This large, colourful artwork, which depicts 'Tumbuan' dancers from the island of East New Britain, was an inexpensive souvenir at US$30.
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Pacific Islands Travel Quiz

This is a Pacific Islands Travel Quiz from taste2travel!

 

How well do you know the islands of the Pacific Ocean?

Test your knowledge with this Pacific Islands Travel quiz from taste2travel.

 

How well will you score? Your result will be displayed at the bottom of the quiz – will you get to see the legendary Marco Polo?

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01. How many French territories use the Pacific franc as their official currency?

The Pacific Franc is used in the French Pacific territories of New Caledonia, French Polynesia and Wallis and Fortuna.
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The Pacific franc is the official currency of New Caledonia, French Polynesia and Wallis and Futuna.

02. The island of Kosrae is a part of which country?

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You can learn more about Kosrae from my Kosrae Travel Guide, which can be accessed from the homepage.

03. This is the flag of which country?

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04. Where would you be if you were visiting the island of Moorea?

A view of the Sofitel Moorea resort and the stunning lagoon from the lookout,
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You can learn more about French Polynesia from my French Polynesia Travel Guide, which can be accessed from the homepage.

05. Which is the official currency of Tuvalu?

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You can learn more about Tuvalu from my Tuvalu Travel Guide, which can be accessed from the homepage.

06. Which is the capital of American Samoa?

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You can learn more about American Samoa from my American Samoa Travel Guide, which can be accessed from the homepage.

07. Norfolk Island is a territory of which country?

Anson bay is a popular surfing beach and the best place to view a sunset on Norfolk Island.
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You can learn more about Norfolk Island from my Norfolk Island Travel Guide, which can be accessed from the homepage.

08. At 165,000,000 square kilometres, the Pacific Ocean covers, approximately, what percentage of the earth's surface?

Pacific Globe Map
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You can learn more about the islands of the Pacific Ocean from my various travel guides, which can be accessed from the homepage.

09. This is the flag of which territory?

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10. The inhabitants of Samoa are, predominantly, from which ethnic group?

A Samoan family enjoying a swim at the Togitogiga Waterfalls.
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You can learn more about Samoa from my Samoa Travel Guide, which can be accessed from the homepage.

11. Which country uses the United States dollar as its official currency?

The United States Dollar has been the official currency of Timor-Leste since 2003.
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You can learn more about Palau from my Palau Travel Guide, which can be accessed from the homepage.

12. Which is the capital of Papua New Guinea?

This large, colourful artwork, which depicts 'Tumbuan' dancers from the island of East New Britain, was an inexpensive souvenir at US$30.
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You can learn more about Papua New Guinea from my Papua New Guinea Travel Guide, which can be accessed from the homepage.

13. This is the flag of which country?

Solomon Islands Flag
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You can learn more about the Solomon Islands from my Solomon Islands Travel Guide, which can be accessed from the homepage.

14. Rapa Nui is the native name of which Pacific island?

Featuring fifteen moai, Ahu Tongariki is the largest ahu on Easter Island (Rapa Nui).
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You can view images from Easter Island in my Easter Island Photo Gallery, which can be accessed from the homepage.

15. In which country would you be if you were viewing the spectacular Mount Yasur volcano?

A spectacular sight, an explosive burst of activity, as viewed from the edge of the rim of Mount Yasur Volcano on Tanna island.
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You can learn more about Vanuatu from my Vanuatu Travel Guide, which can be accessed from the homepage.

16. Tokelau is a territory of which country?

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You can learn more about the Travel Requirements for Tokelau using the link from the homepage.

17. This is the flag of which territory?

The flag of Niue.
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18. Which is the capital of Tonga?

The official residence of the King of Tonga, the Victorian-style, wooden Royal Palace overlooks the waterfront in Nuku'alofa.
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You can learn more about Tonga from my Tonga Travel Guide, which can be accessed from the homepage.

19. The Galápagos Islands are a territory of which country?

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You can learn more about the Galápagos Islands in my Galápagos Islands Travel Guide, which can be accessed from the homepage.

20. Considered the Stonehenge of the Pacific, the Haʻamonga ʻa Maui ("The Burden of Maui") is a stone trilithon located in which country?

The "Ha’amonga 'a Maui" stands as an impressive monument to the ingenuity of the ancient Polynesians.
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You can learn more about Tonga from my Tonga Travel Guide, which can be accessed from the homepage.

Travel Quiz 62: Pacific Islands Quiz
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Author: Darren McLean

Darren McLean is an Australian full-time digital nomad who has spent 36 years on a slow meander around the globe, visiting all seven continents and 230 UN+ countries and territories.

He founded taste2travel to pique one’s curiosity and inspire wanderlust.

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