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The nine coral islands and atolls that comprise Tuvalu barely break the surface of the Pacific Ocean, meaning that rising sea levels and global warming are a major issue here.
Tiny and undeveloped, Tuvalu travel is about exploring this peaceful, palm-fringed idyll and discovering what lies beneath the waves. The capital Funafuti is popular as an access point for the giant Funafuti Lagoon, which is good for snorkelling and diving. The nearby Funafuti Marine Conservation Area also has numerous lagoons, dotted with uninhabited islands and teeming with marine life.

Funafala is the second most populated island and the place to see traditional buildings. The northernmost island, Nanumea is thought to have the most scenic lagoon and is also a wonderfully relaxing place to spend time.

Tuvalu - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tuvalu, formerly known as the Ellice Islands, is a Polynesian island nation located in the Pacific Ocean, midway between Hawaii and Australia. Its nearest neighbours are Kiribati, Nauru, Samoa and Fiji. It comprises four reef islands and five true atolls. Its population of 12,373 makes it the second-least populous sovereign state in the world, with only Vatican City having fewer inhabitants. In terms of physical land size, at just 26 square kilometres (10 sq mi) Tuvalu is the fourth smallest country in the world, larger only than the Vatican City at 0.44 km2 (0.17 sq mi), Monaco at 1.95 km2 (0.75 sq mi) and Nauru at 21 km2 (8.1 sq mi). (…)
Luxury in Tuvalu 

Government of Tuvalu's Official Tourism Website
One of the smallest and most remote nations in the world, this unspoiled corner of the Pacific offers a peaceful, and non-commercialized environment that is ideal for rest and relaxation.
Luxury in Tuvalu 

Luxury in Australia and The South Pacific
This continent is characterised by the vastness of its landscape and the seclusion of its tropical islands – Australian bush and Polynesian lagoons. That is the main attraction for visitors to this far-off territory.

Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Polynesia… The diversity of Oceania, a mixture of vast open spaces and tiny atolls, is what makes it what it is. Australia can be proud of its airy cities (Sydney, Melbourne, Perth…), its vineyards and its Pacific Coast, fringed by its magnificent Great Barrier Reef.

This country has the bush at its heart, symbolised by the legendary Ayers Rock. New Zealand, which is smaller, has many surprises on offer with unspoiled landscapes (Southern Alps, fjords, volcanoes) and an Anglo-Saxon culture with a Maori cultural heritage. The Pacific Islands are a paradise for relaxation. A tropical climate and lush vegetation against a backdrop of turquoise blue lagoons make Fiji and Tahiti (French Polynesia) the perfect location for a relaxing, sunny holiday.



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