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TUVALU Top 9 Tourist Places | Tuvalu Tourism

Tuvalu (Things to do - Places to Visit) - TUVALU Top Tourist Places
Country in Oceania

Tuvalu, in the South Pacific, is an independent island nation within the British Commonwealth. Its 9 islands comprise small, thinly populated atolls and reef islands with palm-fringed beaches and WWII sites.

Off Funafuti, the capital, the Funafuti Conservation Area offers calm waters for diving and snorkeling among sea turtles and tropical fish, plus several uninhabited islets sheltering sea birds.

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TUVALU ????, capital of FUNAFUTI ????????‍????‍????????, top sites to see! (Pacific Ocean)

SUBSCRIBE ► - Tuvalu, Pacific Ocean - top sites to visit in Funafuti! Let's visit Tuvalu (formerly known as the Ellice Islands) which is a Polynesian island nation located in the Pacific Ocean, about midway between Hawaii and Australia. It comprises three reef islands and six true atolls with a population of 10,640.
In this video we are going to visit Funafuti which is the capital of the island nation of Tuvalu with a a population of 6,025 people making it the country's most populated atoll.
Funafuti is an atoll and the capital of the island nation of Tuvalu. It has a population of 6,025 people, making it the country's most populated atoll, with 56.6 percent of Tuvalu's population. It is a narrow sweep of land between 20 and 400 metres wide, encircling a large lagoon 18 km long and 14 km wide.
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INSIDE NAURU - the world's least visited country

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OMG GUYS! The last 3 days of my life have been spent in the world's least visited country called Nauru in the Pacific Islands. Have you ever heard of Nauru before? Less than 200 tourists a YEAR visit this tiny-island nation called Nauru of 10,000 residents, and it's a fascinating place.

If you know me, then you'll know that nothing excites me more than visiting obscure places… Nauru is my 155th country, and maybe the most interesting one yet, and I cannot wait to tell you all about it!! PSA: NAURU IS AMAZING!

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This AIRPORT is a PLAYGROUND! (Seriously)

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Welcome to Tuvalu! One of the world’s smallest and least populated countries in the world, located somewhere between Hawaii and Australia. Less that 200 tourists visit Tuvalu every year, and it’s a special experience to be here and witness one of the most lively scenes in this world... which takes place at the airport every night around 5PM!

The one and only airport turns into a massive playground for kids and adults to play their favorite sports like soccer, basketball, volleyball and rugby!

Why? Because the island is so small and there is literally no other place to play besides this air strip!

In every other airport around the world (that I've seen), it’s illegal to even walk inside of the airport ground at ANY time… but here in Tuvalu, it’s encouraged!

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This Country is Disappearing ????

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Climate change has never felt more real to my eyes until I arrived here in KIRIBATI - an island nation in the Central Pacific Ocean.

The rising sea levels are quickly shrinking this country, which has a peak altitude of 3 meters. It's projected to be entirely underwater by the year 2100.

While many countries are feeling the impacts of climate change, nobody is more threatened right now than the 100,000+ residents of Kiribati.

The question now becomes, how do we prevent the people here from becoming climate refugees? The only 4 options I can think of are the following:

1. Build a higher sea wall (which will cost billions of USD)
2. Buy land overseas for them to relocate (will also cost a fortune)
3. Send more Kiribati citizens abroad (i.e. Australia and New Zealand) for jobs, and they can slowly adapt to a new life
4. Boost tourism in Kiribati so people can see first hand the affects of climate change, which will also pump money back in to the economy

Would love to get your thoughts on what we can do to help the wonderful people of Kiribati. I encourage you all to get creative and share your best solutions below. I will be reading and responding to as many comments as I can, and I encourage you to do the same. This is important.

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Zooming in on TUVALU | Geography of Tuvalu with Google Earth

In this series I'm zooming in on countries with Google Earth, and it's time to take a look at Tuvalu! Google Earth gives information about cities, bordering countries, coordinates, distances, and I can use street view! Thank you, Google Earth, for showing us our beautiful earth!

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VANUATU Top 33 Tourist Places | Vanuatu Tourism

Vanuatu (Things to do - Places to Visit) - VANUATU Top Tourist Places
Country in Oceania

Vanuatu is a South Pacific Ocean nation made up of roughly 80 islands that stretch 1,300 kilometers. The islands offer scuba diving at coral reefs, underwater caverns, and wrecks such as the WWII-era troopship SS President Coolidge.

Harborside Port Vila, the nation’s capital and economic center, is on the island of Efate. The city is home to the Vanuatu National Museum, which explores the nation’s Melanesian culture.

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Travel Professor - Tourism in Tuvalu?

