Cheap flights from Nauru

Nauru, officially the Republic of Nauru and formerly known as Pleasant Island, is a small island located in the South Pacific Ocean, south of the Marshall Islands. It is the smallest state in the South Pacific and the second smallest state by population in the world. It is the smallest independent republic ion the world. Its de facto capital is Yaren and the official languages spoken are Nauruan (native) and English. Nauru experiences a tropical climate, with some rain occurring between November and February.

Where to go

Yaren District, formerly known as Makwa/Moqua, is a district and constituency of the Pacific nation of Nauru, situated in the south of the island. It is home to several government offices, including the Parliament House, National Stadium, Australian High Commission and Taiwanese Embassy, police station, earth station, administration offices, and the airport. It has very limited tourist attractions, little is known, save for Moqua Well, a small underground lake that was used as the primary source of drinking water for inhabitants of Nauru during World War II. Nearby are the Moqua Caves, a series of underground caves below Yaren.

Other places worth seeing in Nauru are Anibare Bay’s tropical beaches; Anibare Harbour, which was largely financed by the Japanese government; and the Buada Lagoon, Nauru’s only body of water on the island – a stunning area in the lower middle of the island, and has a freshwater lagoon surrounded on all sides by dense palm trees and other vegetation. Note that it’s not suitable for swimming as the water is dirty, but nevertheless, still picture-worthy.

About four hours and a half by plane from Nauru International Airport in Yaren, Nauru is Brisbane, Australia. It is the capital of the state of Queensland in Australia.

The farthest destination that Nauru Airlines serve is Brisbane in Australia, which takes about four to five hours only. For long haul flights, it is advised to book a connecting flight to other major airports outside the country. Notable places to visit in the city include Brisbane City Hall and King George Square, Brisbane’s most significant historical landmark; Museum of Brisbane, which exhibits works of local artists and the city’s history; City Botanic Gardens, which has tours about the park’s history, and has plenty of walking and cycling tracks; Commissariat Store, one of the city’s oldest buildings, which show exhibitions about Brisbane’s history; Queensland Cultural Centre, home to The Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Queensland Museum, Queensland Art Gallery, Gallery of Modern Art (GoMA), and State Library of Queensland; South Bank, which was formerly the site of World Expo '88; Alma Park Zoo; Manly Boat Harbour, the nearest access point from Brisbane city to Moreton Bay; and Mt Coot-tha, the tallest mountain in the city.

How to get out

Nauru International Airport is the only airport on the island. At present, it serves four international destinations – Brisbane (Australia), Majuro (Marshall Islands), Nadi (Fiji), and Tarawa (Kiribati) – via Nauru Airlines.

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