Taka Bonerate National Park
Date of Submission: 07/02/2005
The Bonerate National Park is home to the third biggest atoll in the world after Kwajifein in the Marshall Isles and Suvadiva in the Moldiva Isles. The total area of the atoll is about 220,000 hectares with coral reefs spreading over 500km2. The national park includes an area of 530,765 ha.
Taka Bonerate is a Bugiss name that somewhat has a meaning Coral Piled Up On Sand. There are 15 islands in taka Bonerate National Park where visitors can enjoy diving, snorkelling and marine tours.