Welcome to Nauru, one of the smallest and most remote nations in the world. They became independent in the 1960s and are located in the southwest Pacific Ocean, east of Papua New Guinea. Nauru is an island that is only 21 square kilometers in size and has only 8,000 inhabitants, most of them living in the largest city, Yaren District.

Yaren District is the main economic and transportation hub and is home to Nauru’s parliament and government, as well as the second largest city, Boe, with a population of about 3,500. There are two other towns in Nauru: Meneng, with a population of about 2,200, and Anabar, with a population of about 1,200.

The beautiful landscape of Nauru is the biggest highlight the island has to offer. The beaches are picturesque and the numerous natural attractions such as Anibare Bay, Mount Nauru and the more than 20 lakes are a perfect destination for anyone visiting Nauru. There are also several attractions you can visit in Nauru, including the Nauru National Centre, the Nauru Museum, Nauru House, the UNESCO World Heritage Site and the Nauru Bird Park.

Nauru’s culture and traditions are also unique and there are many events and festivals you can participate in, such as Nauru Cultural Day, Nauru Flag Day and Nauru Independence Day.

When it comes to eating in Nauru, be sure to try the local cuisine. The dishes are mostly simple but very tasty seafood dishes prepared with fresh seafood. There is also a wide variety of Asian and European dishes served in some of the best restaurants in the region.

Overall, Nauru is a wonderful place to spend a relaxing vacation and explore its beauty and culture. There are many sights and activities that you can experience and there is also a great selection of local dishes that you can only find in Nauru. We hope you will enjoy your stay on this beautiful island.

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