Greenland is the world's least-densely populated territory with a population of 56,000. It is covered in ice and has a rocky coast. It is a great place to visit if you want to feel like you've left all of humanity behind.
Greenland - 0.03 People Per Square Kilometer
Svalbard and Jan Mayen are two remote, cold islands in the north of Norway with very low populations. Svalbard has a population of 2,667 and Jan Mayen has no population.
Svalbard And Jan Mayen - 0.04 People Per Square Kilometer
The Falkland Islands is a sparsely populated archipelago of 778 islands with a population of 3,398. The islands are hilly and mountainous with a cold, windy, and humid climate.
Falkland Islands - 0.28 People Per Square Kilometer
The Pitcairn Islands are a remote British territory in the South Pacific with a population of 50. The islands are difficult to access and have no landing strip for airplanes.
Pitcairn Islands - 1.06 People Per Square Kilometer
Tristan da Cunha is the most remote inhabited archipelago in the world. It is home to only around 246 people.
Tristan Da Cunha - 1.18 People Per Square Kilometer
Mongolia is one of the world's least densely populated countries. It is bordered by Russia and China and has a cold climate.
Mongolia - 2.04 People Per Square Kilometer
Western Sahara is a sparsely populated desert territory with a population of around half a million.
Western Sahara - 2.13 People Per Square Kilometer
Namibia is a sparsely populated country in Southwestern Africa with a population density of 2.97 people per square km. The country is mostly desert and has a temperate climate.
Namibia - 2.97 People Per Square Kilometer