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THINGS TO DO IN MAJURO

MARKETS

To find traditional Marshallese food, you’re going to want to venture to the markets. There, you’ll find incredible fresh fish, sticky rice balls and other incredible delicacies you’ve never heard of!

Buy a fresh coconut and watch as it is cracked open in front of you, or wander through and look at the wares for sale.

To witness the hustle and bustle of everyday life in the Marshall Islands, spend a few hours at a local market.

LEARN ABOUT HISTORY AND CULTURE

The Marshall Islands were used as a Japanese base in WWII and later controlled by the USA. You can visit the Alele Museum & Public Library to learn more about the history and culture of the islands.

You can also experience history underwater and go scuba diving to explore some of the incredible underwater wrecks which are leftover from WWII.

DIVING AND SNORKELLING

With colourful coral and steep ocean drop-offs, the waters of the Marshall Islands have plenty to offer. Swim or dive with thousands of rainbow fish and mammals near Majuro, or dive at the famous Bikini Atoll.

Used as a graveyard for ships after WWII, you can scuba dive among the wrecks alongside thousands of fish. Fishing is prohibited in the lagoon of the Bikini Atoll and because of this, its waters teem with life.

Read more about the Marshall Islands from the Marshall Islands Visitors Authority here.

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