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How to Visit Some of the Least Visited Countries in the World

We recently did a really popular article on the worlds 10 least visited countries and how to get there. Some of them, such as Turkmenistan, are relatively easy to get to if you book a group tour. Others, such as Somalia, come with their own issues (although we can take you to Somaliland). A lot of countries such as Kiribati, and Nauru, are, although not politically charged, just super hard to visit.

It was with this in mind, together with a lot of planning, that we put together our Least Visited Countries Tour!  This takes place in 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 over New Years and lets you travel to Nauru, The Marshall Islands, Kiribati, and the Solomon Islands, on a tour to some of the least visited countries in the world.

Travel to Nauru, The Marshall Islands, Kiribati, and The Solomon Islands

More specifically, they are numbers 1, 4, 7, and 15 on the ‘least visited countries’ scale. Numbers vary, but Nauru at the top (or bottom of the list depending on how you count) gets less than 200 visitors a year, and you can rest assured that there are not many tours to Nauru! In fact, we believe this might even be the first ever group tour to Nauru.

Whilst it certainly does not count as a “country”, another one that we feel is super interesting is the Kingdom of Enenkio Atol (check the link), which gained infamy in the 90’s and is very much part of the Marshall Islands.

Check out the article, as well as our 2017, and 2018 itineraries.

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