Of all the countries that the United Nations World Tourism Organization was able to determine tourism statistics for, Tuvalu turned out to have the absolute least number of visitors – just 2,000. The fourth smallest country in the world, the Polynesian island nation is located in the South Pacific and has a total land area of just 10 square miles. Part of Queen Elizabeth II’s Commonwealth realm, Tuvalu doesn’t have much to do outside of beach activities such as scuba diving, snorkeling, swimming, and sunning. Traditional culture has been kept quite alive here, with traditional dances being performed on special occasions, particularly at town halls.