Tuvalu is actually a nation of islands in the South Pacific and the continent of Oceania. The islands and atolls are mostly low-lying. It is northeast of Vanuatu and south of Kiribati. People speak English, Funafuti, and Tuvaluan depending on where they live and who they are conversing with. Other languages are also spoken.
Tourism is not popular in Tuvalu, and there are few sites to visit. However, beaches can be enjoyed while watching traditional dancing in Tuvalu. There are also conservation areas with a vast diversity of marine life. Tourists usually come to the country for scuba diving.