Rennell and BellonaSolomon Islands.
English is spoken by some of the residents of Rennell. All seem to speak a form of Solomon Islands pidgin as well as the local language, Renellese, a Polynesian language.
There are only a few vehicles on Rennell. If you are going to the World Heritage in Lake Tegano, you will need to arrange transport beforehand. The transportation must be paid in cash and can be expensive. In September 2007, a meeting of the Solomon Islands provincial governors was held on Rennell and several vehicles were delivered to the island for transportation.
Because of the difficulty in getting fuel to Rennell, the car ride may be more expensive than the flight. Prior to the vehicles owned by the province, a ride was often $100 round trip. Do not pay more than your pro rated amount if many people are in the vehicles with you.
East RennellThe southern portion of the Renell atoll is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is the largest raised coral atoll in the world, occupying 37,000 hectares (91,000 acres).
Lake Te NgganoThe central lake of East Fennell is surrounded by the island, and is home to many endemic species. The island has about eight hundred inhabitants living in four villages around Lake Tegano. They are subsistence farmers and fishermen, relying on the forests and waters to provide them with all their basic needs.