|Z7, 14.355 °N, 83.727 °E|
|District in the Republic of Gobrassanya|
Lonowai has 4 main islands and several minor islands, also there are numerous islets located near the main islands. The largest of the main islands is Lonowai Island, followed in size by Ohimeno, U'kot'sa (Jyūkotsa), with the smallest of the main islands, which is Bohini. Even though Bohini is smaller than some of the other islands in Lonowai, it is considered a main island due to its distance from the other main islands, it has its own airport and government center, its prominence as a tourist destination, and that it is further away from other islands in Lonowai.
Several smaller islands and islets are located in close proximity to these main islands, the most prominent islands include Kai'ma Island near Ohimeno, and the At'aleu Keys, an island chain off the eastern tip of Lonowai Island.
For a complete list of islands see List of Islands in Lonowai
The seat of government in the Lonowai District is located at the district capitol building in Ōbaku.
|County Name||County Seat||Population||Note|
|Bohini||Papuono||named after the principle island|
|Bolcáne'a||Bolcáne'a Village||meaning: volcano|
|Ōbaku||Ōbaku||named after the capital city/county seat|
|Ohimeno||Ohimeno||named after the principle island|
|U'kot'sa||Cēgrakang||named after the principle island|
The Lonowai Islands are situated in a tropical monsoon climate with temperatures ranging from 46F to 76F for lows depending upon the time of year and 62F to 93F for highs. The summer months and the start of monsoon season are typically the hottest months. The highest temperature recorded in the islands was 99F in Ūhola. The lowest temperature recorded was 39F which was recorded in 1971. Temperatures are usually only slightly cooler during the winter months and no recorded freezing temperatures have ever occurred in Lonowai.
|Districts of Gobrassanya|