Lake Te Nggano, Solomon Islands
Situated in the Rennell Island, Lake Te Nggano (also referred as Tegano or Tungano) is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that has received its acknowledgment because of the amazing flora and fauna that is found in the area. The locals call the lake “The Big Water” since its size is truly grand – Te Nggano covers the area of 155 sq.km.
Lake Te Nggano Attractions
Nggano is home for several fish and bat species and some of the rarest plants grow there, for example panadanus and canopy trees. Te Nggano is a great place for various out-door activities, including canoeing, camping, fishing, snorkeling, bushwalking and many others.