List of islands by highest point

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This is a list of islands in the world ordered by their highest point. It includes all islands with peaks higher than 2,000 m. Non-insular (continental) landmasses are included for comparison.

Countries and territories listed are those containing the highest point; other countries and territories on the same landmass are listed separately.

Continental landmasses[edit]

Rank Continental land mass Highest point Height (meters/feet) Country or territory containing highest point
1 Afro-Eurasia Mount Everest 8,848 m (29,029 ft)    Nepal,  China
2 Americas Aconcagua 6,962 m (22,841 ft)  Argentina
3 Antarctica Vinson Massif 4,892 m (16,050 ft) None
4 Australia Mount Kosciuszko 2,228 m (7,310 ft)  Australia

Islands with highest points over 2,000 m[edit]

Rank Island Highest point Height (meters/feet) Country or territory containing highest point Other countries or territories on island
1 New Guinea Puncak Jaya 4,884 m (16,024 ft)  Indonesia  Papua New Guinea
2 Hawaii Mauna Kea 4,205 m (13,796 ft)  United States
3 Borneo Mount Kinabalu 4,095 m (13,435 ft)  Malaysia  Brunei,  Indonesia
4 Taiwan Jade Mountain (Yu Shan) 3,952 m (12,966 ft)  Republic of China (Taiwan)
5 Sumatra Mount Kerinci 3,805 m (12,484 ft)  Indonesia
6 Ross Island Mount Erebus 3,794 m (12,448 ft) None – Antarctica, claimed by  New Zealand
7 Honshū Mount Fuji 3,776 m (12,388 ft)  Japan
8 Lombok Mount Rinjani 3,726 m (12,224 ft)  Indonesia
9 South Island Aoraki/Mount Cook 3,724 m (12,218 ft)  New Zealand
10 Tenerife Teide 3,718 m (12,198 ft)  Spain
11 Greenland Gunnbjørnsfjeld 3,694 m (12,119 ft)  Greenland
12 Java Semeru 3,676 m (12,060 ft)  Indonesia
13 Sulawesi Bulu Rantemario 3,478 m (11,411 ft)  Indonesia
14 Sicily Mount Etna 3,326 m (10,912 ft)  Italy
15 Siple Island Mount Siple 3,110 m (10,203 ft) None – Antarctica
16 Hispaniola Pico Duarte 3,098 m (10,164 ft)  Dominican Republic  Haiti
17 Réunion Piton des Neiges 3,070 m (10,072 ft) Réunion, overseas department of  France
18 Maui Haleakala 3,055 m (10,023 ft)  United States
19 Bali Mount Agung 3,031 m (9,944 ft)  Indonesia
20 Seram Gunung Binaiya 3,027 m (9,931 ft)  Indonesia
21 Bioko Pico Basilé 3,011 m (9,879 ft)  Equatorial Guinea
22 Alexander Island Mount Stephenson 2,987 m (9,800 ft) None – Antarctica
23 Timor Gunung Tata Mailau 2,963 m (9,721 ft)  Timor-Leste  Indonesia
24 Mindanao Mount Apo 2,954 m (9,692 ft)  Philippines
25 South Georgia Mount Paget 2,934 m (9,626 ft)  South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands, overseas territory of the  United Kingdom (claimed by  Argentina)
26 Luzon Mount Pulag 2,922 m (9,587 ft)  Philippines
27 Madagascar Maromokotro 2,876 m (9,436 ft)  Madagascar
28 Unimak Island, Alaska Mount Shishaldin 2,869 m (9,413 ft)  United States
29 Fogo Mount Fogo 2,829 m (9,281 ft)  Cape Verde
30 North Island Mount Ruapehu 2,797 m (9,177 ft)  New Zealand
