If you're constantly searching for an undiscovered, crowd-free getaway, you're in luck -- some of the least-visited countries on earth are calling your name.
These countries are totally beautiful and completely underrated, which means few crowds and pristine, untouched nature. Many of them are small or tropical (or both) and offer plenty of cultural activity and relaxation. While the world's most visited countries have lots to offer, you can't beat these undiscovered spots.
Below, check out the 10 countries that had the least visitors in 2013 that you can -- and should -- add to your bucket list ASAP.
10. Palau Number of Visitors: 105,000 Location: Palau is an independent nation that sits in the Western Pacific Ocean. It was formerly part of Micronesia.
9. Moldova Number of Visitors: 96,000 Location: Moldova sits tucked between Romania and Ukraine.
8. Timor-Leste Number of Visitors: 78,000 Location: Southeast Asia's Timor-Leste is mostly surrounded by islands you haven't heard of. Timor-Leste encompasses the eastern part of Timor island, which sits roughly 1,250 miles north of the coast of Australia.
7. Dominica Number of Visitors: 78,000 Location: Dominica is an island in the Lesser Antilles region of the Caribbean Sea. Nearby islands include Guadeloupe and Martinique.
6. St. Vincent and the Grenadines Number of Visitors: 72,000 Location: St. Vincent and the Grenadines is located near the border of the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. Neighboring islands include St. Lucia, Grenada and Barbados.
5. Anguilla (technically a British Overseas Territory) Number of Visitors: 69,000 Location: The island sits in the Caribbean east of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.
4. Liechtenstein Number of Visitors: 60,000 Location: Liechtenstein is doubly landlocked -- it's bordered by Switzerland to the west and south, and Austria to the east and north.
3. Niue Number of Visitors: 7,000 Location: Niue is an island in the South Pacific Ocean. It sits nearly 1,500 miles from the coast of New Zealand.
2. Montserrat (technically a British Overseas Territory) Number of Visitors: 7,000 Location: Montserrat is part of the Lesser Antilles in the West Indies.
1. Kiribati Number of Visitors: 6,000 Location: Kiribati is an island in the central tropical Pacific Ocean. There's not much else near it -- Hawaii is about 5 hours north by plane.
CORRECTION: A previous version of this article incorrectly stated that Palau was a still a part of Micronesia. It is now an independent nation.