What to see in Nauru and what documents are needed to enter the country
In the middle of the Pacific Ocean, on a small coral island in the depths of Oceania, lies the republic with the picturesque name of Nauru. The island is a plateau with sandy beaches and coral reefs. The average temperature in Nauru is 27 degrees Celsius. The rainy season starts in December and lasts until the early spring.
Holidays in Nauru will appeal to those who like outback resorts and extreme tourism. The local beaches are known for their cleanliness and tranquillity. The coastline offers windsurfing, yachting, and snorkeling. Nauru is also a popular diving destination for coral reefs, underwater caves, and shipwrecks.
Entry regulations for Nauru
Entry to Nauru is visa entry for all foreigners. A tourist visa to Nauru can be applied for upon arrival in the country on the basis of a pre-issued permit from the Nauru Immigration Service. Please note that the permit process can take up to 20 days.
The documents required for a visa to Nauru will be:
1. A passport, valid for more than 6 months;
2. Application form;
3. 2 color photos 3,5*4,5;
4. Certificate of employment;
5. Certificate from the bank showing the balance in the account;
6. An invitation corresponding to the purpose of the trip.
What to see in Nauru
You can start your journey by walking around the entire island, fortunately, it's disastrously small, so it shouldn't be too difficult. The Parliament Building is worth a visit. The National Museum of Nauru is interesting inside and out. Lake Buada, the subterranean Mokuaval Pool, the top plateau, and Nauru's highest peak are all definitely worth your attention.
Diving is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Nauru. Nauru's ecosystem has been devastated by phosphate mining, but there is a chance for recovery. Beginner divers should choose to dive around Ivo Harbour and on the northeastern coast.
Sport fishing is also a major tourist destination in Nauru. The waters off the coast are rich in marlin and yellowfin tuna.
Transport to Nauru
The best way to get around Nauru is on foot or by car. You can either rent a car or ask locals for a lift.
You can hire a car or ask locals for a ride to the island. Inland there is a small branch off to the Buada area.
Cars can be rented from locals and from the hotel.
There are no public transport or taxis on the island.
Some hotels arrange transfers for arriving and departing guests.
There are no restrictions on bringing in or taking out currency using cash or traveller's cheques. If you are over 17 you may bring with you up to 200 cigarettes (up to 100 cigarillos, 50 cigars, 250g cigarettes), 0.5kg of coffee beans, 250ml of lotion, and 50ml of perfume. Spirits (22 degrees or higher) - 1 liter or less, fortified wine - 2 liters or less, table wine and sparkling wine - the same amount. Other consumer goods may not exceed €175 for an adult and €90 for a child.
Pets may enter only with a rabies vaccination certificate from the International Veterinary Clinic.
The simultaneous stay of visitors in the hotel lobby not more than one person per 10 square meters of serviceable area is allowed.
Persons can visit hotels and stay there (outside hotel room) only if they wear respirator or face mask (including homemade mask), so that the nose and mouth are covered.
Hotel guests are obliged to keep the 1.5 meters distance.
Online check-in making in advance is recommended to avoid queues at check-in to hotel.
Meals in hotels are provided through meals delivery service to rooms upon prior order or at hotel restaurants situated inside or in open areas, provided the distance of at least 1.5 meters between seats at adjacent tables.
Not more than 4 clients are allowed to stay at the table (excluding children under 14 years old). Unless these tables are separated by a special partition;
Self-serve is not allowed.