31 Anvers Island Mount Francais 2,760 m (9,055 ft) None – Antarctica
32 Heard Island Mawson Peak 2,745 m (9,006 ft) Heard Island and McDonald Islands, territory of  Australia
33 Sumbawa Mount Tambora 2,722 m (8,930 ft)  Indonesia
34 Bougainville Mount Balbi 2,715 m (8,907 ft)  Papua New Guinea
35 Corsica Monte Cinto 2,706 m (8,878 ft)  France
36 Buru Mount Kapalatmada 2,700 m (8,858 ft)  Indonesia
37 Ellesmere Island Barbeau Peak 2,616 m (8,583 ft)  Canada
38 Mindoro Mount Halcón 2,582 m (8,471 ft)  Philippines
39 Tierra del Fuego Monte Darwin 2,580 m (8,465 ft)  Chile  Argentina
40 Goodenough Island Mount Vineuo 2,536 m (8,320 ft)  Papua New Guinea
41 Sri Lanka Pidurutalagala 2,524 m (8,281 ft)  Sri Lanka
42 Brabant Island Mount Parry 2,520 m (8,268 ft) None – Antarctica
43 Crete Mount Ida 2,456 m (8,058 ft)  Greece
44 Negros Kanlaon 2,435 m (7,989 ft)  Philippines
45 La Palma Roque de los Muchachos 2,423 m (7,949 ft)  Spain
46 Flores Poco Mandasawu 2,370 m (7,776 ft)  Indonesia
47 Grande Comore Mount Karthala 2,361 m (7,746 ft)  Comoros
48 Pico Island, Azores Ponta do Pico 2,351 m (7,713 ft)  Portugal
49 Atlasov Island, Kuril Islands Alaid Volcano 2,339 m (7,674 ft)  Russia
50 New Britain Mount Ulawun 2,334 m (7,657 ft)  Papua New Guinea
51 Guadalcanal Mount Popomanaseu 2,332 m (7,651 ft)  Solomon Islands
52 Adelaide Island Mount Gaudry 2,315 m (7,595 ft) None – Antarctica
53 Clarence Island Mount Irving 2,300 m (7,546 ft) None – Antarctica
54 Hokkaidō Asahidake 2,290 m (7,513 ft)  Japan
55 Jan Mayen Beerenberg 2,277 m (7,470 ft)  Norway
56 Jamaica Blue Mountain Peak 2,256 m (7,402 ft)  Jamaica
57 Tahiti Mount Orohena 2,241 m (7,352 ft)  French Polynesia, dependent territory of  France
58 Axel Heiberg Island Outlook Peak 2,210 m (7,251 ft)  Canada
59 Milne Land St. Thomas Lund Peak 2,200 m (7,218 ft)+  Greenland
60 Vancouver Island Golden Hinde 2,195 m (7,201 ft)  Canada
61 New Ireland Lambel 2,150 m (7,054 ft)  Papua New Guinea
62 Baffin Island Mount Odin 2,147 m (7,044 ft)  Canada
63 Panay Mount Madia-as 2,117 m (6,946 ft)  Philippines
64 Bacan Buku Sibela 2,111 m (6,926 ft)  Indonesia
65 Iceland Hvannadalshnúkur 2,110 m (6,923 ft)  Iceland
66 Upernivik Island Palup Qaqa 2,105 m (6,906 ft)  Greenland
67 Smith Island Mount Foster 2,105 m (6,906 ft) None – Antarctica
68 Umnak Mount Vsevidof 2,103 m (6,900 ft)  United States
69 Palawan Island Mount Mantalingahan 2,085 m (6,841 ft)  Philippines
70 Fergusson Island Othona Peak 2,073 m (6,801 ft)  Papua New Guinea
71 Tristan da Cunha Queen Mary's Peak 2,062 m (6,765 ft)  Tristan da Cunha, part of  Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha, an overseas territory of the  United Kingdom
72 Teresa Island Birch Mountain 2,059 m (6,755 ft)  Canada
73 Sibuyan Island Mount Guiting-Guiting 2,057 m (6,749 ft)  Philippines
74 Unalaska Island Mount Makushin 2,036 m (6,680 ft)  United States
75 São Tomé Pico de São Tomé 2,024 m (6,640 ft)  São Tomé and Príncipe

