Vakuta is a near continuation of the Trobriands' main island Kiriwina to the south, separated from it only through the 400-metre (1,300 ft) wide Kasilamaka Passage. It has an area of 21.16 km2 (8.17 square miles). At the census of population in 2000, Vakuta had a population of 971.
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