Explore Nauru

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Nauru is a small island of just 21 km2 located in the Pacific Ocean. It is one of the smallest countries in the world and home to a population of only 11,386 people. With its white sand beaches, crystal clear waters and breathtaking views, it is an amazing place to go for a relaxing holiday.

One interesting fact about Nauru is that it was one of the last countries to become independent in 1968. As such, it has a unique history and culture unlike any other.

For those looking for adventure, there are plenty of activities to choose from such as fishing, snorkelling, swimming and diving. There’s also some amazing hiking trails and scenic spots for bird-watching or simply taking in the beauty of nature on display.

The country’s biggest attraction is its World War II relics which you can explore – from rust-covered tanks to abandoned bunkers that have been preserved over the years. Take a guided tour with knowledgeable locals who will walk you through Nauru’s turbulent past.

If you’re looking for something a bit more off the beaten track, then head out to Anibare Bay. Here you can experience peaceful isolation while still being surrounded by breathtaking scenery. Kayaking around this secluded area is a great way to take in all that Nauru has to offer.

Overall, Nauru is an excellent destination spot if you’re looking for relaxation, adventure and discovery. Whether it’s exploring its stunning beaches, visiting one of its many attractions or simply chilling out in Anibare Bay – Nauru has something for everyone.