Literally translated, Kahukura means 'rainbow' and a rainbow it is indeed - of life, that is. Longer than it is wide, Kahukura is the southernmost of the island trio. Arguably the warmest of the three islands, coral reefs and tide pools abound in earnest off of its fine sand beaches. For the most part, this island is all jungle and sand with little variance in the terrain. Access to freshwater is hard to find, so many make the short trip to Hihiri for daily supplementation. When it does rain here (which is often, as it is for all the islands) the water tends to collect in a smooth-rocked basin in the center of the island. When the basin is full, it could take months to seep back into the earth.
This land has been claimed by Risquè.
The Graveyard, Ngohi Shallows