Beru is situated about 270 miles (435 kilometers) southeast of Tarawa, the national capital.
Beru isn't the only spot in this intriguing region that is worth experiencing; avid travelers will be keen to be sure to set aside plenty of time to experience the unique qualities of the surrounding landscapes, cities and cultural attractions. If you're looking for other places to check out, you'll find Nikunau, 35 miles (56 kilometers) to the west, and Onotoa 45 miles (72 kilometers) to the northeast.
Kiribati is a perfect place to explore for those with a passion for open-air museums.
If you feel like it is time to relax try out wildlife watching or shore fishing.
Long-time travelers know that eating what the locals eat is one of the most rewarding ways to truly experience a destination. People in this part of the world often use tuna and coconut in their meals. Don't leave this region without trying out palu sami (baked coconut cream and onions wrapped in taro leaves) and also roasted lobster tails with coconut curry. Sample pandanus (fruit) at the finish of your main dishes. This is popular with locals and tourists. Try a kava (juice made plant roots), an alcohol-free drink of choice.
For many, the world is a book and those who don't spend time traveling read the same page. So plan your holiday today, and make the most of the delights to be found in Kiribati.