A group of reefs and atolls in the Pacific Ocean about halfway between Australia and Hawaii called the Marshall Islands are our next divine island destination. Freely associated with the U.S., the Marshall Islands are a self government under a compact of Free Association with the U.S. Encompassing nearly a million square miles of islands, atolls and crystal clear waters, the Marshall Islands are unique and beautiful and welcome you to learn more about them.
Over 1000 islands and 30 atolls make up this massive area however fewer from 30 islands are inhabited today. A long history of fishing and navigating can still be seen in the small communities throughout the islands. Throughout the inhabited islands, visitors will find influences by settlers and visitors from around the world in addition to its tropical mystique. While the larger inhabited islands may be busy and crowded in places, the outer islands remain a peaceful island paradise. An opportunity to relax in a topic island retreat, the Marshall Islands maintains the same qualities that drew visitors to its shores long ago.
The Outer Islands of the Marshall Islands are renowned for their diving and fishing. Visitors can get to these somewhat distant islands by boat from the main islands of the Marshall’s's. Much less busy than other islands, these islands are for those truly looking to escape. While you may find some accommodations on these islands, they are much fewer than those found in the Majuro atoll. Local food harvested fresh by locals and cooked using traditional methods allows visitors to truly experience the magic of this destination.
Majuro Atoll is the economic and a political center of the region. Nicknamed the pearl of the Pacific by Robert Lewis Stevenson long ago, many people begin their journey here.
Arno Atoll is the nearest atoll to Majuro and includes over 130 islands. Famous for its deep-sea fishing, this part of the Marshall Islands is famous for its marlin, mahi-mahi, sailfish and yellowfin tuna. Pristine coral reefs, friendly people with a strong culture and ample recreational opportunities in resorts found throughout the region make this a unique island destination for travel.
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