Essentials in Nauru
Local conversation is dominated by Nauruan, however, as the official language, English is widely spoken and is used for all written communication. All visitors to Nauru need a valid passport, return ticket and proof of hotel booking to enter the country. You must have a visitor visa approved before arrival and have a letter of confirmation ready to provide once landed at the airport in Nauru; visas are free for official visitors and up to AUD100 for tourists. There is also a departure tax of AUD50 when departing the country. The official currency in Nauru is the Australian dollar and there are no credit-card facilities, currency exchanges or ATMs on the island and thus travellers should bring as much cash as they feel will be necessary for their stay.
|Essentials organisations in Nauru|
|Department of Justice Customs & Immigration Division||
|Department of Justice Principal Immigration Officer||