However close you may have been to these destinations, they have always skipped your itineraries. Find out why you should put them back on before anybody else. These are 11 least visited destinations in the world. By Anuja Dixit
Liechtenstein is a country which shares borders with Switzerland and Austria. If you are the one seeking fairy tales, the place is perfect for you. This country is all of 25km in length by 12 km wide and offers picturesque locations for the tourists. It doesn’t have an international airport and the only access to the place is by a local bus from Switzerland and Austria.
Have a wonderful ‘Tonga time’ in the islands that boasts gorgeous beaches, low key resorts, myriad snorkeling, diving, yachting, and kayaking activities. Wind down with a cool sunset drink over the reef and enjoy being in the far end of the world in this tiny island of Polynesia.
Mauritania is located in Maghreb region of Northwestern region of Africa.The best thing to do here is to drive through the vast, sun bleached landscape until you hit the ocean.
Federated States of Micronesia
The group of 607 small islands in the Western Pacific is about 2,500 miles off western Pacific about 2,500 miles southwest of Hawaii. This island is built from several volcanic eruptions for over million years and has formed incredible atolls worth wandering in.
The name Kiribati is the local pronunciation of “Gilberts” which is the main island chain of the place. In spite of its picturesque islands and finest beaches, the place is isolated as there are hardly any planes landing here.
Timor- Leste is also known as East Timor. This relatively new nation is located in the north of the Timor Sea and Australia. You can spot several dugongs, go hiking, and discover ancient traditions that have survived the wars.
Marshall Islands is considered the most endangered island nation due to erratic climate change and has the highest risk of floods because of it. Situated inn the Pacific Ocean, the island has eye soothing beaches with water sports and coral reefs so you don’t have to worry about getting bored!
After invasions by Arab and Persian traders in the past, the island now exists in the northwest of Madagascar. Its secluded beaches and living history is enough to fall in love with the island.
Visitors usually lose themselves on long hikes past plunging waterfalls, proud hills, and the tiny villages of Guinea. It’s a small nation located at the west of Africa.
Tuvalu is the chain of nine little islands graced by Kate Middleton and Prince William in 2012. Although it is halfway between Australia and Hawaii, the country is one of the the least visited destinations due to its limited access.
São Tomé & Príncipe’
The islands comprise the second smallest African country. The islands were colonised by the Portuguese in the 16th century. Its secluded beaches with dark blue water, volcanic rocks, and breathtaking mountains are worth a visit.