Futuna Island, Vanuatu - John Seach
Tafea Province


Futuna is the most easterly island in Vanuatu. The island was formed by uplift of a submarine volcano. The island covers an area of 13 sq km and rises sharply from sea level around most of the coast.

In the centre of the island is flat-topped Tatavu plateau with a height of 666 m. Limestone on Futuna contains at least seven raised levels with tilting towards the NE. The last eruptions were 11,000 years ago.

The Futuna islanders are Polynesian and have an ancestry from Tonga and Samoa. The chiefs gain their title from inheritance.

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