Bouvet Island

Bouvet Island is volcanic and has high cliffs on all sides (created by high waves over thousands of years). 90% of its area is covered by glaciers (ice).

The climate is cold and does not change much, with an average of +1 °C in the warmest month, and −3 °C in the coldest. There are penguins, sea birds and seals on the island.

Bouvet Island is an uninhabited subantarctic volcanic island located in the South Atlantic Ocean, and it is a dependency of Norway. Their currency is Norwegian krone(NOK). 

They celebrate many holidays including: 

It has no world heritage site and national park.

Want to learn more? Check out Bouvet Island’s tourism website!

Fun activities to do

To download the flag and map:

  1. Click on the image
  2. Right-click and select Save Image As…

Also try making a postcard and it’s stamp! Try filling in your suitcase for the trip!