Least Traveled Destinations

It is wonderful to experience the glitter and glory of the top tourist spots. On the other hand, the advantage of the least visited places is obvious. Since the number of tourists hardly exceeds a hundred thousand a year at secondary locations, the odds of crawling through crowds of people who have had the idea of coming at the exact same time are next to nil. Check out the most infrequently visited holiday destinations.

Liechtenstein (70 000 tourists a year)


Landscape in Balzers, Lichtenstein

Bhutan (155 000)


Bridge of Tamchog Lhakhang Monastery, Paro River, Bhutan

Bangladesh (150 000)


Lalbagh Fort of Dhaka, Bangladesh

Moldova (121 000)


Fortress in Soroca, Moldova

Brunei (220 000)


Sultan Omar Ali Saifudding Mosque, Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei, Southeast Asia

Tuvalu (2000)


Beach at Tuvalu island

Montserrat in Caribbean (9000)


Soufrière Hills, Montserrat

Comoros island in Afrika (24 000)


Beach at Comoros island

Sierra Leone, Afrika (74 000)


Harbour, Sierra Leone

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