About Howland Island
Howland Island is an uninhabited island located North of the equator in the central Pacific Ocean. Howland Island is known for its flora and fauna, prehistoric settlement and is currently a National Wildlife Refuge.
Where To Go
Howland Island is primarily a nesting, roosting and foraging habitat for seabirds, shorebirds and marine wildlife.
Things To Do
Howland Island is a tourist travel destination you cannot easily visit.