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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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Local Attraction of Kiribati - Tarawa
Local Attraction of Kiribati Kiritimati (Christmas) Island The island has a hotel and facilities for game fishing, and there are (reportedly) no ill effects from the British hydrogen bomb tests held there in the '50s and '60s.It is linked to Tarawa by air and sea. Tarawa Betio Island, probably the most populous in Kiribati, has the port, shipyard and main power station, and it's where you'll go if you need to cool your heels overnight in jail. Betio also has a large number of war relics, after fierce fighting during a major marine assault in November 1943. On Ambo Island the 'greens' of the golf course are rolled sand. Tarawa is one of the most densely populated areas in the Pacific, with a population density similar to Hong Kong's.

Cuisine in Kiribati - Tarawa
Cuisine in Kiribati Culture of Kiribati is rich and colorful and Cuisine in Kiribati is a unique feature of it. Located in the central tropical Pacific Ocean, Kiribati, officially the Republic of Kiribati consists of 33 atolls. Cuisine in Kiribati has fully maintained the health and life of the people. According to the Kiribati inhabitants, a substance, traditionally known as 'te renga', represented the food of ancestors which made the mouth when it was eaten. In fact, this substance was chewed with the leaf of a certain tree. They were conscious of the fact that te renga was meant to keep away ghosts. In Kiribati almost every person has a strong belief that food is a gift of gods and it should be treated with respect. Kiribati Cuisine...

Fishing in Kiribati - Tarawa
Fishing in Kiribati Fishing in Kiribati is a far developed form of adventure sport which has evolved from a very basic way of life lead by the Kiribatians. A simple way of earning living being inhabitant of a coastal area and a land which is enclosed with the water fronts, was mainly fishing. Kiribatians are not only expert in fishing but also the make some mouthwatering fish dishes which are exotic and can not be found in any where else than this land. With time when tourism evolved in Kiribati, fishing in Kiribati has now become a fashion and a leisure activity for the tourists as well as for the natives. Kiribati Adventure sports have one major activity which is enjoyed by the all age group people, different people have different pr...

Religion in Kiribati - Tarawa
Religion in Kiribati Major religious groups include: the Roman Catholic Church, 55 percent; Kiribati Protestant Church, 36 percent; Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons), 3 percent; the Baha'i Faith, 2 percent; and the Seventh-day Adventists, 2 percent. Several of the smaller Christian churches claim to have higher numbers of adherents, but there is no independent confirmation.[1] Persons with no religious affiliation account for less than one percent of the population. Members of the Catholic Church are concentrated in the northern islands, while Protestants are the majority in the southern islands. Missionaries introduced Christianity into the area in the mid-19th century. Missionaries are currently present and operate ...

Handicraft in Kiribati - Tarawa
Handicraft in Kiribati Handicraft centres and shops located on South Tarawa and on Christmas Island provide a variety of local handicrafts for sale to visitors. Some of the handicrafts such as the shark tooth sword, local fans, mat; trays, wood spears, shell vases and a lot more are available at these centres and shops. Handicraft Shops on Tarawa - Irekenrao Handicraft Shop, Bikenibeu, at Kiribati Holidays Building, Kiribati Handicraft and Local Produce Bairiki. Beside these there are some other too. Source:www.visit-kiribati.com