Arorae Island Vacations
But of course, there is more to Kiribati than just Arorae Island, so schedule in some time to tour the region's cities, attractions and landscapes.
Experience a little culture, learning and lore with a little sunshine and fresh air at Kiribati's open-air museums.
This region has a number of excellent places for scuba diving, so be sure you leave time to fit that in. Freediving is another popular watersport here.
Experienced travellers know that a region's culinary arts are a wonderful way to truly experience a destination. Two of the region's key cooking ingredients are tuna and coconut. Follow the lead of the locals and try palu sami (baked coconut cream and onions wrapped in taro leaves) or roasted lobster tails with coconut curry. Kiribati is the perfect place to fill up on mouthwatering pandanus (fruit). Kava (juice made plant roots) is a popular non-alcoholic drink here.
Take note, if you plan to be in Kiribati around the 12th of July, Independence Day will be celebrated then and some attractions may have changed opening hours.
The world is a book and those that don't travel get stuck on the same page. So plan your holiday today, and enjoy the delights to be found in Kiribati.