In 2016, the UNWTO listed Tuvalu as the least visited countries in the World. Many of the leisure tourists only went to check it off their list so they can say they have visited all countries in the World. The Travel Professor found only a few 'attractions' but a country with a rich culture and untouched environment.
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The 10 Cheapest Countries To Live or Retire | You Might Not Need to Work

You often dream of quitting your job, ditching it all and moving to paradise.
In this video, International Living revealed top 10 cheapest places to live & retire for 2019, and the reasons why we think these are the best places to consider.
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10. Spain.
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5. Malaysia.
4. Ecuador.
3. Mexico.
2. Costa Rica.
1. Panama.
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10 Things Not to Do in Fiji

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Before you head out to the islands of Fiji, it’s imperative to do a little bit of research. Call us Debbie Downers all you want, but ignoring this list of 10 things NOT to do in Fiji can definitely put a damper on your tropical vacay.

1. Don't Forget to Book a Village Tour
Many resorts offer guided village tours. For a small feel, you’ll be taken to rural areas to see the traditional Fijian way of life. At the end of the tour, you’ll be greeted by local artisans who sell handcrafted items that would make the perfect souvenirs.


2. Don't Ride Share
If you need to get around town, a taxi is your best bet. But you should definitely steer clear of ride sharing. According to travel advisories, taxi drivers are the victims of many crimes. So make sure your driver doesn’t pick up randoms while they’re taking you to your destination.


3. Don't Expect to Party All Night
Fijians go to bed super early. If you have plans on partying until the wee hours of the morning, you’re on your own. We recommend Beachcomber, a tiny island in the volcanic archipelago known as the Mamanuca Islands which hosts wonderful island parties with live music and entertainment. There isn’t much going on when nighttime hits.


4. Don't Go Hiking Alone
You’ll experience some of the best sights while hiking in Fiji, especially at Koroyanitu National Park. But proceed with caution while you’re making your trek. Many of the paths aren’t well-maintained and the terrain can be hazardous. Also, it’s also safer to hike with a companion or a guide.


5. Don't Show Too Much Skin
In any other areas, wearing shorts and tank tops is fine. However, if you’re going to visit a village. Women are expected to cover their shoulders and both men and women should wear shorts that cover their knees. Also, hats and sunglasses should be removed as a form of respect.


6. Don't give Candy to the Kids
If you want to give the kids some candies, you should hold off on giving out sugary snacks. The diabetes-related death rate in Fiji is the second-highest in the world. Children also don’t visit the dentist as frequently, so giving them candy will just cause more dental issues for them in the long run.


7. Don't stay in Urban Areas
To cut down on your chances of an unfortunate event happening during your trip, steer clear of the urban areas. There’s a higher crime rate there than in rural areas. If you want to explore a certain part of one of the islands, make sure you ask your resort staff if the area is safe beforehand.


8. Don't be too impatient
If you’re visiting from a fast-paced environment, you may want to continue on with your normal way of living in the midst of the hustle and bustle. However, in Fiji everything moves at the pace of a turtle. So go ahead and embrace the slow pace. You deserve to kick back and relax!


9. Don't Drive on the Right
In Fiji, you’ll drive on the left side of the road. And, make sure you’re very attentive when driving after dark. Roads in the city are paved, but once you enter the rural areas, the roads aren’t properly maintained. There aren’t adequate street lights or road signs, and many of the roadways are full of potholes.


10. Don't Drink Too Much Kava
Kava is a legal and traditional herbal drink made from the ground root of a spicy pepper plant. There are actual kava ceremonies. A glass of kava won’t do you any harm, but if you drink too much, it can cause grogginess and a decrease in motor coordination and reaction times. So on that note: Don’t kava and drive!

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MICRONESIA Top 25 Tourist Places | Federated States of Micronesia Tourism

Federated States of Micronesia (Things to do - Places to Visit) - MICRONESIA Top Tourist Places
Country in Oceania

The Federated States of Micronesia is a country spread across the western Pacific Ocean comprising more than 600 islands. Micronesia is made up of 4 island states: Pohnpei, Kosrae, Chuuk and Yap.

The country is known for palm-shaded beaches, wreck-filled dives and ancient ruins, including Nan Madol, sunken basalt temples and burial vaults that extend out of a lagoon on Pohnpei.

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LEAST VISITED COUNTRIES in the world

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Our world has 197 countries, and not all of them are as touristy as France or Spain or Japan.

In this video, I explain a few of the world's least visited nations -- and I'll bet you haven't heard of a few of them... Have you?!

Nauru, Comoros, Kyrgyzstan, Equatorial Guinea, Guyana and Kiribati.

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10 Things NOT To Do in Samoa

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The Samoan islands are surrounded by miles of pristine beaches, crystal blue ocean, and dazzling reef. But keep in mind that Samoa is a conservative country, and you should do your research ahead of time. Here’s our list of 10 things you should NOT in Samoa.

