s Inland Sea. It is considered to be a part of the city of Takehara in the prefecture of Hiroshima. It can be reached by ferry from Tadanoumi and Mishima. On the island, there are campsites, walking trails, and historical sites. Because of the numerous feral rabbits that roam the island, it is often referred to as Usagi Shima (, “Rabbit Island”). The rabbits are quite friendly and will approach humans.

Christmas Island

Christmas Island is an Australian territory in the Indian Ocean, south of the Indonesian island of Java. The majority of the 135-square-kilometer island is protected as a national park, with rainforest hikes to wetlands and waterfalls like Hugh’s Dale. Nesting seabirds and the red crab, a land species known for its late-fall migration to the sea, are among the native wildlife. The island is surrounded by snorkeling and diving reefs.

The Rotating Island

This island in Argentina is mysteriously rotating during seasons. Scientists have predicted that due to the currents of water that happens.


Migingo is a 2,000-square-metre (0.49-acre; 0.20-hectare) Lake Victoria island. The island, which is extremely densely populated, was the site of a low-level territorial dispute between Kenya and Uganda.

The World Islands

The World Islands (Arabic: Juzur al-lam) is an archipelago of small artificial islands built in the shape of a world map in the Persian Gulf, 4.0 kilometers (2.5 miles) off the coast of Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The World Islands, one of several artificial island developments in Dubai, are made primarily of sand dredged from Dubai’s shallow coastal waters. Inventive+ paraphrase The World’s developer is Nakheel Properties, and the project was originally conceived by Dubai’s ruler, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. The building was completed by two Dutch (joint venture) specialist companies, Van Oord and Boskalis. The Palm Jumeirah was built by the same companies.

The hidden rainbow

This Island in Mauritius is full of colors and looks very mysterious and amazing.

Litla Dimun, Foroe Islands

Lítla Dímun is a small, uninhabited island in the Faroe Islands located between the islands of Suuroy and Stóra Dímun. It is the smallest of the main 18 islands, with an area of less than a square kilometer, and the only one that is uninhabited. From the villages of Hvalba and Sandvik, the island can be seen.

Vulcan Point

Vulcan Point Island, also known as Vulcan Point, was a small rocky island located within Main Crater Lake. Apart from an unnamed Canadian island located within Victoria Island, it was one of only a few islands in a lake on an island in the world.  Formalized paraphrase It protruded from the surface of Main Crater Lake, a relic of the old crater floor surrounded by the lake.

Sable Islands

Sable Island is a small Canadian island located in the North Atlantic Ocean about 300 kilometers southeast of Halifax, Nova Scotia, and about 175 kilometers southeast of the closest point of mainland Nova Scotia.

Jonsvatnet Lake

Jonsvatnet is a lake in Trndelag county, Norway. The majority of the lake is located in the municipality of Trondheim, with only a small portion of the shoreline belonging to the municipality of Malvik. The lake is the city of Trondheim’s primary source of drinking water.

Underground Island, Salina Turda

Salina Turda is a salt mine in Turda’s Durgău-Valea Sărată neighborhood, the second-largest city in Cluj County, northwest Romania. The Salina Turda mine, which opened to tourists in 1992, was visited by approximately 618,000 Romanian and foreign tourists in 2017.

Runit Island

Runit Island is one of 40 islands that make up the Marshall Islands’ Enewetak Atoll in the Pacific Ocean. The island is the location of a radioactive waste repository left by the US after a series of nuclear tests on Enewetak Atoll between 1946 and 1958.

Floating Island

A floating island is a mass of floating aquatic plants, mud, and peat with thicknesses ranging from a few centimeters to a few meters. Floating islands are a common natural phenomenon found all over the world. They are less common as a man-made phenomenon. Floating islands are typically found on marshlands, lakes, and other wetland areas, and can be several hectares in size.

Monuriki Island

Monuriki is a small, uninhabited island off the coast of Viti Levu in the Fiji Islands, Melanesia, in the South Pacific Ocean. Monuriki is an Atolls island and is related to a group of three islets in the larger group of islands known as the Mamanuca Islands.

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