Pitcairn Island – Located in Pacific Ocean is made up of four islands, only tiny Pitcairn – just two miles long and one-mile wide – is permanently occupied by a population of around 50 people. Its neighboring is Tahiti, 1,350 miles away, and Panama, at a distance of 4,100 miles. They are described as “a must-see for adventurous travellers” seeking inaccessible destinations. Tourism plays a main role on Pitcairn giving locals 80% of their annual income. Tourists stay with local families and get knowledge of the island’s history while paying to the local economy.