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Welcome to Tokelau

Introducing Tokelau

Tokelau is located in the South Pacific Ocean. The atolls lie north of the Samoan Islands, east of Tuvalu, south of the Phoenix Islands, southwest of the more distant Line Islands and northwest of the Cook Islands. The Tokelau Islands is an island group is made up of three flat, coral atolls - Atafu, Nukunonu and Fakaofo, with reef islands around their lagoons. They are home to a small population of hardy souls who live an almost subsistence lifestyle in very crowded conditions. The main recreational activities are swimming and snorkeling in the lagoons and coral reefs.   More more

Tokelau is located in the South Pacific Ocean. The atolls lie north of the Samoan Islands, east of Tuvalu, south of the Phoenix Islands, southwest of the more distant Line Islands and northwest of the Cook Islands. The Tokelau Islands is an island group is made up of three flat, coral atolls - Atafu, Nukunonu and Fakaofo, with reef islands around their lagoons. They are home to a small population of hardy souls who live an almost subsistence lifestyle in very crowded conditions. The main recreational activities are swimming and snorkeling in the lagoons and coral reefs. During a special event, such as a holiday or pageant, tourists may be treated to performances such as traditional singing and dancing. The main three islands Atafu, Nukunonu and Fakaofo has the their own identity, Atafu is famous for the Fishing, cones and the most attractive and the full of the traditional cultured villages, which makes the atolls too attractive and make people to visit the island. Nukunonu is Beautifully situated on the southern-western edge of the lagoon, the landscape of Fale (Village) settlement is uniquely structured. Each house is built on a "Square" land plot where four stoned-roads surround each house. Fakaofo Island is also famous for the natural and the unspoiled beauty. The best months to travel to Tokelau are from April to October. Between November and January, ships are usually full of students and other Tokelauans living abroad and returning to celebrate the Christmas with their families. December to March is cyclone season, when the trip from Samoa could be rough.   More less

Cities of Tokelau