Other notable island mountains[edit]

Many of the following islands are selected for inclusion as the main island or having the highest peak in their island nation. The list includes some dependent or semi-dependent island overseas territories with their own ISO 3166-1 country code. Note that the dependencies of Guernsey (Alderney, Sark, Herm) and St. Helena (Tristan da Cunha, Ascension Island) are listed as separate units.

Nevis (Saint Kitts-Nevis) is also listed separately. Note also that the islands of the former Netherlands Antilles (Aruba, Curaçao, Bonaire, Saint Martin, Sint Eustatius, Saba) have been split up in separate units.

The list also includes other notable islands, for example some islands that are the largest island mountain of its country or autonomous region.

Island Highest point Height (meters/feet) Country or territory containing highest point Other countries or territories on island
Coulman Island Hawkes Heights 1,998 m (6,555 ft) None – Antarctica, claimed by  New Zealand
Shikoku Mount Ishizuchi 1,982 m (6,503 ft)  Japan
Santo Antão Topo da Coroa 1,979 m (6,493 ft)  Cape Verde
Cuba Pico Turquino 1,975 m (6,480 ft)  Cuba
Cyprus Mount Olympus (Cyprus) 1,952 m (6,404 ft)  Cyprus Akrotiri and Dhekelia,  United Kingdom sovereign base areas[1]
Jeju Mount Halla 1,950 m (6,398 ft)  South Korea
Gran Canaria Pico de Las Nieves 1,949 m (6,394 ft)  Spain
Yakushima Mount Miyanoura 1,935 m (6,348 ft)  Japan
Espiritu Santo Mount Tabwemasana 1,877 m (6,158 ft)  Vanuatu
Madeira Pico Ruivo 1,862 m (6,109 ft)  Madeira, autonomous region of  Portugal
Savai'i Silisili 1,858 m (6,096 ft)  Samoa
Kerguelen Island Mont Ross 1,850 m (6,070 ft)  French Southern and Antarctic Lands, overseas territory of  France
Hainan Wuzhi Shan 1,840 m (6,037 ft)  China
Sardinia Punta la Marmora 1,834 m (6,017 ft)  Sardinia, autonomous region of  Italy
Kyūshū Mount Nakadake (Mount Kujū) 1,791 m (5,876 ft)  Japan
Peter I Island Lars Christensen Peak 1,755 m (5,758 ft) None – Antarctica, claimed by  Norway
Euboea Mount Dirphys 1,745 m (5,725 ft)  Greece
Spitsbergen Newtontoppen 1,713 m (5,620 ft) Svalbard, dependent territory of  Norway
Isabela Island Volcán Wolf 1,707 m (5,600 ft)  Ecuador (Galapagos Islands)
Sturge Island (Balleny Islands) Brown Peak 1,705 m (5,594 ft) None – Antarctica, claimed by  New Zealand
New Caledonia Mont Panié 1,628 m (5,341 ft) New Caledonia, overseas territory of  France
Cephalonia Mount Ainos 1,628 m (5,341 ft)  Greece
Tasmania Mount Ossa 1,617 m (5,305 ft)  Australia
Samothrace Mount Fengari 1,611 m (5,285 ft)  Greece
Ometepe Concepción 1,580 m (5,184 ft)  Nicaragua
Socotra unnamed point in the Haghier Mountains 1,503 m (4,931 ft)  Yemen
Basse-Terre La Grande Soufrière 1,467 m (4,813 ft)  Guadeloupe, overseas department of  France
Dominica Morne Diablotins 1,447 m (4,747 ft)  Dominica
Majorca Puig Major 1,445 m (4,741 ft)  Spain
Samos Kerkis 1,434 m (4,705 ft)  Greece
São Sebastião Island Pico de São Sebastião 1,378 m (4,521 ft)  Brazil
Martinique Montagne Pelée 1,397 m (4,583 ft)  Martinique, overseas department of  France
Great Britain Ben Nevis 1,344 m (4,409 ft)  United Kingdom (Scotland)
Puerto Rico Cerro de Punta 1,338 m (4,390 ft)  Puerto Rico, organized unincorporated territory of the  United States
Viti Levu Tomanivi 1,324 m (4,344 ft)  Fiji
Saint Vincent Soufrière 1,324 m (4,344 ft)  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Angel de la Guarda unnamed point 1,305 m (4,281 ft)  Mexico
Chios Mount Pelineon 1,297 m (4,255 ft)  Greece
Andørja Langlitinden 1,277 m (4,190 ft)  Norway
Marion Island Mascarin Peak 1,230 m (4,035 ft)  South Africa
