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Statistics About The Least Visited Countries

The least visited countries tend to have smaller populations, limited tourism infrastructure, and geographical remoteness contributing to their low levels of tourist arrivals.

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"Marshall Islands had only 6,000 visitors in 2019."

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"Mauritania welcomed about 48,000 visitors in 2017."

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"Tonga welcomed about 62,000 tourists in 2018."

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"São Tomé and Príncipe saw around 33,500 tourist visits in 2017."

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"Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic is the least visited with nearly zero tourism."

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"Comoros had roughly 28,000 visitors in 2018."

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"Bhutan had around 315,599 international tourists in 2019, with a focus on high-value, low-impact tourism."

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"Saint Vincent and the Grenadines had approximately 82,000 visitors in 2019."

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"Western Sahara saw minimal tourist activity due to political instability and lack of infrastructure."

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"Nauru experienced just around 10,000 tourists in 2019."

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"Djibouti saw around 63,000 tourist arrivals in 2018."

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"Solomon Islands received about 29,000 tourists in 2018."

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"Timor-Leste saw approximately 74,000 tourists in 2018."

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"Vanuatu experienced around 90,000 international tourists in 2018."

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"In 2019, Tuvalu received only about 2,000 tourists."

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"Montserrat hosted around 8,000 visitors in 2018."

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"Kiribati attracted approximately 4,000 visitors in 2018."

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"Guinea-Bissau experienced roughly 44,000 tourists in 2018."

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"Micronesia had roughly 25,000 tourist arrivals in 2018."

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"Palau received roughly 91,000 visitors in 2019."

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