Micronesia

Driving Directions Micronesia

MICRONESIA was formerly part of the US-administered UN Trust Territory of the Pacific, known as the Caroline Islands, and became independent in 1990. This self-governing republic consists of around 600 islands in the Caroline Islands Archipelago, scattered across the western Pacific Ocean roughly 4,025 kilometers or 2,500 miles southwest of Hawaii.

There are four states: Yap, Chuuk (was Truk), Pohnpeé, and to the extreme east, Kosrae.

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Marshall Islands

Driving Directions Marshall Islands

MARSHALL ISLANDS is an archipelago of over 1,000 atolls and islets in eastern Micronesia to Kiribati‘s northwest in the western Pacific Ocean, which were almost uninhabited until the 1880s. The cli­mate is tropical maritime with little temperature variation, and rainfall is at its heaviest from July to October.

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Kiribati

Driving Directions Kiribati

KIRIBATI is a republic in Micronesia that comprises three coral atolls, and one isolated volcanic island spread over a vast expanse of the central Pacific. The group includes the former Gilbert Islands, the Phoenix Islands (now Rawaki), and the southern Line Islands. Until independence from Great Britain in 1979, it was named the Gilbert and Ellice Islands.

The capital, Bairiki, is located on an atoll, Tarawa, and the most significant island is Kiritimati, formerly known as Christmas Island.

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French Polynesia

Driving Directions French Polynesia

FRENCH POLYNESIA is an island territory whose links with France mean a relatively high standard of living for its citizens. It consists of 5 separate archipelagoes whose islands scattered between the Cook Islands to the west and the Pitcairn Islands to the east over 4 million square kilometers or 1.5 million square miles of the south­east Pacific Ocean. Most of the islands are mountainous and volcanic, but some are low-lying coral atolls.

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Fiji

Driving Directions Fiji

FIJI is a part of Melanesia and comprises more than 800 islands, only about 100 inhabited. It is one of the largest nations in the western Pacific and situated around the 180° International Date Line and about 17° south of the Equator. The two main islands, Viti Levu and Vanua Levu, are extinct volcanoes, and most of the islands in the group fringed with coral reefs.

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Palikir Google maps

Palikir is one of the most populated cities in Micronesia, and at the same time, this city is the capital of this country. Located in Oceania, you may find the city easily with the following GPS coordinates: 06.55N latitude / 158.09E longitude. For routing in Palikir, please check the free driving directions Palikir service below.

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Nukuʻalofa Google maps

Nukuʻalofa is one of the most populated cities in Tonga, and at the same time, this city is the capital of this country. Located in Oceania, you may find the city easily with the following GPS coordinates: 21.10S latitude / 174.00W longitude. For routing in Nukuʻalofa, please check the free driving directions Nukuʻalofa service below.

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Melekeok Google maps

Melekeok is one of the most populated cities in Palau, and at the same time, this city is the capital of this country. Located in Oceania, you may find the city easily with the following GPS coordinates: 07.20N latitude / 134.28E longitude. For routing in Melekeok, please check the free driving directions Melekeok service below.

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