There is not much to tell about landmarks and specific attractions in Tokelau.
These three atolls consist of low lying islands. On Atafu atoll lives endemic click-beetle Alaus constrictus, on atolls has been found also freshwater ostracod Tungucypridopsis lairdi which is not known outside these islands.
People have lived here approximately for 1,000 years - remnants of older settlements are found mostly in the sites of current settlements.
In Fakaofo village there was a 5.5 m tall coral slab which personified primary deity of Tokelauans - Tui Tokelau. It was a centrepiece of yearly festivities. A smaller replica of this monument stands in the meeting house of Fakaofo today.
List of described attractions by atolls
Tokelau consists of three large atolls:
Fourth atoll - Swains Island - is part of Tokelau cultural realm but politically it is a part of American Samoa.