Number 6. Pili, China
Pupils in this remote Chinese village are forced to scramble down sheer cliffs and cross freezing rivers just to reach their school. Every term, village officials and teachers come to this village to escort the students on a perilous 125 mile journey through the remote mountains, which takes 2 whole days to complete.
Number 5. Benighat, Nepal
Nepal may be the adventure holiday destination for many tourists, but for the locals in remote areas, hauling themselves across raging rivers is a fact of life. In the Benighat district of Nepal, children have to use these cable ropeways to reach their school on the other side.