Rhodes Mount Attavyros 1,216 m (3,990 ft)  Greece
Karpathos Mount Lastos 1,215 m (3,986 ft)  Greece
Thasos Mount Ypsario (Ipsario) 1,205 m (3,953 ft)  Greece
Uummannaq Island Uummannaq 1,170 m (3,839 ft)  Greenland
Lefkada Mount Stavrota 1,158 m (3,799 ft)  Greece
Saint Kitts Mount Liamuiga 1,156 m (3,793 ft)  Saint Kitts and Nevis
Icaria Mount Aetheras (Pramnos) 1,041 m (3,415 ft)  Greece
Ireland Carrauntoohil 1,038 m (3,406 ft)  Ireland  United Kingdom (Northern Ireland)
Kao Kao 1,033 m (3,389 ft)  Tonga
Ilha Grande Pico da Pedra D'Água 1,031 m (3,383 ft)  Brazil
Naxos Mount Zeus 1,001 m (3,284 ft)  Greece
Andros Mount Petalo 994 m (3,261 ft)  Greece
Skye Sgurr Alasdair 992 m (3,255 ft)  United Kingdom (Scotland)
Stewart Island/Rakiura Mount Anglem 979 m (3,212 ft)  New Zealand
Nevis Nevis Peak 985 m (3,232 ft)  Nevis, autonomous island of  Saint Kitts and Nevis
Mull Ben More (Mull) 966 m (3,169 ft)  United Kingdom (Scotland)
Agrihan unnamed location 965 m (3,166 ft)  Northern Mariana Islands, commonwealth in political union with the  United States
Ta'u Lata Mountain 964 m (3,163 ft)  American Samoa, unincorporated territory of the  United States
Margarita Island Cerro el Copey 957 m (3,140 ft)  Venezuela
Saint Lucia Mount Gimie 950 m (3,117 ft)  Saint Lucia
Trinidad El Cerro del Aripo 940 m (3,084 ft)  Trinidad and Tobago
Lantau Island Lantau Peak 934 m (3,064 ft)  Hong Kong, special administrative region of  China
Montserrat Chances Peak 914 m (2,999 ft)  Montserrat, overseas territory of the  United Kingdom
Mahé Mome Seychellois 905 m (2,969 ft)  Seychelles
Saba Mount Scenery 887 m (2,910 ft)  Saba, island of the  Netherlands
Eysturoy Slættaratindur 882 m (2,894 ft)  Faroe Islands, autonomous region of  Denmark
Isle of Arran Goat Fell 874 m (2,867 ft)  United Kingdom (Scotland)
Ascension Island Green Mountain 859 m (2,818 ft) Ascension Island, part of  Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha, an overseas territory of the  United Kingdom
Zadetkyi Kyun unnamed point 852 m (2,795 ft)  Burma
Grenada Mount Saint Catherine 840 m (2,756 ft)  Grenada
Penang Island Penang Hill 833 m (2,733 ft)  Malaysia
Mauritius Piton de la Petite Rivière Noire 828 m (2,717 ft)  Mauritius
Saint Helena Diana's Peak 818 m (2,684 ft) Saint Helena, part of  Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha, overseas territory of the  United Kingdom
Newfoundland The Cabox, Lewis Hills 814 m (2,671 ft)  Canada (Newfoundland and Labrador)
Rùm Askival 812 m (2,664 ft)  United Kingdom (Scotland)
Lewis and Harris Clisham 799 m (2,621 ft)  United Kingdom (Scotland)
Pohnpei Totolom 791 m (2,595 ft)  Federated States of Micronesia
Jura, Scotland Beinn an Òir 785 m (2,575 ft)  United Kingdom (Scotland)
Bouvet Island Olavtoppen 780 m (2,559 ft)  Norway
Brač Sveti Vid 778 m (2,552 ft)  Croatia
Ko Chang Khao Salak Phet 743 m (2,438 ft)  Thailand
North Andaman Saddle Peak 738 m (2,421 ft)  India
Isla de los Estados Montes Bove 823 m (2,700 ft)  Argentina
D'Urville Island Attempt Hill 726 m (2,382 ft)  New Zealand
East Falkland Mount Usborne 705 m (2,313 ft)  Falkland Islands, overseas territory of the  United Kingdom (claimed by  Argentina)
West Falkland Mount Adam 700 m (2,297 ft)  Falkland Islands, overseas territory of the  United Kingdom (claimed by  Argentina)
Marmara Island İlyas Tepe (Radar Tepe) 699 m (2,293 ft)  Turkey
Cocos Island Cerro Iglesias 671 m (2,201 ft)  Costa Rica
Mayotte Benara 660 m (2,165 ft)  Mayotte, overseas collectivity of  France
Rarotonga Te Manga 652 m (2,139 ft)  Cook Islands, self-governing state in free association with  New Zealand
Trindade Island Pico Desejado 640 m (2,100 ft)  Brazil
