Located in the Pacific between Hawaii and the Phillippines, The Marshall Islands (which only recorded 6,800 visitors in 2018) is comprised of 34 atolls spread out over 70 square miles. The islands are home to over 1,000 different species of fish, making it the perfect spot for divers. One of the most popular diving spots is the sunken Japanese battleship Nagato, which led the attack on Pearl Harbor. Plus, since the isles are actually atolls (ring-shaped islands) you'll never be more than 100 meters from the water. The largest atoll is Majuro, the capital. Here, you'll find several hotels, including the Marshall Islands Resort, along with an array of shopping and dining options. You won't find a lively nightlife scene here, though; people typically come to the islands to relax and soak up the sun.