Just north of the Solomon Islands is Nauru - one of the world’s smallest nations. How small? It is only 21 km square and takes less than an hour to drive around. Nauru is so remote it welcomes less than 200 tourists a year. Completely surrounded by coral reefs it is home to WWII artefacts, the Moqua Caves and the lunar like landscape of its uninhabited interior. Nauru is also considered one of the best game fishing grounds on earth.