Wallis & Futuna

Wallis and Futuna is a French overseas territory located in the South Pacific Ocean, about halfway between Hawaii and New Zealand. The territory consists of two island groups: Wallis Islands and Futuna Islands. Wallis and Futuna is located east of Fiji and Tonga, and southwest of Samoa.

The territory has a relatively small road network, with a total length of approximately 120 km, of which only 70 km are paved. There are no expressways or highways on the islands, and most roads are narrow and winding. However, there are several gravel and dirt tracks that can be accessed with a 4×4 vehicle.

For those who enjoy hiking, Wallis and Futuna offer a variety of beautiful trails with stunning views of the islands’ natural landscapes. Topographical maps from GarminWorldmaps are available for hikers and cyclists to navigate the terrain, which can be challenging at times.

One popular hiking trail is the path to Lake Lalolalo on the island of Wallis. The trail takes hikers through dense forests and up steep hills, and the reward at the end is a beautiful crater lake surrounded by lush vegetation.

Cycling is also a great way to explore the islands, with several roads that wind through villages and along the coast. However, it’s important to note that there are no dedicated bike lanes, and roads can be narrow and winding, so caution should be taken.

Wallis and Futuna may be a small territory, but it offers plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities such as hiking and cycling. With the help of topographical maps from GarminWorldmaps, visitors can easily navigate the islands’ terrain and explore its natural beauty.

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