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Introduction to Wallis Island

Wallis Island in the Wallis and Futuna Islands is a flat jungle island with a lagoon dotted with tiny islands and several crater lakes and archaeological sites. It is located about 150 miles north of Fatuna Island and Alofi Island. Wallis Island is also known as "Uvea".

Quick Facts About Wallis Island
- Area: About 78 kilometers square
- Circumference: 50 kilometers
- Districts: Hihifo, Hahake, and Mua
- Highest Point: Mount Loka (131 meters)
- Population: About 10,000 in 2003

Attractions on Wallis Island
- Mata-Utu Village (Capital of Wallis and Futuna)
- Talietumu Archaeological Site
- Mata Utu Cathedral
- Lake Lalolalo
- Tooga Toto Ruins

Wikipedia "Wallis Island" Article

See also
Other Wallis and Futuna Islands
Wallis and Futuna Travel Guide
Oceania Travel Guide

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