Tokelau

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About Country

Capital
None (each atoll has its own administrative center)
Population
Approximately 1,500 people (2021 estimate)
Population Density
136 people per square kilometer
GDP
N/A (Tokelau is heavily reliant on financial assistance from New Zealand)
Language
Tokelauan and English are both official languages
Currency
New Zealand dollar (NZD)
National Dish
Fish and coconut cream are staple foods in Tokelauan cuisine
Religion
Christianity is the predominant religion in Tokelau
Climate
Tokelau has a tropical climate with year-round warm temperatures and occasional cyclones
Main Industries
Fishing and agriculture
Level of Development
Tokelau is classified as a least developed country
Area
Approximately 10 square kilometers

Escape to the paradise of Tokelau 🇹🇰, a remote island chain with untouched beaches 🏖️, vibrant coral reefs 🐠, and friendly locals. Experience a truly relaxing getaway in this Pacific gem!

Tonga is a Polynesian country consisting of over 170 islands, located in the South Pacific Ocean. The country is known for its stunning beaches, coral reefs, and unique culture.

Main Attractions

Some interesting facts about Tokelau include:

  • 1

    Tokelau is one of the most remote places in the world, with the nearest major land mass being Samoa, over 500 kilometers away.

  • 2

    Tokelau is a leader in renewable energy, with solar panels and coconut biofuel providing almost all of its electricity needs.

  • 3

    The traditional way of life in Tokelau is based on a communal, subsistence economy with strong cultural traditions.

  • 4

    Tokelau is home to many endangered species, including the hawksbill turtle and the Polynesian rat.

  • 5

    Tokelau's atolls are surrounded by some of the world's most pristine coral reefs, making it a popular destination for scuba diving and snorkeling.

These are just a few examples of the unique aspects of Tokelau's culture and environment.

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