Introducing Wallis Island
The island of Wallis is no particular stunner by Polynesian standards. It's a big, flat jungle with a web of roads and not much in the way of attractive architecture or beaches. What makes this destination exceptional is its island-dotted, Eden-like lagoon where each islet offers a new experience. Add a fascinating, traditional culture in the midst of change, some crater lakes and extensive archaeological sites still waiting to be excavated, and you'll find it easy to become enamoured of this unusual place.