Tuvalu: Fuagea Island in Funafuti Conservation Area

Funafuti Conservation Area protects six uninhabited islands on the western side of the atoll with incredible reef, birdlife, plant life, marine animals, and land crabs. The westernmost islet – Fuagea – is perhaps the prettiest: palms sway in the middle, hundreds of rare birds fly around or nest in the palms (black noddies, boobies, tropicbirds), the island can be circumnavigated in a 15-minute walk, the beach is wide and perfect, and snorkeling is great pretty much anywhere you step off. This is where you wanna be “lost” and become a “survivor”