The British Overseas Territory of Tristan da Cunha in the middle of the South Atlantic is the world's remotest community.
Take a tour around the Tristan da Cunha Islands by following the links below:
Aerial Tristan Tristan da Cunha photographed from the air
Tristan By Night Photographs of the Tristan da Cunha Islands taken at night
Islands Map Map of the islands and distances to other places
Tristan Map Detailed Tristan Map and Dimensions
Tristan Settlement Separate section with links to Edinburgh's main services
Patches Plain The Potato Patches and surrounding plain
Pigbite A distinctive area reached via the 1961 lava flow
The Base Above the sea cliffs are found the lush lower mountain slopes
The Peak Queen Mary's Peak and its wild surrounds
Peak Climbs Reports and photos of walks to Queen Mary's Peak
Sandy Point At the far east of Tristan lies its warmest and driest location
The Caves Explore the wild south coast of Stony Hill and Caves Peninsula
Inaccessible Island Discover this World Heritage Site
Nightingale Island See the seabird wilderness on the group's oldest islands
Gough Island Second largest of the Tristan Islands and a World Heritage Site
Love Island A special page for romantics