Cheap tickets for Wallis and Futuna (France)

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Major cities and airports in Wallis and Futuna (France)

    1. Mata-Utu (capital) – Hihifo Airport.

Time and Communication

Wallis and Futuna (France) operates on Wallis and Futuna Time (UTC +12:00), and does not observe daylight saving time. The mobile network coverage in Wallis and Futuna is satisfactory with the availability of major French telecom operators like Orange and SFR. Yet, remote areas might experience less coverage.

Money and shopping

The official currency is the CFP franc (XPF). The exchange rate fluctuates, but is approximately 1 USD to 110 XPF as of 2023. Payment in Euros is generally accepted, especially in tourist areas. Credit cards are accepted in major hotels and shops, but it’s always a good idea to have cash on hand. Banks and exchange offices usually operate during normal business hours, Monday through Friday.


Public transportation is limited in Wallis and Futuna (France). The most common forms of transport are by car or bike, and it’s common for residents to walk or hitchhike short distances. There are taxis available and car rentals in Mata-Utu, but services are limited.

Touristic attractions

  • Lake Lalolalo: A stunning volcanic crater lake, it’s one of the deepest lakes in the Pacific.
  • Talietumu: An archaeological site of an old fortified Tongan settlement, dating back to the 15th century.
  • St. Pierre Chanel Church: A beautiful church located in Poi, dedicated to Saint Peter Chanel who was martyred on Futuna.
  • The Royal Palace in Mata-Utu: While not open to the public, the palace’s traditional architecture makes it a must-see.
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