Kiribati, officially the Republic of Kiribati is an island nation located in the central tropical Pacific Ocean. The name Kiribati is local variants of “Gilbert's” derived from Kiribati per-independence name, The Gilbert Islands. This really is crowded as the beaches get in Kiribati, mainly because tourists are very few here and far between. The Republic of Kiribati stretches nearly 4,000 kms east to west and just over 2,000 km north to south, but is located right in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.
Kiribati Beach is a more sprinkling of far flung coral atolls than dry land, more deep blue ocean than sandy beach, more coconut trees than people. Though there is endless argument about this, it is generally agreed that every year the first dawn rises over the beaches of Millennium Island, in the tiny pacific republic of Kiribati Islands.
Tourists enjoy the beaches of Kiribati because of the fact that there are 33 low lying coral atolls, subdivided into the Gilbert Islands, the Phoenix and the Line Islands. Moreover the climate of this place is soothing as it varies from 25C and 33C. The wet season is December to May. The gentle sea breeze is prominent from the eastern quarter.
Besides these, while in Kiribati Islands one can go for half day to full day trips on fishing, scuba diving and bird watching. Kiribati Beach is situated in the heart of the beautiful sunshine coast. No one really likes a beach to be unclean but there is some rubbish news according to the united nations news from Kiribati. Once a source of bad publicity and an eyesore to the beautiful Kiribati Beaches, discarded beer and soft drink cans, bottles and other solid waste problems are now being effectively emphasized. This rubbish is being made into viable sustainable business venture that is cleaning the Kiribati environment while contributing to the economy.
Though not visited by tourists frequently, Kiribati Beaches offer a wide range of spectacular scenery and enchanting beauty. A true traveler will thus surely like this beach not because of the remoteness but because it is an unseen mystery.