Hermit Life

This might sound crazy but I'm willing to explore my options

Where can I live a hermit life? It needs to have an environment where a human can survive.

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  1. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    ...earth? Just pick a frickin wilderness and there you go.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      just frick off my thread

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      Whitehorse, Yukon or Yellowknife, Northern Territories

      Maybe any bumfrick nowhere town in the Outback in Australia (what I’ve been considering)

      What’s cool is Whitehorse, Canada is the “city” with the record for least air pollution. Population is like19-20K people only so could be a good place to hide away

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        Sorry, meant to reply to OP

        https://i.imgur.com/v0D5GcI.jpg

        This might sound crazy but I'm willing to explore my options

        Where can I live a hermit life? It needs to have an environment where a human can survive.

        I’ve lived in a massive city for 24-25 years of the 29 I’ve lived and I’m just ready to be in a cabin with internet. Maybe a dog. I think it would be cool to transform into some Aussie redneck and just dick around with an ATV, throw rocks at kangaroos, and hide from the sun most of the day, drink a shitload of beer and post nonsense to this Kazakh Crooked Stop Signs Spotting forum

        • 11 months ago
          Anonymous

          Thanks for the rec man. 29 years old as well. Never even considered Australia ty for the rec not bad at all.

          Though the fact that it's a first world country kinda ruins the fun maybe

          Good luck on your journey as well if you decide to wing it

          • 11 months ago
            Anonymous

            Then go to Tasmania or eastern Australia

  2. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Temperate climate
    South atlantic
    Patagonia
    ulisuhia
    Tasmania
    Fakland
    Namibia
    northern south africa
    East coast Russia
    Kamchatka
    Pretty much like 50% of Canada
    Alaska
    Center, Finland, Norway or sweden
    Australia

    >Tropical
    Madasacar
    Sehcyllas
    New Caldonia
    Oceania
    Congo
    Kenya plains
    Northern Australia
    Eastern Indonesia
    Southern Philippines

    South Atlantic is your best beat, pic rel

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      Ty ty gonna look into the Kenya plains that sounds interesting

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        It's a natural reserve I Think, so you kinda have to be a tour guide.

        If you want plains and really REALLY want to be a hermit. Go to Northern Namibia.
        Namibia is one of the or the less population dense countries

        • 11 months ago
          Anonymous

          >Northern Namibia.
          I think this was the recommendation I was looking for. Plenty of food around and a few water reservoirs would be around. Exotic, far away And no people. This rec is the real deal

        • 11 months ago
          Anonymous

          Just looked at some videos of Northern Namibia. This looks like paradise. If I continue exploring this option this will be the place. Most appreciated broski. Biggest issue seems malaria and snake venom. But those are not impossible obstacles

  3. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Used to think a lot about doing this in Sardinia; lots of wide open tracts of wilderness there with caves and iron age towers to live in. The forest isn't lush and green but there's plenty of wild food and the climate is great.
    I snapped this photo of a genuine hermit yurt; I couldn't believe how remote this guy was living. Crystal clear stream below his garden, view of the sunset, he had it all

  4. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    do you actually have any money to buy some land or are you looking for somewhere you can just squat?

    The problem with some countries is that it will take a lot for the locals to accept you.

    There was a really boring TV show called 'No Going Back' in the early 2000s about people who moved abroad to start new lives, suddenly out of the blue there was an explosive episode about a family the bought and island in Nicaragua. The locals didn't accept these white people coming and taking land, so they'd get raided and eventually got kidnapped in the middle of the night, managing to escape by throwing petrol over the boat which then burnt the husband. He ended up dying shortly afterwards, but his wife refused to leave. No idea what happened to her, but I bet she got fricked by a lot of black dudes. She took legal action so it's hard to find the documentary now.

    Obviously an extreme example, but you do have to consider whether people will leave you alone and not see you as a rich white people they can try to steal from. If you're a hermit then you're an easy target.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      > you do have to consider whether people will leave you alone and not see you as a rich white people they can try to steal from. If you're a hermit then you're an easy target.
      You should have similar, albeit slightly different, concerns about being a hermit in your own home country (like the USA). Nearby Boomers and yuppies owning their vacation homes in the rural areas wont just accept some guy living in his RV or yurt on a neighboring property. I have dealt with these people and they take VERY keen interest in looking at what their neighbors do with their properties (all yuppies and boomers care about is muh property value and muh who is in da neighborhood). They will even use drones (this is not an impossible obstacle to overcome but be aware they use this). Also they blatantly trespass. They WILL report you in a heart eat if they dont like you, and they will teport you over and over again to get you out. Gangstalking tier bullshit not unlike the nicaragua example this anon gave (but not as directly violent, obviously) is possible.

      This is why if you really want to be safe as a hermit you should be aware of your surrounding population, maybe build underground, i dunno. Or live way, way out. But then you have to deal with natural dangers like weather. Which honestly is easier to deal with than yuppies and boomer homosexuals.

  5. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    The very best way to live the hermit life is on a sailboat no doubt. Take it out to one of the many uninhabited islands (make sure they are truly not visited by people) and set yourself up. I already have a bugout spot just in case anything ever happens and I have to bail and have nowhere else to go. Stocked with supplied and a small livable structure. Took me a couole months to build. I started looking for places in 2020 right before the pandemic.

    Trying to leg it in the true continental forests I think is too difficult, too many hikers and people fricking around there. Plus the winters get too brutal and theres usually no sunlight if you’re in the areas with few enough people. Although maybe you could do it in a foreign country like south africa. IDK. Im not experienced with that.

  6. 11 months ago
    Based Non Fantasizer King

    You'll never do it. Keep fantasizing bro. Lol.

  7. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    digital nomad it up

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