Fatu Hiva Island

Fatu Hiva is the island in French Polynesia, an overseas territory of France in the Pacific Ocean. It is also the most isolated of the inhabited islands.
Fatu Hiva is also the title of a book by explorer Thor Heyerdahl, in which he describes his stay on the island in the 1930. Population of Fatu Hiva in year was around 600. The people live in three villages, Hana Vave, Omoa and Uia. Take a look at this images and maybe it convience you to visit this amazingly beautfiul island.

Fatu Hiva

Fatu Hiva

Fatu Hiva

Fatu Hiva

Fatu Hiva

Fatu Hiva

Fatu Hiva

Fatu Hiva

Fatu Hiva

Fatu Hiva

Fatu Hiva

Fatu Hiva

Fatu Hiva

Fatu Hiva

Fatu Hiva

Fatu Hiva

Fatu Hiva

Fatu Hiva

Fatu Hiva

Fatu Hiva

Fatu Hiva

Fatu Hiva

Fatu Hiva

Fatu Hiva

Fatu Hiva

Fatu Hiva

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