Last updated: 8 April 2018
Tuvalu is one of the earth’s lowest-lying island chains. These remote islands in the Pacific Ocean, halfway between Australia and Hawaii, see very few tourists to their shores. In fact, according to the United Nations World Tourism Organisation this is one of the least visited places on earth.

The lagoon in the capital, Funafuti, offers excellent diving, snorkelling and swimming. Take a boat trip to the other islands and find lagoons and reefs untouched by other human beings. With little infrastructure, this country is the typical Lost island getaway.  

Scientists calculate that these islands could be the first to succumb to global warming, disappearing under the water and off the face of the earth.


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