Aranuka Vacation Packages
Tarawa, the country's capital, is located 90 miles (145 kilometers) northwest of Aranuka.
To experience Kiribati in all it's richness, head off and experience the natural and cultural sights around Aranuka.
Ask those who live in the area their sightseeing recommendations, they'll often point you in the direction of Kiribati's fabulous open-air museums.
This region offers a range of laid-back activities. Why not spend some time wildlife watching or beach combing and feel your stresses melt away.
Learn about the foods in Kiribati by exploring typical local dishes. Ingredients typically found in many Kiribati kitchens are tuna and coconut. Of course, no journey through Kiribati would be finished without experiencing the delights of palu sami (baked coconut cream and onions wrapped in taro leaves) and roasted lobster tails with coconut curry. After the main course dishes are cleared away order the delicious pandanus (fruit). If you are looking for something refreshing, kava (juice made plant roots) is a good choice.
Much of Aranuka acknowledges Independence Day on the 12th of July, so be prepared for changes to visitor attraction opening hours and transport schedules.
A wise person once said: that it is far better to see a place once than to be told about it a million times. With its breathtaking vistas and friendly people, Aranuka will more than live up to your expectations.