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The sun stays out most of the way, we spot a manta and a few shoals of fish, the sea is like a warm bath and the islands picture perfect little Robinson Crusoe dots. The boatmen spend most of their time in hammocks or sitting...More
The boat is very basic, no life wests and plastic chairs are used. The transfer to the island can be rough, but it's worth it. We went to three spots, a very small island you can walk around in 10 min, a village with a...More
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Ask to visit here on the first day you arrive. If they tell you they don't want to take you, they won't.. they'll blame the weather, they don't want to go in the rain, but...More
A day trip to the conservation area is a must if you are visiting Funafuti. Boats can be arranged through the City Council or the hotel. One can watch the marine life just from the shore. We saw small sharks and turtles. If you take...More
We went on a boat trip with 5 tourist who where visiting Funafuti. After negotiating we ended up paying 150 AUD for the trip in total. The trip wasn't organised at all. First we had to wait for two hours before we left, then we...More
We travelled to the Conservation Area in a little outboard with two guides. The islands are beautiful - lushly forested and full of birdlife. The sea was so clean and clear and 5 metres from the sand the water was full of coral in rainbow...More