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Kiribati Travel and Tourism

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Kiribati , officially the Republic of Kiribati, is an island nation located in the central tropical Pacific Ocean. It is composed of 32 atolls and one raised coral island, dispersed over 3,500,000 square kilometres, straddling the equator, and bordering the International Date Line to the east. The name Kiribati is the local of "Gilberts", derived from the main island chain, the Gilbert Islands.

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Sailing and Surfing in Kiribati - Tarawa
Sailing and Surfing in Kiribati Sailing and Surfing in Kiribati are wonderful experiences. Sailing and surfing are a very impressive form of surface water sport and it is hugely popular in Kiribati. In the process of surfing the person is carried ahead of a breaking wave using a surf board and is supposed to swing the body along with the tide in order to ride the tide. Many new forms of surfing has now evolved which uses a lot of different form of surfboards also, this include Knee boards, Body boards or in common terms Boogie boards, Kayaks, surf skies and many more. Two major subdivisions in terms of Surfing are Longboarding and Shortboarding. Experimenting in sports is always an integral part of enjoying one sports act. A wonderful experience of ...

Christmas Island National Park in Kiribati - Tarawa
Christmas Island National Park in Kiribati Christmas Island National Park, Christmas Island is one of the leading Tourist Attractions in Christmas Island. Christmas Island National Park, Christmas Island beckons tourists from many corners of the world and they arrive to experience it with complete enthusiasm. Christmas Island National Park, Christmas Island should definitely feature in the itinerary of your Christmas Island Tours. Christmas Island National Park, Christmas Island is home to some of the most unique species of animal and bird life. Christmas Island National Park, Christmas Island has a very natural and balanced ecosystem which makes it one of the most sought after travel destinations in the island. The authorities of Christmas Island National...

Health and Safety in Kiribati during Travel - Tarawa
Health and Safety in Kiribati during Travel Diarrhea To prevent diarrhea, avoid tap water unless it has been boiled, filtered, or chemically disinfected (e.g. with iodine tablets); only eat fresh fruits and vegetables if cooked or peeled; be wary of dairy products that might contain unpasteurized milk, and be highly selective when eating food from street vendors. If you develop diarrhea, be sure to drink plenty of fluids, preferably an oral re-hydration solution containing lots of salt and sugar. A few loose stools don't require treatment but, if you start experiencing more than four or five stools a day, you should start taking an antibiotic (usually a quinolone drug) and an antidiarrhoeal agent (such as loper amide). If diarrhea is bloody, or p...

A Visit to Butaritari - Tarawa
A Visit to Butaritari One of the Outer Gilbert Islands, Butaritari is Kiribati's greenest island, with breadfruit, coconut, pandanus and other fruit-bearing trees flourishing on its rich soils. Butaritari also has a sobering WWII history, as the lopsided wreckage of a Japanese seaplane near Butaritari village attests.

Keep Healthy and Safe during tour of Kiribati - Tarawa
Keep Healthy and Safe during tour of Kiribati Kiribati is generally a safe place to travel. However, it may be risky to be outside after dark in Beito or along the beach in South Tarawa, especially for single females. However, virtually all problems are caused by drunk males, not career criminals. Stay healthy Don't drink the water without boiling or filtering. Chemical treatment is not recommended as it may not prevent giardiasis. The lagoon (especially around Beito) is heavily contaminated, and may make the entire island segment smell bad at times. Always ask first before going out in the water at each location on South Tarawa -- no matter how inviting it looks. This is a good idea on other islands too. Get a hepatitis A shot, and be up-to-date on all your...