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Nauru is a tiny island nation in the Pacific Ocean, north east of Papua New Guinea. Its capital is Yaren. The island has rich phosphate deposits, but has been mostly mined out. There is not much tourism in Nauru, the only attractions being tours of the old phosphate mines and scuba diving.
Tips for: backpackers • business travelers • luxury/exotic travel • hitchhikers • families • seniors • LBG travelers • pet owners
Hotels and lodging
The Menen Hotel offers the highest spec accommodation. Others include the Od-n Aiwo Hotel and Ianepe court. See http://www.discovernauru.com/nauru/export/sites/NTO/Accommodation/index.html for details.
While many expect the Pacific to be a beachy paradise, unfortunately, Nauru is the exact opposite. While Nauru isn't a beachy paradise, that does not mean that there is nothing in Nauru. Because it is home to some World War II history buffs and urbexers.
However, here's a list of things that you can see:
- Buada Lagoon
- Aiwo Harbour
- or Anibare Bay
Maps and transportation
Getting to Nauru
Practical information and resources
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