Fatu Hiva, is the southernmost of the Marquesas Islands, with a population of 600. With Motu Nao as its neighbor, it is also the most secluded of the inhabited islands. The eastern coastline of Fatu Hiva is characterized by a number of narrow valleys, with streams that lead to the interior. Between these valleys are headlands which are cliffs that plunge directly into the sea, making travel between them possible by boat or flying over them.
A great spot to take some pictures is a
geological formation called Baie de Vierges. Here you can take beautiful shots
of the pinnacle rocks surrounding Hanavana Bay.