Funafuti Conservation Area
Become Robinson Crusoe and lose yourself in Tuvalu's Funafuti Conservation Area, a 33 square kilometer haven of land and water that includes six uninhabited coral islets, which are fully protected and fairly isolated from the civilized world. The area includes reefs, lagoons, broadleaf forests, and coral sand beaches that are home to crabs, turtles, and nesting seabirds. Private boats can be hired for lagoon cruises. The water is so clear and blue, that it's easy to spot fish from the surface; better yet take a plunge, the snorkeling and diving are unmatched. This tropical island nirvana in only an hour away from the main town of Funafuti. Visits to the area can be arranged from the Conservation Area Office at the Funafuti Town Council, with boat charters available. Trips depart early in the morning and return mid afternoon. You might not be able to stay in the remote slice of paradise forever; but you can at least pretend to be Robinson Crusoe for a day.
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- Location: Funafuti, Tuvalu