10 Things to do in Marshall Islands


Relax on the pristine Laura Beach and enjoy the crystal-clear waters and white sandy beaches.


Laura Beach:

Explore historical sites in Majuro, such as the Alele Museum and Library, to learn about the cultural heritage of the Marshall Islands.


Historical Sites in Majuro: 

If you're an experienced diver, consider exploring the Bikini Atoll, famous for its underwater WWII relics.


Bikini Atoll Diving: 

Visit Ailuk Atoll for a more secluded and traditional experience, interacting with the local communities.


Ailuk Atoll: 

Dive into history by exploring the shipwrecks in the Jaluit Atoll, showcasing remnants of naval warfare.


Jaluit Atoll Shipwrecks: 

Purchase traditional handicrafts, such as woven baskets and mats, showcasing the local craftsmanship.


Traditional Marshallese Handicrafts: 

Discover Kwajalein Atoll, known for its lagoon and vibrant marine life, making it a great spot for snorkeling and water activities.


Kwajalein Atoll: 

Experience the local culture by visiting the Majuro Fish Market, where you can witness the daily life of the residents.


Majuro Fish Market: 

Explore Arno Atoll, home to a variety of bird species and lush landscapes, providing a unique natural experience.


Arno Atoll: 

Attend traditional Marshallese dance performances to immerse yourself in the rich cultural heritage of the islands.


Traditional Marshallese Dance Performances: 

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