Tetepare Island is a paradise island for ecotourism lovers because this is the largest uninhabited island in the South Pacific. Tetepare was inhabited until the middle of the 19th century. Then it was abandoned, but there are a language and culture that have been preserved to this day. The island is overgrown with rainforest, the flora and fauna are under the protection of the Tetepare Descendants’ Association. Its 118 square kilometers is a natural habitat for 24 species of reptiles, 13 species of mammals, and 230 species of birds.