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Scuba diving in Kiribati

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Diving in Kiribati

Quick facts

  • Kiribati is far away and hard to get to but, on the upside, its untouristed.
  • Many of the atolls are inhabited; most of them are very low-lying and at risk from rising sea levels.
  • Yellow fever vaccination certificate is required from travellers over 1 year of age coming from infected areas.

When to go

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Water temperature

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What to see

Kiribati but English is the official language
Australian $
GMT +12
Tropical marine, hot and humid moderated by trade winds
Natural hazards:
Typhoons can occur at any time but usually between November and March. Occasional tornadoes.
Diving season:
Year round
Water temperature:
28C/82F (year round)
Air temperature:
28C/82F (year round)


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