Pictured: Bouvet Island, the world's most remote island

Bouvet Island is a 19-square-mile chunk of rock and ice that lies 1,600 miles from the nearest permanently inhabited land - South Africa. And 93 per cent of it is covered by a glacier.

Pictured: Bouvet Island, the world's most remote island
Bouvet Island is a 19-square-mile chunk of rock and ice that lies 1,600 miles from the nearest permanently inhabited land - South Africa. And 93 per cent of it is covered by a glacier.