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Flights to Futuna Island (Wallis & Futuna)

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Futuna Island is part of the French overseas collectivity of Wallis and Futuna, located in the South Pacific Ocean. It's the largest island in the Horne Islands, known for its remote beauty and traditional Polynesian culture. Futuna is a volcanic island with lush green landscapes, fringed by a beautiful reef. The highest point on the island is Mont Puke, at 524 meters. Futuna's main attraction is its remoteness and traditional way of life. The island has a population of around 10,000 people and life moves at a slower pace here. Visitors can experience Polynesian culture firsthand, by attending village festivals or watching traditional dances. Hiking, fishing and diving are other popular activities on the island.

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Airports near Futuna Island

There are multiple ways to reach Futuna Island - here are 4 airports you can use to get to Futuna Island.

Hihifo Airport

This is the main airport serving Futuna Island in Wallis and Futuna. It is a commercial passenger airport located in the village of Vele, approximately 5 kilometres from the capital, Matā'utu. It offers flights to and from Nouméa, New Caledonia.

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La Tontouta International Airport

If you are travelling from an international destination, you can fly to La Tontouta International Airport in Nouméa, New Caledonia. It is the main international airport in New Caledonia and offers connections to Hihifo Airport in Futuna Island. The distance between La Tontouta and Hihifo Airport is approximately 1,200 kilometres, so a connecting flight is required.

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Faleolo International Airport

For travellers coming from further away, Faleolo International Airport in Apia, Samoa, is another option. It is a regional airport that offers connections to Hihifo Airport. The distance between Faleolo and Hihifo Airport is approximately 1,500 kilometres, so a connecting flight is necessary.

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Nadi International Airport

If you are travelling from a different region, Nadi International Airport in Nadi, Fiji, is another option. It is a major international airport that offers connections to Hihifo Airport. The distance between Nadi and Hihifo Airport is approximately 1,800 kilometres, so a connecting flight is required.

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Things to do in Futuna Island

In a city full of many sights to see, we've picked out our top 3 must-sees:

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Poi Basilica

This prominent landmark is a must-visit for anyone interested in Futuna's history and culture. Built on the site where Saint Peter Chanel was martyred, it's a beautiful basilica that holds cultural significance for the people of Futuna. The architecture is a blend of Polynesian and European styles, and the interior is decorated with intricate carvings and stained glass windows.

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Loka Cave

This archaeological site is a fascinating glimpse into Futuna's past. Located on the island of Alofi, the cave contains ancient artefacts and petroglyphs, offering clues about the lives of the island's early inhabitants. The hike to the cave is a bit challenging, but the views from the top are worth it.

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Cannibal Oven at Lafua

This historical site is a reminder of Futuna's cannibalistic past. The oven, made of large stones, was used to cook human flesh during tribal wars. While a dark part of history, it's an important aspect of Futuna's culture to understand. This site is best visited with a guide who can explain the history and cultural significance of the cannibal oven.

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