Tuvalu

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Funafuti

The biggest island of Tuvalu provides the advantage of gaping at the slow-moving sea, considering ideal for diving and snorkeling experience among the bright-colored tropical fishes and sea turtles and so it’s a wonderful tourist attractions in Tuvalu.  Stroll on the carpet of cotton-like mushy golden sand creating slender strips of land appearing from the huge amount of water, creating a lagoon in between. You can also enjoy boating to have a view at the other unpopulated islands around Funafuti, feel the tropical wind rush against your face and observe the life underwater even from the remoteness of 50m above the waterline.

Nanumea

Nanumea is located in the northernmost tip of Tuvalu and covers nearly around 4.6 kilometers of the region. It is about 600 meters wide.  The little island of Nanumea has played an important role in the Second World War. It was actually the bomber base of the federal forces for protecting the Pacific. Nanumea was the closest island to the Japanese bases in Kiribati. During the Second World War, the Americans asked the inhabitants to vacate their lands so that they could be assigned elsewhere on the island.

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Vaiaku

A village situated on the southern shore of the island of Fongafale, Vaiaku is in the atoll of Funafuti in Tuvalu. There is 516 residences in Vaiaku, according to the survey of 2002, out of 4,492 for the total atoll of Funafuti, which is the formal epicenter of Tuvalu. All the governmental edifices, incorporating the National Bank of Tuvalu, and the sole hotel of Tuvalu, Vaiaku Langi Hotel, are situated in Vaiaku. It also contains Teone Church, which is the sole church of the Latin Catholic Mission Sui Iuris of Funafuti.

Savave

It is a tiny island of Nukufetau, Tuvalu, which is on the lagoon side of Fale island. It has also a little village named the same on the island.

Amatuku

It is a tiny island of Nukufetau, Tuvalu, which is on the lagoon side of Fale island. It has also a little village named the same on the island.

Lakena

It  is a tiny island of Nanumea atoll, Tuvalu. Nanumean conventions narrate Lakena as being established when sand overflowed from the baskets of two women, Pai and Vau, when they were pushed off Nanumea by Tefolaha, the Tongan fighter who became the predecessor of the people of Nanumea.

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