Banaba 2004
Published: Tuesday, April 13, 2003

In April 2004 an International team will be active from Banaba (T33) for a period of 12 days.

The emphasis of this DX-pedition is to work Europe on all band.

History of Banaba


Banaba is west of the Gilbert Group and just south of the equator.

The island has been almost entirely destroyed by phosphate mining, which has left a weird landscape of stark coral pinnacles protruding from burning white rock, littered with rusted mining equipment.

There is no regular passenger service to the island.



There is no passenger fery service, a ship can be chartered . . .



This section tells something about the island, the environment and other related items.

The Island


The current situation . . .



The weather on Banaba is . . .



Currently there are 50.000 QSO's in the log



The NCDXF sponsors the Banaba 2004 team