In these difficult times in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic, many travelers are seeking isolation and less crowded destinations. This is why some unconventional types of tourism are rising in popularity. In the past couple of months, increased interest in adventure and hard-to-reach destinations has been noted. Moreover, pilgrim tourism is rising in popularity. The reason for this is that many monasteries were conveniently built in remote, almost inaccessible places, seeing as monks have always looked for solitude and distance from the hustle and bustle. Even among them, some of the temples are distinguished by the complexity of their location and the difficulty to reach them. In this context, Tourism-Review presents the top 7 isolated monasteries in the world.