Tokelau is a remote group of atolls in the South Pacific Ocean, halfway between Hawaii and New Zealand, of which it's a territory. It's usually accessed by boat from Samoa, a trip that can take around 24 hours. Nukunonu atoll contains accommodation and a clear lagoon rich in marine life. Fakaofo has swimming pigs that famously catch fish near its coral reef.
The temperature is very stable: the daily average is around 28 °C (82 °F) in the northernmost atoll of Atafu throughout the year, while it goes down to 27 °C (81 °F) in the southernmost atolls, therefore further from the equator, of Nukunonu and Fakaofo.
New Zealand dollar is the currency of Tokelau island average conversion rate.
1 DOLLAR = INR 47.2
D’Mall is the main shopping and dining center in Boracay. It looks more like a permanent market than a modern shopping mall, as it is open air and feature a great number of stalls, kiosks and shops of various sizes and shapes. D’Mall is also a bit of a maze, with its small alleys. Shopping-wise, you’ll find almost all that you need for your holiday here, from clothes to souvenirs, and from beach accessories to suntan lotions. There’s also a great scene of bars and restaurants, at which you can enjoy local and international favorites. Prices are in general slightly higher in D’Mall than in the other areas of Boracay.