Marshall Islands


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About Country

Approximately 58,791 (2021 estimate)
Population Density
295 people per square kilometer
$232 million (nominal, 2019 estimate)
Marshallese and English are the official languages, with Marshallese being the most widely spoken
United States dollar (USD)
National Dish
There is no official national dish, but popular foods include seafood, coconut, and breadfruit
Christianity is the predominant religion in the Marshall Islands, with Protestant denominations being the most widely practiced
The Marshall Islands have a tropical climate, with a wet season from May to November and a dry season from December to April. The islands are vulnerable to rising sea levels and climate change
Main Industries
Fishing, tourism, and subsistence agriculture
Level of Development
The Marshall Islands are considered a developing country with a human development index (HDI) ranking of 165 out of 189 countries (2020)
Approximately 181 square kilometers

Escape to the unspoiled paradise of the Marshall Islands 🇲🇭, where turquoise waters 🌊, pristine beaches 🏝️, and a vibrant culture 🌺 await. Explore the majesty of the Bikini Atoll, indulge in fresh seafood, and immerse yourself in a world of natural wonder. Plan your journey today!

The Marshall Islands is an island country located in the Pacific Ocean, near the equator. It is composed of two chains of coral atolls and islands, and its nearest neighbors are Micronesia to the west and Kiribati to the southeast. The country has a rich history, including being the site of numerous nuclear tests conducted by the United States during the Cold War.


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Main Attractions

Some of the main tourist attractions in the Marshall Islands include:

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    Bikini Atoll: a former nuclear test site that is now a popular diving destination.

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    Laura Beach: a white sand beach on the western coast of Majuro Atoll, known for its clear waters and great snorkeling.

  • 3

    Alele Museum and Library: a museum in Majuro that showcases the history and culture of the Marshall Islands.

  • 4

    Eneko Island: a small islet near Kwajalein Atoll that is a popular spot for swimming and picnics.

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    Majuro Bridge: a picturesque bridge in Majuro that spans the harbor and offers great views of the surrounding islands.

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    Arno Atoll: a beautiful coral atoll that is home to several small villages and is known for its abundant marine life.

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    Namdrik Atoll: a remote atoll that is only accessible by boat and is known for its unspoiled natural beauty.

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    Uliga: the administrative and commercial center of Majuro Atoll, with shops, restaurants, and government offices.

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    Bikini Island: an island in Bikini Atoll that is home to the remnants of the nuclear testing program, including sunken ships and other artifacts.

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    Jaluit Atoll: a former German colonial capital that is now home to several small villages and is known for its cultural heritage.

These are just a few examples of the many attractions that the Marshall Islands have to offer. The country's unique culture, history, and natural beauty make it a fascinating destination for travelers.


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