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Have you visited any of the worlds 10 least developed countries?

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Looks to me, that they might even be amongst the countries least likely to benefit from tourist cash, because they are places not much travelled.
7 years ago, November 7th 2011 No: 1 Msg: #146570  

The Human Development Index ranks countries based on development issues, progress and policies, the UNDP report explains.


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7 years ago, November 7th 2011 No: 2 Msg: #146577  
On the 10 on the list, have been to Mozambique...and I'm currently writing this from Congo DRC, rank 1st on the list...trust me, not many tourists around....but writing this from a lovely place... Reply to this

7 years ago, November 17th 2011 No: 3 Msg: #147081  
I've not been to any of these but thedribbleman has been to DR Congo, Guinea, Sierra Leone and Burkina Faso - which makes four.

It also appears that Sasha has possibly been to even more, but he has not blogged from every one - he really travelled to some fascinating destinations. These include DR Congo, Guinea, Central African Republic and Niger. But wouldn't be surprised if he visited a few more on the list (such as Burkina Faso, Liberia or Sierra Leone).



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7 years ago, December 13th 2011 No: 4 Msg: #148738  
Been to Chad and that is it. Reply to this

7 years ago, December 19th 2011 No: 5 Msg: #149068  
We've been to three of them, Chad, Burkino Faso and Mozambique (albeit briefly). Reply to this

7 years ago, December 20th 2011 No: 6 Msg: #149096  
spent about a month in Mozambique back in 1996 - no buses, had to hitch around on the top of UN grain lorries. Still just emerging from civil war - but the beauty of the coast line and the welcoming nature of the people was very humbling. I am sure it has changed dramatically now - what with South Africa on the doorstep - but hopefully it has retained it's natural beauty and will continue to be a great destination for all types of traveller. Reply to this

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