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Marshall Islands

  • Official Name:Republic of the Marshall Islands

  • Capital:Majuro

  • Population:58,413

  • Area:181 km²

  • Major Languages:Marshallese, English

  • Major Religions:Christianity

  • Life expectancy:-

  • Currency:US Dollar

10 Things To Do In Marshall Islands

  • 1. Visit Majuro, the capital city

    Explore the historic buildings and the Alele Museum.

  • 2. Bikini Atoll

    Dive to witness the sunken ships and marine life around the famous World War II battleground.

  • 3. Laura Beach, Jaluit Atoll

    Relax on the pristine white-sand beach and swim in the crystal-clear waters.

  • 4. Uliga

    Experience the local market and learn about Marshallese culture and traditions.

  • 5. Arno Atoll

    Dive and snorkel to see colorful coral reefs and abundant marine life.

  • 6. Maloelap Atoll

    Enjoy the remote and untouched beauty of this atoll.

  • 7. Visit the Nuclear Testing Legacy

    Learn about the impact of nuclear testing on the islands and the people.

  • 8. Ailinglaplap Atoll

    Explore the atoll`s unique geography and traditional way of life.

  • 9. Kwajalein Atoll

    Learn about the military history of the atoll and its role in World War II.

  • 10. Taste Marshallese cuisine

    Try dishes like iakwe (coconut bread), seafood, and tropical fruits.

5 Most Visited Cities In Marshall Islands

  • Majuro





When To Go To Marshall Islands

  • The dry season from December to April is the best time to visit the Marshall Islands. This tropical paradise offers pristine coral atolls, turquoise lagoons, and a unique blend of cultures. Majuro, the capital, showcases local life, historic sites, and vibrant markets. The Marshall Islands` warm waters, abundant marine life, and traditional navigation techniques create an immersive and authentic travel experience that feels like a journey to the heart of the Pacific.

Travel Recommendation And Useful Links For Marshall Islands

Find the complete travel guide for Marshall Islands

  • - Check entry requirements and ensure you have the necessary travel documents.
    - Respect local customs and etiquette; learn about the culture and traditions.
    - Be cautious of the remote and small-scale tourism infrastructure; plan your trip carefully.
    - Explore the pristine beaches, marine life, and traditional practices of the Marshall Islands.
    - Engage with local communities to learn about their way of life and history.

  • Office Tourism of Marshall Islands

  • CIA World Fact-book

  • Wikipedia Page

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