Ko Samui Khao Pom 635 m (2,083 ft)  Thailand
Isle of Man Snaefell 621 m (2,037 ft)  Isle of Man, British crown dependency
Great Barrier Island Mount Hobson 621 m (2,037 ft)  New Zealand
Sint Eustatius The Quill 602 m (1,975 ft)  Sint Eustatius, island of the  Netherlands
Lord Howe Island Ball's Pyramid 562 m (1,844 ft)  Australia
Hong Kong Island Victoria Peak 552 m (1,811 ft)  Hong Kong, special administrative region of  China
Sinmi-do Unjongsan 532 m (1,745 ft)  North Korea
Ko Phuket Khao Mai Thao Sip Song 529 m (1,736 ft)  Thailand
Tiran Island unnamed point 525 m (1,722 ft)  Saudi Arabia
Futuna Island Mont Puke 524 m (1,719 ft)  Wallis and Futuna, overseas territory of  France
Tortola Mount Sage 521 m (1,709 ft)  British Virgin Islands, overseas territory of the  United Kingdom
Conchagüita Volcan Conchagüita 505 m (1,657 ft)  El Salvador
Islay Beinn Bheigier 491 m (1,611 ft)  United Kingdom (Scotland)
Saint Thomas Crown Mountain 474 m (1,555 ft)  United States Virgin Islands, organized unincorporated territory of the  United States
Hirta (St Kilda) Conachair 430 m (1,411 ft)  United Kingdom (Scotland)
Saint Martin Pic Paradis 424 m (1,391 ft) Saint Martin, overseas collectivity of  France  Sint Maarten, constituent country of the  Kingdom of the Netherlands
Coiba Cerro La Torre 416 m (1,365 ft)  Panama
Guam Lamlam 406 m (1,332 ft)  Guam, organized unincorporated territory of the  United States
Antigua Mount Obama 402 m (1,319 ft)  Antigua and Barbuda
Qeshm unnamed point 397 m (1,302 ft)  Iran
Eigg An Sgurr 393 m (1,289 ft)  United Kingdom (Scotland)
Curaçao Mount Christoffel 372 m (1,220 ft)  Curaçao, constituent country of the  Kingdom of the Netherlands
Guanaja unnamed point 365 m (1,198 ft)  Honduras
Christmas Island Murray Hill 361 m (1,184 ft)  Christmas Island, territory of  Australia
Malpelo Island Cerro La Mona 360 m (1,181 ft)  Colombia
Providencia El Pico 360 m (1,181 ft)  Colombia
Phu Quoc unnamed point 360 m (1,181 ft)  Vietnam
Pitcairn Island Pawala Valley Ridge 347 m (1,138 ft)  Pitcairn Islands, overseas territory of the  United Kingdom
Sazan Island unnamed point 342 m (1,122 ft)  Albania
Isla Gorgona Cerro La Trinindad 338 m (1,109 ft)  Colombia
Ailsa Craig Island Summit 338 m (1,109 ft)  United Kingdom (Scotland)
Barbados Mount Hillaby 336 m (1,102 ft)  Barbados
Norfolk Island Mount Bates 319 m (1,047 ft)  Norfolk Island, territory of  Australia
Terre-de-Haut Morne du Chameau 306 m (1,004 ft)  Guadeloupe, overseas department of  France
Shadwan unnamed point 301 m (988 ft)  Egypt
Terre-de-Bas Morne Abymes 293 m (961 ft)  Guadeloupe, overseas department of  France
Saint-Barthélemy Morne du Vitet 286 m (938 ft)  Saint-Barthélemy, overseas collectivity of  France
La Désirade Grand-Montagne 276 m (906 ft)  Guadeloupe, overseas department of  France
Masirah Jabal Madrub 275 m (902 ft)  Oman
Rangitoto Island Rangitoto 260 m (853 ft)  New Zealand
Malta Ta'Dmejrek 253 m (830 ft)  Malta
Babeldaob Mount Ngerchelchauus 242 m (794 ft)  Palau
Isle of Wight St Boniface Down 241 m (791 ft)  United Kingdom
Miquelon Morne de la Grande Montagne 240 m (787 ft)  Saint Pierre and Miquelon, overseas collectivity of  France
Bonaire Brandaris Hill 239 m (784 ft)  Bonaire, island of the  Netherlands
Mjältön Mjältötoppen 236 m (774 ft)  Sweden
Island of Montreal Mount Royal 233 m (764 ft)  Canada
Marie-Galante Morne Constant 204 m (669 ft)  Guadeloupe, overseas department of  France
Stac An Armin unnamed point 196 m (643 ft)  United Kingdom (Scotland
Zanzibar unnamed point in the Koani chain 195 m (640 ft)  Tanzania
Aruba Mount Jamanota 188 m (617 ft)  Aruba, constituent country of the  Kingdom of the Netherlands
