Canabouli Tabiki

Canabouli Tabiki
0.153 km²
Coastline: 1.959 km
Landform: Plains
5 / km²
Tree Cover: 28%
Herbaceous Cover

Welcome to Canabouli Tabiki, a Tropical island in the North Atlantic Ocean, part of the majestic Atlantic Ocean. This guide offers a comprehensive overview of what makes Canabouli Tabiki unique – from its geography and climate to its population, infrastructure, and beyond. Dive into the details:

Geography and size of Canabouli Tabiki

Size: 0.153 km²
Coastline: 2 km
Ocean: Atlantic Ocean
Sea: North Atlantic Ocean
Continent: South America

Canabouli Tabiki is a Tiny Island spanning 0.153 km² with a coastline of 2 km.


Tectonic Plate: South America – A major plate covering the South American continent and part of the Atlantic Ocean, known for the Andes mountain range and significant seismic and volcanic activity.

The geographic heart of the island is pinpointed at these coordinates:
Latitude: 4.92182916 / Longitude: -54.45364177

Climate and weather of Canabouli Tabiki

Climate Zone: Tropical
Climate Details: Tropical Rainforest Climate
Temperature: Hot

Climate Characteristics: This climate is typified by heavy rainfall throughout the year, high humidity, and consistently high temperatures, leading to lush rainforests and rich biodiversity. Seasonal temperature variations are minimal.

Topography and nature of Canabouli Tabiki

Timezone: UTC-03:00
Timezone places: America/Sao_Paulo
Max. Elevation: 15 m
Mean Elevation: 15 m
Vegetation: Herbaceous Cover
Tree Coverage: 28%

The mean elevation is 15 m. The highest elevation on the island reaches approximately 15 meters above sea level. The island is characterized by Plains: Flat, low-lying lands characterized by a maximum elevation of up to 200 meters. On islands, plains are typically coastal lowlands or central flat areas.

Dominating Vegetation: Herbaceous Cover
Comprising mainly of grasses, herbs, and ferns, these areas are common in prairies, meadows, and savannas, and can vary widely in species composition. Canabouli Tabiki has a tree cover of 28 %.

Vegetation: 2 vegetation zones – Low Diversity Island
Islands with two distinct vegetation zones offer slightly more ecological variety. These zones could be due to differences in elevation, moisture, or other environmental factors. While still limited in biodiversity, these islands may offer a contrast between the two zones, such as a coastline with mangroves and an inland area with grassland.

Infrastructure and Travelling to Canabouli Tabiki

Does the island have a public airport? no.
There is no public and scheduled airport on Canabouli Tabiki. The nearest airport is Afobakka Airstrip, located 60 km away.

Does the island have a major port? no.
There are no major ports on Canabouli Tabiki. The closest major port is MOENGO, approximately 79 km away.

The mean population of Canabouli Tabiki is 6 per km². Canabouli Tabiki is Gently Populated. The island belongs to France.

Continuing your journey, Stoelmans is the next notable island, situated merely km away.

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France is classified as Developed region: G7: Group of Seven – Major advanced economies, including Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States. The level of income is High income: OECD.

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Please note: The data used here has been primarily extracted from satellite readings. Deviations from exact values may occur, particularly regarding the height of elevations and population density. Land area and coastline measurements refer to average values at mean high tide.

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