Yaren is the capital of Nauru and has about 800 inhabitants.
Yaren has a tropical climate with humid and warm conditions year-round. The average maximum temperatures are around 30 to 32 degrees Celcius, while temperatures during the night are still a balmy 24 or 25 degrees during most night. The wet season lasts from November to February, but duing the last years the wet season has varied a lot and sometimes there was even a draught period. Generally, from April to October things are drier and sunnier and the easterly trade winds cool things off a bit.
The international airport in Yaren receives a number of flights and the national airline is called Our Airline, also known as Air Nauru. Currently, there is only one aircraft serving the route from Brisbane to Nauru via Honiara (Solomon Islands) and from Nauru on to Tarawa (Kiribati) and Majuro (Marshall Islands) twice weekly.
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