Extraordinary Nauru is a tiny island with a big history and even bigger hospitality. Nauru is located in the deep, blue Pacific Ocean waters north of the Solomon Islands. An uplifted coral formation, Nauru is just 21 kilometres square and lies some 40 kilometres south of the Equator. One of the smallest nations on earth, with a mostly Micronesian population of around 9,000 people, Nauru offers travellers a truly unique Pacific Island visit. Discover excellent deep sea fishing, scuba dive amazing ocean depths, take a tour of the island’s past economic mainstay the phosphate mines or simply experience a holiday in a world far from your own.
Good things come in small packages
Nauru is indeed a tiny island nation. Remember to treat it with care. When taking a vacation on an isolated coral atoll-like Nauru, it is important to remember that many of the resources necessary to sustain the island are imported. Even natural fresh water is limited so electricity and drinking water is at a premium.
What to bring on your holiday
Remember to bring beach wear for swimming but also conservative wear for visits around the island. Sturdy shoes for a visit to the phosphate interior is a good idea, as is some light wet weather gear for tropical rain. Sun block, insect repellent, and all the other Pacific Island necessities would be a good idea; however, there are shops on the island to provide some of these products.
Nauru’s weather is tropical with temperatures ranging between 24.4 Celsius and 33.9 Celsius. Heat is kept temperate by cooling sea breezes. The tropical weather has a monsoonal pattern, with a rainy season from November to February. North-east trade winds blow from March to October, and the average humidity is 80%.
Nauru boasts 30 kilometres of coastline, ringed on all sides by the incredible expanse of the Pacific Ocean. Sandy beaches rise to a fertile coastal belt around raised coral reefs. The interior is a raised, unique moonscape made up of limestone pinnacles.
Birdwatchers will enjoy plenty of native seabird sights. Surrounding deep water provides accessible deep sea game fishing for tuna, marlin, skipjack, barracuda and much more. Natural vegetation includes pandanus trees, coconut palms, tomano trees and the Pacific’s most recognised flower, the beautiful frangipani. The land surrounding the Buada lagoon is used to grow some vegetables and bananas.
Public holidays on Nauru
- Independence Day 31 January
- Constitution Day 17 May
- National Youth Day 25 September
- Angam Day 26 October
- Statutory holidays: New Year’s Day (1 January), Christmas Day (25 December), Easter (Good Friday, Easter Monday and Tuesday)
Hotels on Nauru
Menen Hotel Nauru
Menen Hotel takes pride and pleasure in providing its guests with accommodation with a spectacular view of the pacific ocean through large seaside windows, combined with our warm and friendly Pacific Island hospitality.
We have standard rooms, ocean view rooms, suites, and grand suites overlooking the sunrise each morning seven days a week. All 101 rooms are air-conditioned and are serviced daily, offering complimentary tea and coffee facilities.
Game fishing Boat
Equatorial Game Fishing Charters
Nauru has always been known to be situated in one of the best fishing grounds on earth. The different depths of up to 2000 meters just from the shores of the island attract big game fishing species such as Yellowfin Tuna, Marlin, Wahoo, Sailfish and more. All, which can be caught all year round!!
Equatorial Gamefishing Charters offer the best fishing experiences you could have in Nauru. Our charters are booked on a daily basis, scheduled on the half day and full day trips.
Both our fishing boats, Big Day Out & True Blue are fully equipped with the best fishing gear on the island. Our captain Gavin is locally known to be the fishing master and our deckhand Peter as the game fishing Guru. All our crew members are very professional and experienced.
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Sunset on Nauru