The Hawaiian Islands
The South Pole is the southernmost point on Earth, located at 90 degrees latitude south. Hawaii is located at about 19 degrees north latitude, so in the Northern Hemisphere rather than the Southern Hemisphere.The Solomon Islands are closer, in the Southern Hemisphere, at about 10 to 11 degrees south latitude.However, the Falkland Islands are by far the closest, located at 52 degrees south latitude. Thus only about 38 degrees of latitude separate the Falkland Islands from the South Pole, compared to 79 and 109 for the Solomon Islands and the Hawaiian Islands, respectively.
Montserrat, Hawaii, South Africa, The Cayman Islands, ABC Islands, Iam not so sure about the rest ISLANDS
The state of Hawaii is entirely north of the equator, and the main islands are just south of the Tropic of Cancer (23.5° N latitude). Hawaii extends to the northeast where small, mostly uninhabited islands are north of the tropic.
Thousands of islands have been formed by undersea volcanoes including the Hawaiian Islands, the Galapagos, many of the western Antilles, the Aleutian Islands, the Philippines, the South Sandwich Islands, the Canary Islands, the Azores, the Marianas, and many others.
Hawaii is farthest south of said Hawaiian islands
HawaiiThe Big Island (a.k.a. The Island of Hawaii) is the farthest south of all of the Hawaiian Islands.
No, Hawaii, the Big Island is the southernmost of the "main" Hawaiian Islands.
Of the main Islands it is Hawaii.
Of the main islands, it is Hawaii.Hawaii. The Big Island.hawaii is farthest south
The island of Hawaii also called The Big Island is the furthermost southern island.
The answer is Hawaii, The Big Island.