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Majuro, Majuro Atoll, RMI

Set up as a nonprofit venture in 1981, the Alele Museum is dedicated to preserving the folk arts, traditional skills, historic accounts and oral traditions of the indigenous population of the Marshall Islands. The permanent exhibition features...

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P.O. Box 786, Arno Atoll 96960, RMI

One of the most popular atolls to visit, Arno is reachable by a 45-minute boat ride from Majuro. It offers white-sand beaches and waters with plenty of marine life—including sharks. There's a simple cabin to rent for overnight stays and a...

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Majuro's Cathedral of the Assumption was built in 1898 by the missionaries of the Order of the Sacred Heart. The exterior is eye-catching enough, but inside, the tile floor—a geometric display of circles inside squares, rendered in inviting...

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Located in Delap next to the Marshall Islands Resort, the Canoe House is a training school for local young people interested in maintaining traditional skills. It's a fascinating spot to visit whether you have a passion for canoes or just an...

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Eneko, Majuro Atoll, RMI

A 30-minute boat ride from Majuro, Eneko Island consists of newly built bungalow accommodations, with a cookhouse, operated by Majuro's Hotel Robert Reimers. For day-trippers, the island offers pristine beaches lapped by clear, shallow waters, and...

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Situated inside the Hotel Robert Reimers (also called RRE Hotel), Tide Table is a sports-bar-style restaurant with a wooden bar and regular screenings of sporting events. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, the restaurant offers a broad and tasty...

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Majuro Atoll 96960, RMI

The official restaurant of the Marshall Islands Resort, Enra offers guests an extensive menu of mostly classic Western dishes in a spacious and comfortable dining room with great lagoon views. There's something for everyone here, whether it's the...

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Majuro, Majuro Atoll, RMI

Elefa, an official member of the Majuro Chamber of Commerce Marshall Islands Association of Handicraft Businesses, has two locations in Majuro—one in the downtown area close to the Majuro Bowl and another at Amata Kabua International...

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With the islands' high unemployment and a general lack of education and employment opportunities, the purchase of souvenirs is a great way to support and show gratitude to local communities. In addition to the Elefa Handicraft Shops, dotted...