Things to Do in Wallis and Futuna

Wallis and Futuna is an overseas community of France consisting of two small island groupings in Polynesia, near Fiji and Samoa. Wallis and Futuna comprise two archipelagoes: Hoorn Islands group (also known as the Futuna Islands, and as Îles Horne) and the Wallis Islands group (also known as 'Uvea, as is Wallis Island).

The islands are volcanic in origin, with low hills, and fringing reefs. The highest point is Mont Singavi, at 765 m. The climate is tropical: hot, rainy season (November to April); cool, dry season (May to October); rains 2,500-3,000 mm per year (80% humidity); average temperature 26.6 degrees C.
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