interesting facts about Kiribati

interesting facts about kiribati

interesting facts about kiribati

Today’s world travel is Caribbean

The country consists of a total of 35 islands

Of these 35 islands, 20 are inhabited

Karibati is one of the most interesting islands in the world

According to experts, these islands will soon sink
Caribbean is the only country in the world to enter the New Year for the first time.

Due to lack of natural resources, Caribbean is one of the poorest countries in the world
The Caribbean is the only country in the world that is half north, southeast and west

 facts about kiribati

The total area of ​​Kiribati is 811 square kilometers

The total population of the Caribbean country is 122,000
Kiribati is 2900 km from Gilbert Islands

Gilbert has a total of 16 islands that are part of the Caribbean.
Gilbert Islands make up 50% of Caribbean’s total population

The maximum height of these islands is 6 feet above sea level
The highest point is at 300 feet

It is estimated that Caribbean will sink in the next 50 years
So the government here has bought some land from Fiji and started settling its citizens there
The closest countries to the Caribbean are Hawaii, Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia and Peru.

The capital of Kiribati is South Trava, a city spread over just 16 square kilometers

The city has a total population of about 50,000
As Caribbean is a poor country, about 40% of the population lives below the poverty line
The population of this peninsular country is very obese
About half of Caribbean’s population is obese
Birth rates throughout the world have dropped dramatically already

facts about kiribati


Women here give birth to only two children in a lifetime
A woman gives birth to her first child at an average age of 23
About 2,000 new babies are born each year in Caribbean
And about a thousand people die every year.

47% of the country’s population lives in cities and 53% in rural areas.
The average human age in Caribbean is 65 years
Caribbean gained independence from Britain on July 12, 1979
In Caribbean, women were given the right to vote in 1967

Kiribati joined the United Nations on September 14, 1999.
The last execution in Caribbean was in 1979
Kiribati covers 22 square kilometers of forest
Which is 2.7% of the total area.


The currency of the Caribbean is the Australian dollar
Due to the weak soil and climate change, it is very difficult to cultivate crops on the island.
But there is plenty of marine life on the island

Which are used as food

Due to global warming, sea level is rising day by day.
Contamination is increasing due to the addition of salt water to fresh water
Due to which the water here is not even drinkable
Unfortunately, there is no waste disposal system
According to a United Nations report, the country’s wildlife is most at risk
Pollution in various ways is destroying the living standards of the people of this country
The majority of Caribbean’s population is Christian
In Caribbean, people of almost every religion enjoy freedom
Two small islands in the Caribbean were submerged due to rising sea levels.
The Gulbenz language is widely spoken here

English is the second most spoken language here
Once upon a time, the Caribbean was a laboratory for stolen weapons
The bride has to look her best during this time, because of posterity more than anything else
This test is done to see if the bride is a virgin or not

Caribbean has the highest child mortality rate.
Education is very important in Caribbean

A 6-year-old child must be enrolled in school
About 20% of children in Caribbean receive a higher education
Diseases such as tuberculosis, liver cancer and AIDS are the leading causes of death in Caribbean.

kiribati history

The people of Caribbean have a lot to do with culture

Human settlements in the Caribbean date back thousands of years
It was inhabited for the first time by people of Austronesian descent
And that’s about 3000 BC

Europeans arrived here around the 18th century and made these islands part of the Colonial Islands.
During the 19th century, a large number of Europeans turned to these islands
About 10,000 people were evacuated during the period

Most of them could not return

1943 Gilbert Islands are occupied by Japan during World War II
These islands were occupied by Japan until 1945
Kiribati gained independence from Britain on July 2, 1979
Kiribati’s first election was held in 1982
In 2002, the country passed a strange law
In which the publication of all newspapers in the country was banned
For the next six years, from 1997, Britain also used the islands for nuclear tests

kiribati facts interesting

Due to which these islands are still suffering from environmental pollution
The Caribbean flag consists of white and 6 blue green zebra stripes
The red and local birds are shown at the top of the flag
There is only one road in the whole of southern Traua

Which is in a very bad condition

It is the third country in the world where very few tourists travel
The number of tourists traveling to Caribbean annually is only 6,000

Until 1985, there was no political party of any kind in Caribbean
On the contrary, the candidates here used to participate in the elections as independents
It is one of the 22 countries in the world that does not have an army

fun facts

There are a total of 3400 vehicles in Kiribati
The total length of roads in Kiribati is 670 km
There are a total of 19 airports in the Caribbean
There are no rivers of any kind on these islands

The full name of this country is Republic of Caribbean
Being a peninsular country, the land border of Ker Bati does not meet any country
The Caribbean islands stretch 2,000 km from north to south and 4,000 km from east to west.
The Caribbean is on the list of countries that have not recorded a negative temperature to date
340 square kilometers of agricultural land in Kiribati
Which makes up 40% of the total area

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