Perfect scenery in the least populous countries in the world

Perfect scenery in the least populous countries in the world

Some countries in the world have populations ranging from 10,000 to 60,000. These are all places with beautiful natural scenery.

Tuvalu

Tuvalu: As one of the smallest and most remote countries in the world, this Pacific island has a population of only 10,000 people with blue sea, golden sunshine, quiet and peaceful space. Photo: Timelesstuvalu.

Tuvalu

Here, visitors can explore the atolls, beautiful lagoons, snorkel and see the marine life surrounding small islands. Photo: Biofilta.

Palau

Palau: Also located in the Pacific Ocean, the country has more than 500 islands, large and small, with a population of less than 22,000 people. Palau has a unique culture and charming, pristine natural surroundings. Photo: World Travel Guide.

Palau

You can go on a tour to explore the beautiful islands or snorkel to see splendid coral reefs and rich marine animals. This is also one of the most famous diving spots in the world. Photo: Nature.

Monaco

Monaco: The Principality has a population of less than 40,000, famous for its beautiful seaport and Formula 1 racetrack. The cities of Monaco attract visitors thanks to the ancient architecture and unique cuisine. Photo: La Baume.

Monaco

In addition, this country has countless beaches, water lagoons, caves and mountains for visitors to explore freely. You can sign up for day tours to the neighboring islands, swim and enjoy seafood on the cruise. Photo: Civitatis.

Liechtenstein

Liechtenstein: This country has a population equal to Monaco with the border adjacent to Austria and Switzerland. Liechtenstein is blessed with beautiful mountain views, fresh and cool air. Photo: Financial Time.

Liechtenstein

You can come here to climb, ski, or simply walk on the slopes, visit the ancient castles and enjoy local specialties. Photo: Lonely Planet.

St. Kitts and Nevis

St. Kitts and Nevis: This island nation is located in the Caribbean, including two large islands. The capital of St. Kitts and Nevis is Basseterre, with its unique architecture and culture, cuisine. Photo: Celebrity Cruise.

St. Kitts and Nevis

The country has lovely beaches, majestic mountains, long history, and many interesting tourist activities. The locals are gentle and friendly, ready to welcome visitors from all over the world. Photo: Lonely Planet.

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