Coloane Coloane Alto 172 m (564 ft)  Macau, special administrative region of  China
Singapore Bukit Timah 166 m (545 ft)  Singapore
Bornholm Rytterknægten 162 m (531 ft)  Denmark
Rügen Piekberg 161 m (528 ft)  Germany
Jersey Les Platons 143 m (469 ft)  Jersey, British crown dependency
Grande-Terre Morne l'Escale 136 m (446 ft)  Guadeloupe, overseas department of  France
Santa Catalina Island unnamed point 133 m (436 ft)  Colombia
Åland Orrdalsklint 129 m (423 ft)  Åland Islands, autonomous region of  Finland
Bahrain Island Jabal ad Dukhan 122 m (400 ft)  Bahrain
Sveti Nikola Island unnamed point 121 m (397 ft)  Montenegro
Sherbro Island unnamed point 120 m (394 ft)  Sierra Leone
Whalsay Ward of Clett 119 m (390 ft)  United Kingdom (Scotland)
Wolin Mount Grzywacz 115 m (377 ft)  Poland
Sark Le Moulin 114 m (374 ft)  Sark, part of the Bailiwick of  Guernsey, a British crown dependency
Guernsey Hautnez 110 m (361 ft)  Guernsey, British crown dependency
Herm unnamed point 106 m (348 ft)  Herm, part of the Bailiwick of  Guernsey, a British crown dependency
Alderney Le Rond But 93 m (305 ft)  Alderney, part of the Bailiwick of  Guernsey, a British crown dependency
Banaba unnamed point 81 m (266 ft)  Kiribati
Bermuda Town Hill 79 m (259 ft)  Bermuda, overseas territory of the  United Kingdom
Nauru Command Ridge 71 m (233 ft)  Nauru
Niue unnamed location near Mutalau settlement 68 m (223 ft)  Niue, self-governing state in free association with  New Zealand
Hiiumaa Tornimägi 68 m (223 ft)  Estonia
Île Royale unnamed point 66 m (217 ft)  French Guiana, overseas department of  France
Anguilla Crocus Hill 65 m (213 ft)  Anguilla, overseas territory of the  United Kingdom
Cat Island Mount Alvernia 63 m (207 ft)  Bahamas
Astola unnamed point 60 m (197 ft)  Pakistan
Haloul unnamed point 57 m (187 ft)  Qatar
Jerba Guellala 52 m (171 ft)  Tunisia
Grand Turk Island Blue Bottle 49 m (161 ft)  Turks and Caicos Islands, overseas territory of the  United Kingdom
Grand Cayman The Bluff 43 m (141 ft)  Cayman Islands, overseas territory of the  United Kingdom
Vlieland Vuurboetsduin 36 m (118 ft)  Netherlands
Terschelling Kaapsduin 31 m (102 ft)  Netherlands
Texel Loodsmanduin 26 m (85 ft)  Netherlands
Ameland Oerdblinkerd 24 m (79 ft)  Netherlands
Schiermonnikoog Wassermann-bunker 20 m (66 ft)  Netherlands
Diego Garcia unnamed point 15 m (49 ft)  British Indian Ocean Territory, overseas territory of the  United Kingdom
Tidra unnamed point 15 m (49 ft)  Mauritania
Arwad unnamed point 14 m (46 ft)  Syria
Abu al Abyad unnamed point 12 m (39 ft)  United Arab Emirates
Likiep unnamed point 10 m (33 ft)  Marshall Islands
Mukawwar unnamed point 10 m (33 ft)  Sudan
Dzharylgach unnamed point 6 m (20 ft)  Ukraine
Île du Palmier unnamed point 6 m (20 ft)  Lebanon
Dahlak Kebir unnamed point 5 m (16 ft)  Eritrea
West Island unnamed point 5 m (16 ft)  Cocos (Keeling) Islands, territory of  Australia
Funafuti unnamed point 5 m (16 ft)  Tuvalu
Nukunonu unnamed point 5 m (16 ft)  Tokelau, territory of  New Zealand
Ambergris Caye Robles Point 4 m (13 ft)  Belize
Villingili Squid Point Peak 2.3 m (8 ft)  Maldives

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Akrotiri and Dhekelia are not sovereign territory of the Republic of Cyprus – see Appendix A, Article 1 in the Cypriot constitution.

Alejandro Selkirk Island 1329 meters according to Wikipedia and 1269 meters according to Google Earth cerro de los inocentes is the name of the mountain

Sources[edit]

  • peaklist.org - majority of information about mountain heights comes from here.
  • worldatlas.com - this site contains the highest mountain of each country in the world.