Pitcairn Islands are basically a group of four volcanic islands, which are a British Overseas Territory, including Pitcairn, Oeno, Henderson and Ducie. Located in the southern Pacific Ocean, these islands are spread over an area of 18 sq miles, with the capital town of Adamstown. Pitcairn is the second largest with 2 miles of area, inhabiting just a total of around fifty people, which are descended from mutineers of HMAV Bounty and Tahitian people.
Polynesians were the first settlers of the Pitcairn Islands for several centuries, which were believed to have settled in the 15th century, until they were explored by the Europeans. Administrative headquarters of these islands are in Auckland New Zealand. These are the most remote islands in the World, offering several interesting tourist attractions, including the Christian's Cave, Cave of Skeletons, Ecosystem of Henderson Island and Blowhole in Henderson Island, Natural arches, Petroglyphs and Submarine springs.