The World's Least Visited Countries

Tuvalu, the least visited country in the world, is 1,000 km (621 miles) north of Fiji in the west-central Pacific Ocean. Only 3,700 people visit annually.


Marshall Islands, a group of volcanic islands in the central Pacific Ocean, have at least 160 coral species.

Marshall Islands

Niue is the westernmost Cook Island in the South Pacific. Its moderate pace and 10,000 annual visits mean you won't have to beat the crowds!


The Pacific Ocean's magnificent Kiribati is the only country in the world to touch all four hemispheres.


Montserrat, a Caribbean mountainous island, is the sixth least visited country in the world with 19,300 tourists.


The Solomon Islands are about 1,000 tropical islands in the southwest Pacific Ocean.The islands, which receive 29,000 visitors annually, have dense tropical forests 

Solomon Islands

The Gulf of Guinea islands of São Tomé and Príncipe are situated on an alignment of dormant volcanoes on the equator.

São Tomé and Príncipe

The warm Indian Ocean waters near the southeastern coast of Africa host the picturesque Comoros archipelago of volcanic islands.


Only 52,000 people visit Guinea-Bissau annually. On West Africa's Atlantic coast, it has many landscapes, peoples, cultures, and plants and animals.


Micronesia, between the Marshall Islands and Palau in the North Pacific Ocean, has about 600 islands.Micronesia's four island states receive 18,000 visitors every year to its isolated, stunning land and seascapes.