(Enwut or Rowa Islands)
The Reef Islands, not to be confused with the islands of the same name in the Solomon Islands, are a group of 12 low-lying uninhabited islands in the far north of Vanuatu. They are located halfway between Mota Lava and Ureparapara.
The islands are low, sandy and covered with trees. In the 1940's there was a population of 50-60 people on the northernmost island. The Reef Islands are the only atoll in Vanuatu. The atoll is 9 km long and 5 km wide.
The elongate shape of the atoll is due to an underlying volcanic substrate which is an extension of the NNE-SSW line of volcanoes on Vanua Lava Island.
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