Kiribati is an island group in Micronesia straddling the equator and, until 1995, the International Date Line. Kiribati's 33 atolls, with a total area of only 811 km², are scattered over an area of 3.5 million km².
Popular in Kiribati
Butaritari atoll is known as the first island to have the Japanese and the Americans fierce involvement during the 2nd World War.
The Gilbert Islands are in Kiribati. The Gilbert Islands are all in the UTC+12 time zone and lie either side of the Equator.
Abaiang is an island in Kiribati. Perfectly situated close and next door to the capital, Tarawa, it is the first island popping up out of a traveller’s or expatriate’s mind when looking for other choices of island for hideaways.
Marakei is an island in Kiribati. Marakei Island is unique among the islands in the Gilbert Group for being the island with a deep blue lagoon located in the middle of it.
Tarawa is an atoll in the central Pacific Ocean, and the location of the capital of Kiribati.
The Phoenix Islands is an island group in Kiribati. The main island is this region is Kanton Island.