Pitcairn Island in the Pacific Ocean was made famous by the Bounty’s mutineers, who settled there after ditching Captain Bligh in 1789. It was tough to get there then. It still is.
Brandon is a travel expert, award-winning writer, and the head tour guide on Bravo's Tour Group. He has traveled through over 100 countries, has penned roughly 50 guidebooks for Lonely Planet, and contributes to a variety of magazines including Travel + Leisure and New York magazine. Brandon holds a degree in art history from Harvard University, and currently resides in New York City.
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