Marshall Islands

The Republic of the Marshall Island an island country found in the northern Pacific Ocean. The country’s nearest neighbor is the Australia continent a couple of kilometers to the northeast. As part of the Micronesia archipelago, the Marshall Islands is made up of 34 law laying coral atolls which in turn are made up of 1156 individual islands and islets. The Marshall Islands scattered atolls and remote islands supports a population of about 70 thousand people and is far-famed for its marine life and deep-sea diving opportunity.

Marshall Island is also one of the most beautiful countries in the world; in fact, it can best be described as a flower country. Most of its atolls are dotted with the fame of the forest, hibiscus, and different-colored plumeria flowers. The over 160 different species of coral surrounding the islands also adds color to its beauty.

Maloalap is more of a historical site. The major activity that you can enjoy here is sitting seeing by visiting the numerous wreckages from the Second World War and before. Fishing is also a great activity you can engage in and have a lot of fun at it. 
Eniko Island is a small atoll reached by boat and it takes about 45 minutes of boat ride from Uliga. The beach here is magnificent and the food cafes here are amazing and serve wonderful dishes and there are cottages too where you can spend the night. In short you can have a great ride here on the boats, unwind on the beaches, have a delicious meal in the cafes, and enjoy a silent sleep in one of the cottages.
You fancy scuba diving or just love fish? Whatever your choice, Bokolap Island is a must-visit island whenever on holiday on the Marshall Islands. Thousand of various fish species are found here for your sampling. on you scuba dive you can tour the site of the wreck of a United States of America torpedo plane that submerged to a depth of about 115 feet deep during the second world war.
The glorious coral formations on the base of the shores of Kallin Pass make it a captivating tourist spot on the Marshall Island for scuba diving. Diving amidst this fascinating coral formation is the most enchanting experience you can ever have.
Laura beach lies on the western end of Majuro islands and about 40 kilometers from the town center. This is the most popular tourist attraction on the islands. The beautiful golden sands and the warm climate are the main crowd-pullers of the beach. Spending a day on the Laura beach surrounded by the gorgeous landscape is an experience unparalleled.
Jaluit was once the capital City of Marshall Island. It’s a wonderful place to explore the culture of the people of the island, mesmerize your self with the winsome underwater life on your visit to the numerous scuba diving spots on the island.
A trip to the Republic of the Marshall’s island is hugely incomplete without a visit to the Alele Museum. This museum showcases artifacts from the past, weapons, and vivid explanation of the life of the people of the islands before and now.
The outer islands are a magnificent holiday destination. You can scuba dive as deep as you wish, relax on the beach, or just hike through the jungles, coconut and papaya plantations, and pandanus and breadfruit tree farms.
The Marshall Islands republic is truly a great holiday destination. There is a legion of enchanting activities for a complete holiday experience. For example there is scuba diving, fishing, boating, hiking, and just lazing around on the beaches.