***Due to the fickle nature of flights and airlines in the least visited part of the world, the final dates and itinerary for this tour are not fully confirmed. When we have the final flights schedules we will adjust accordingly. Do not book flights to and from this tour until we confirm***
Join YPT for an essential adventure for all country collectors. We visit three of the 10 least visited countries in the world, as well as the 15th least visited one: the Marshall Islands, Kiribati, Nauru, and the Solomon Islands. These destinations are all unique, beautiful and in vintage YPT style, very off the beaten track.
Our trip starts in the US pseudo-colony of the Marshall Islands, where we check out the capital before checking out the beautiful island of Eneko, which was linked to a fraudulent micronation in the 90’s.
After that, we head to Nauru where we will spend the next 5 days not only celebrating New Year, but exploring every last inch of the 3rd smallest country in the world. Nauru has recently been made famous by the Australian detention centre, and the continued presence of refugees and YPT get right to the heart of this, with us not only being guided by an asylum seeker but also getting lots of chances to discuss the contemporary situation with them. Nauru is at the heart of the migrant crisis, and our trip gives us a real understanding of it.
Following this, we’ll have two nights and three days in Kiribati, one of the most beautiful and interesting countries in the world. Something that is evident as soon as the plane makes its initial descent. Kiribati was one of the fiercest places for fighting during World War 2, and the shipwrecks, pillboxes, gun turrets, old hospitals and a whole host of other WW2 stuff making a great day tour, before we do a day on an island.
We then finish our trip at the 15th least visited country in the world – the Solomon Islands, which lies next to Papua New Guinea but is thankfully much safer. We stay at the Honiara Hotel, which has been visited by the Queen, Prince William, and Princess Kate. Here we enjoy a great day tour and some wreck diving.
These are some of the hardest to reach, and most untouched places in the world, with our group tour offering amazing savings on if you did it by yourself. There’s off the beaten track, and there’s doing New Year on the last visited country on the planet.
Visit all 11 Pacific island countries by joining our combo tour!
*Flight schedule in this part of the world are extremely fickle and prone to sudden and drastic changes. While we will do our best to keep the same starting and ending dates for the tour, we recommend that you abstain from booking your flights until we advise you so.*
Saturday 24th December – Majuro
Sunday 25th December – Majuro
Monday 26th December – Tarawa
Tuesday 27th December – Tarawa
Wednesday 28th December – Tawara
Thursday 29th December – Nauru
Friday 30th December – Nauru
Saturday 31st December – Nauru
Sunday 1st January 2023 – Nauru
Monday 2nd January – Honiara
Tuesday 3rd January – Honiara
Wednesday 4th January – Honiara
Want to extend your YPT adventure? Join one of our great tour extensions
– All flights between the islands and travel as per itinerary
– Accommodation in twin share hotels/guest houses
– Breakfasts and Lunches
– Local guide fees
– International Flights to the Marshall Islands before the tour and from the Solomon Islands after
– Visa fees if needed (YPT can provide visa support)
– Dinners and drinks
– Other personal expenses
– Tips for the local guides
– Single supplement $880
We have expert guides ready to help answer any questions you may have.