1. Don’t Stay Standing
When it’s time to get down to business, you’ll notice that Samoans all sit down on the floor to engage in discussion. It’s also considered rude to eat or drink while you’re standing.


2. Don’t Indulge in Kava
It’s customary to take part in the kava ceremony. This narcotic brew is made with the roots of a pepper plant, and the cup of liquid is passed around for everyone to sip and enjoy. Overindulging in the drink can decrease your reaction times and motor coordination.


3. Don’t forget to brush up on the Culture
Samoan Cultural Village and Knowledgeable guides will take you around through different exhibits where you’ll be given a fun history lesson. You’ll also be taught coconut weaving, watch an entertaining dance performance, and be treated to a traditional meal cooked over an earth oven.


4. Don’t Underestimate a Beach Fale
A fale is a hut on the beaches. You can actually rent one and wake up to the waves crashing right at your feet. These handmade structures range from simple to luxurious, but to get a true experience, you’ll definitely want to stay in the old school version made of wood and dried coconut fiber.


5. Don’t Leave the Water Without Your Lava Lava
After soaking up some sun on the beach, make sure to cover up with a lava lava afterward. It’s similar to a sarong, and it basically covers up your body so that you don’t offend the locals. And keep in mind, the lava lava is worn by both men and women.


6. Don’t Forget to Pay Taefu T Matafeo Store a Visit
Between Salelologa and the north coast, you’ll find a tiny establishment called Taefu T Matafeo Store. Inside, you can sip on some of the best espressos ever, while nibbling on homemade cakes. They also serve up light fare, including kimchi, and they have more than enough icy beer to go around.


7. Don’t Go Chasing Waterfalls…Just Joking
Samoa’s backdrop is rich with gorgeous tropical forests that are home to some of the most stunning waterfalls. On Upolu Island, you will find Sopoaga Waterfall at the foot of Lotofaga Village. At the base of the falls, you can also take part in an umu demonstration and coconut husking.


8. Don’t Be Surprised by Beach Fees
In Samoa, the majority of the beaches are owned by families and villages, and they charge visitors a small fee (from 5 to 20 tala) to swim, take photos on the beach, or even wander around the sand. If you’re staying at a resort, you won’t have to worry about this fee at all.


9. Don’t Visit the National Museum on Weekends
This museum should definitely be at the top of your itinerary, but make sure you stop by during the week, because they’re closed on weekends. You can send a special request to ask that they open their doors for you on a Saturday or Sunday, but there’s no guarantee that they’ll honor it.


10. Don’t Enter During Prayer
Prayer sessions can happen frequently, and if you find that you’ve arrived at someone’s home during a prayer, wait outside until it is finished. If you’re inside their home at the time the prayer’s set to take place, you’ll be expected to take part in the service as well.

3 HIDDEN COUNTRIES (You've Never Heard Of!)

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The world has 197 countries, and not all of them are as well known as France, Japan or Brazil. But every country is amazing for their own uniqueness, so in today's video, I will tell you about 3 countries that many of you have probably never heard of before.

THEY ARE:

- TUVALU
- COMOROS
- DJIBOUTI

Share this video if you learned something! And let's all continue to dream of traveling the world, because it will happen again sooner than we think :D

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Our Trip to Guam | Travel Guide | Things to Eat and Do

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In 2019, we had the chance to visit Guam for a few days, and we had a great time! The people are warm and generous. The food was delicious! The beaches - breathtaking!

Places we visited:
• Little Pika's
• Chamorro Night Market
• Ben N' Yan's Filipino Restaurant
• Two Lovers' Point
• Inarajan Natural Pools

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FUNAFUTI Top 5 Tourist Places | Funafuti Tourism | TUVALU

Funafuti (Things to do - Places to Visit) - FUNAFUTI Top Tourist Places
Capital of Tuvalu

Funafuti is an atoll and the capital of the island nation of Tuvalu. It has a population of 6,025 people, making it the country's most populated atoll, with 56.6 percent of Tuvalu's population.

It is a narrow sweep of land between 20 and 400 meters wide, encircling a large lagoon 18 km long and 14 km wide.

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Why You Should Travel To The World’s Least Visited Countries.. NOW!

Why You Should Travel To The World’s Least Visited Countries.. NOW!

Welcome back to Around The Globe. There is a term called overtourism. This term means that people are just going to the same tourist destination at the same time, or an overabundance of a tourist place. For the channel today, we give the reasons to why you should travel to the world’s least-visited countries.

Sometimes too much of something is not good. This also applies when it comes to our travel destinations. There are tourist spots that are just crowded and might give you a hassling experience. Let’s check this video as we know the reasons why you should travel to the world’s least-visited countries.


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