The furthest flung countries on our planet are in Oceania, dropped into the Pacific hundreds or thousands of miles away. Places like Kiribati, where few travelers have the chance to visit. It’s incredibly difficult to get to by plane, and underdeveloped in tourism, drawing fewer of the luxury travelers who could afford to get there in the first place.
Whereas I could easily find hundreds of blog posts and resources on New Zealand, finding bloggers who had been to Kiribati and had updated information and a respectful writing style was extremely difficult. Most of the links included below are from official tourism websites rather than small blogs.
Pronounced Kiri-bas. Officially the Republic of Kiribati, formerly the Gilbert Islands before they gained independence as the Republic of Kiribati on 12 July 1979 and split into Kiribati and Tuvalu.
LANGUAGE: English, Gilbertese
CURRENCY: Australian dollar (AUD)
In the language of the Republic of Kiribati, the letters “t-i” are pronounced with an ‘s’ sound.CN Traveler
Here’s everything you need to plan a trip to Kiribati! So what are you waiting for?
KIRIBATI GUIDES, ITINERARIES, & ATTRACTIONS
Things to do in Kiribati (Kiribati For Travellers)
Kiribati Experiences – World War II (Kiribati For Travellers)
COSTS TO TRAVEL KIRIBATI
Costs of Living in Kiribati (Expatistan)
Find Your Place to Stay On Our Beautiful Islands (Visit Kiribati)
People, Culture & Heritage (Visit Kiribati)
Kiribati Culture (Kiribati For Travellers)
About the Food of Kiribati (Global Table Adventure)
National Dish of Kiribati (National Foods)
Golden Rules 4 Your Stay (Visit Kiribati)
How to Get Here (Visit Kiribati)