Situated in the Polynesian ocean, between the islands of Fiji to the west, the islands of Samoa to the east, and the islands of Tonga to the southeast, Wallis and Futuna remain definitively different.
Did you know that these are veritable kingdoms in the republic? In effect, Uvea, Alo and Sigave are three kingdoms governed by three kings.
On these islands, art is the business of women: only their expert hands know the secrets of this age-old savoir-faire. The most beautiful testimonies to this artistic millennium-old tradition are the “tapas,” panes of bark decorated with paintings of vegetables, sculptures, and seashell necklaces.
Also superb, the vegetation offers an incredible mélange of bread trees, coconut trees, mango trees, papaya trees… all along the roads that lead you to the natural, enchanted countryside or surprising historic sites. Once you arrive, you will have the surprise of being able to admire the crater lakes where you swim under refreshing waterfalls.
Le Mont Puké
The Loka cave