Lost islands in the United States

Isolated, exotic … did you know that in the USA you can find lost and remote islands? Well yes, America is full of magnificent islands . Some of them can only be accessed by plane or boat, although there are others that are surprisingly closer. In all of them you can rest for a good weekend or who knows if for the rest of your life.

The ancient boreal forests found on Royale Island are home to moose, beavers, lynxes and wolves. Here you can enjoy some impressive hiking trails. Alaska Kodiak may be the second largest island in the US (after the Big Island of Hawaii), but it is largely uninhabited. More than half of the island is made up of the giant Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge , home to the great brown bears.

At the opposite end we find the elegant private island of Florida’s Little Palm Island . Here, in addition to enjoying its beautiful landscapes, you can taste copious meals . On the menu you can find Kobe beef. Daufuskie , near South Carolina, wants to be turned by some into a private island, but the community that lives there does not want that to happen.

Sapelo , off the Georgia coast, stands the test of time. After the Civil War, the mixture of residents of Africa and America came together, giving rise to the " Geechee " culture that still exists today. Do not hesitate to pay a visit to this beautiful island.