The Republic of Nauru

Presentation short film, images Bruno Cusa, Music Benoît Reeves, Soprano Alix Tess, choir Clef des Chants Ensemble Paris Choir.

An exceptional place in the middle of the Pacific - the smallest republic, one of the least visited countries in the world!

At the end of 2019 we were able to travel to this very isolated Pacific island, 4h30 by Boeing from the nearest city, Brisbane in Australia. The recent history of Nauru makes it particularly interesting. In the 90s the island had the 2nd largest GDP in the world thanks to its Phosphate, one of the purest in the world. In the early 2000s, following the fall in prices and the risky management of their wealth, Nauru and the Nauruans found themselves ruined.
The friendliness of the locals, however, strikes you as soon as you arrive on the island. Under the impetus of the new government tourism should begin in this independent country classified until now as the least visited in the world , as soon as the strict access restrictions linked to the Covid crisis end.

4K aerial stock footage of Nauru

Drone shooting

The super 35 6K sensor of the DJI Inspire 2 drone with its X7 camera allows cinematic use of images. This system is particularly suitable for very isolated locations, where the weight of the equipment is an important factor. The Inspire 2 also allowed us to fly in windy conditions, common on this equatorial island.
Professional or private use of drones in Nauru is subject to obtaining prior authorizations.

nauru Tourism on Facebook
Wikipedia article in English
Geology of Nauru
Nauru tourism board
The new rise of Nauru
TedX: the less visited countries (en)