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The sunny island of Kosrae is comprised of crystal clear waters and unspoiled beaches and is simply a dream come true for most travellers. An islander’s life is simply filled with sunny smiles of people, fishing and play. The rest of it is enjoying and relaxing while taking in the scenic beauty of this island. […]

The Federated States of Micronesia is a region of islands situated in the Pacific Ocean, believed to be the home of indigenous people. A land that’s surrounded by corals and has islands formed by volcanic activity, Micronesian islands has a scarcity of land, and prone to droughts and cyclones. Therefore, most of the civilians had […]

The Federated States of Micronesia is a nation of islands that consists of four states; Kosrae, Pohnpei, Chuuk and Yap. Located north of the equator in the western Pacific Ocean, it is comprised of 607 islands. The estimated population according to the United Nations in 2005 is a total of 108,000 where the majority lives […]

The Federated States of Micronesia are made up of scattered islands and located in the West of the Pacific Ocean. It has four island groups comprised of Yap, Pophpei, Kosrae and Chuuk commonly known as the Caroline Islands. An independent island formerly part of Micronesia Palau, is now not considered part of Caroline Islands. Islands […]

Micronesia is filled with natural beauty and stunning sites, some of which include waterfalls and caves galore. There’s so much to experience and much to see on the four islands of the Federated States of Micronesia. Each island besets the next. The main attraction is scuba diving and snorkeling, however, the island offers an array […]

Micronesia is made up of four islands, also known as the Federated States or Caroline Islands. There has been a history of turbulence with much political change and foreign control. Despite international influences from the US government, Spanish and German governments the cultural traditions and heritage of Micronesia has been retained by its inhabitants. The […]