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While there are those countries that receive more visitors than they can possibly handle, there are others that are not as well visited. However, even though these countries may not be as well visited, they are well endowed with beautiful sites that will make huge tourists attractions. Also, because these countries are less popular among tourists, those who want quiet and less populated destinations can look towards these countries. Among the many countries that are least visited, the following five top the list.

Kiribati

Kiribati

Even though some are bound to think this island is in the “middle of nowhere”, it is actually just about 5 hours flight from Hawaii. That is further than the distance to other popular tourist destination. This Island country in the pacific is made up of 33 atolls. These are scattered across at least 1.3 million square miles of the Pacific Ocean. This destination will suit well those who like adventures. Kiribati is a well class destination for sports fishing. Anglers will love being in Kiribati. The culture of the people is unique and visitors will be happy to learn something new from this hospitable people. Even with all its potential, the country received just a little over 6,000 visitors.

Montserrat

Montserrat

This island country in the Caribbean has never really recovered from the ghastly Hugo hurricane that destroyed most of the country’s infrastructure. The Soufriere hills volcanoes worsen the situation when it hit in 1995.Although this island used to be a popular tourists destination, it is today only visited by just about 7,000 visitors per year. Although it may have caused much damage, part of the renewed interest by tourist is to visit this landmark. The top attractions are not the usual ones but they will hold you spellbound. You can visit Plymouth, the formal capital city which now stands in ruins after it was destroyed by Hurricane Hugo, the volcano observatory and the Botanic Garden.

Nuie

Nuie

Nuie is also called the Rock of Polynesia or simply the Rock. There are just about 1400 people living in the island with the majority of the population gone off to live in more easily accessible places like New Zealand and Samoa. All Nuie has to offer is its natural, untouched beauty. At least 20% of the land area is conserved land. This is the first country that offers free wifi to its residents.

Liechtenstein

Liechtenstein

This country may be one of the smallest in the world but if looked at from the point of GDP, it is the richest. The country found totally in the Alps is a popular ski and hiking destination. Visitors to the country in 2013 totaled 60,000.

Anguila

Anguila

This island country in the Caribbean is picture perfect. The beautiful beaches that line the coast are also used as starting points for yachting races. Yachting is considered the national sports of Anguilla. Things to do in this country include, visits to spas, boat racing, underwater tours and day cruising. The island has a bubbly nightlife and fine dining is definitely not excluded. In 2013, the country received 69,000 visitors.

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