10 most obscure countries
• 10 most obscure of the world
Every year, United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) report is the most visited countries in the world under the name "UNWTO Tourism Highlights. 2014 Edition ". At the forefront of the country most visited by tourists in 2013 as they were, and have remained in France (83 million tourists), the USA (69, 8 million tourists), Spain (60, 7 million tourists), China (55, 7 million tourists) and Italy (47, 7 million tourists). Based on the data presented in this article, we decided to show you the 10 most obscure countries.
Republic of Palau consists of 328 islands - this is the most western island group of the Caroline Archipelago in the Pacific Ocean. The population is only 20, 9 thousand people. In 2013, Palau visited 105 thousand tourists.
96,000 tourists visited in 2013, Moldova - former republics of the Soviet Union. In the photo: Orhei Orhei or - a city located 40 kilometers from the capital of Moldova - Chisinau.
The Democratic Republic of East Timor occupies the eastern part of the island of Timor in the Malay Archipelago and is located 450 kilometers north of Australia. This is one of the poorest countries in the world. In 2013 it was visited by 78,000 tourists.
This island, located between the Caribbean Sea and North Atlantic Ocean, is located halfway between Puerto Rico to Trinidad and Tobago. Due to the pristine beauty and abundant flora and fauna it is called the "Island of Nature". In 2013, Dominic visited 78 thousand tourists.
St. Vincent and the Grenadines
The state in the Caribbean, which consists of the island of Saint Vincent and 32 the Grenadines group of small islands, visited in 2013, 72 000 tourists.
Anguilla Island, together with the adjacent small islands group is part of a self-governing British Overseas Territories. In 2013, Anguilla has a population of just over 13 thousand people visited the 69 thousand tourists.
This is one of the richest countries in the world. Low taxes and a liberal policy on bank deposits made Liechtenstein "tax haven" in Europe. Tax haven visited by 60,000 tourists last year.
Niue - is one of the world's largest coral islands, which is a self-governing state in association with New Zealand. In 2013, the island was visited by only 7000 tourists.
Because of the frequent hurricanes, earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, this Caribbean island, which was once a favorite vacation spot of the Americans, British and Canadians, most of its inhabitants fled. The number of tourists visiting it was 7000 people last year.
The Republic of Kiribati - a group made up of 33 coral atolls in the Pacific Ocean, located on both sides of the equator. In 1979, the country ceased to be dependent on the UK. Kiribati - is one of the island nations such as the Maldives and Tuvalu, who are at risk of flooding due to the ever-increasing level of water in the oceans. Only 6000 tourists visited the country for the whole of last year.