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The Republic Of Nauru

Yesterday we wrote an article on the mountainous country of Bhutan. Today, we want to continue with the theme of remote places to visit, but today we wanted to go tropical. This article will be all about The Republic of Nauru. The Republic of Nauru is a small island that is located 2,485 miles Northeast of Australia. Getting to Nauru proves to be quite a challenging task. Bhutan at least had a couple of airports or roads to get you inside the country but Nauru has one way in, by plane. Not only can you see this island only by plane, but Our Airline only flies into Nauru once a week. That means you get some bonus vacation days hanging out in Brisbane, Australia.

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The Republic of Nauru is home to less than 10,000 people. When you land you will have to hitch a ride to wherever you want to go because there is no public transportation. There isn’t a whole lot to do in Nauru besides hangout on the beaches but we were able to uncover some pretty cool hikes and best beaches. Anibare Bay seems to be the highest rated beach on the island. Coming in at number two is the Buada Lagoon. What I really like about Nauru is the idea of seclusion. Not many people are going to wait a week in Australia just to fly to a remote island, especially a remote island without transportation.

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There is more to Nauru than just beautiful beaches and bragging rights that you have been to a totally remote place. If you explore the jungles you may just stumble upon some old WWII Japanese weaponry. There is a hike to the Central Plateau which takes roughly three hours to finish. This is another remote location that is well worth the adventure of getting there.

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