Top things to do in Funafuti:
14kms wide and 18kms long, Funafuti Lagoon is an amazing location for swimming and snorkeling.
Funafuti Marine Conservation Area:
This protected marine park, consisting of six tiny islets, is home to numerous tropical fish, sea birds and turtles.
The second most populated island in the atoll, Funafala has no shops, but treats visitors to a range of traditional buildings with thatched roofs can be seen virtually everywhere on the island.
Experience the culture:
Watch a game of kilikiti, a local version of cricket, or te ano, a much-loved traditional ball game reminiscent of volleyball.
Stand on the spot that made Tuvalu the focus of international scientific attention almost 100 years ago, when an expedition from London drilled far into the ground to prove Charles Darwin's theory on the formation of coral atolls.