Cheap flights from Marshall Islands

The Republic of the Marshall Islands, or simply Marshall Islands, is an island nation in the Pacific Ocean. Comprising of two chains of coral atolls and over 1,000 islets, it is situated near the equator, slightly west of the International Date Line. The atolls, islands, and islets are geographically part of the larger island group Micronesia, and shares maritime boundaries with the Federated States of Micronesia to the west, as well as with Nauru to the south, Kiribati to the southeast, and Wake Island to the north. Overall, Marshall Islands has a total area of 181 square kilometers spread out over 750,000 square miles. The capital and most populous atoll is Majuro.

Where to go

Kalalin Pass and other diving spots - Kalalin Pass is a dive location in Majuro, considered to be one of the best in Marshall Islands. There are steep coral walls and hundreds of species of fish and coral. The visibility here is also great, even compared to other dive sites in Majuro. There are many other diving spots in Marshall Islands, the most accessible of the lot being in Majuro. Other dive sites in the outer islands include Arno, Bikini, and Jaluit. There are dozens of WWII ship and plane wrecks, as well as the only diveable aircraft carrier in the world: the flagship of the Japanese World War II Armada.

Fishing in Marshall Islands - Thanks to its location in the Pacific Ocean, Marshall Islands boasts of over 1,000 species of fish and plenty of fishing opportunities. All 29 atolls offer excellent fishing, and wind and sea conditions are best suited for fishing from May to October.

Laura Beach Park - Laura Beach Park is a popular picnic and sunbathing area at the western tip of Majuro. There are picnic spots, a sandy beach, and freshwater shower.

Alele Museum - Alele Museum is the largest museum on Marshall Islands. It is dedicated to preserving Marshallese history and culture, with displays such as traditional tools and canoes. The museum also features the Joachim DeBrum Collection, known as the most historically significant photo anthology. It contains more than 2,500 glass negatives showing life between 1880 and 1930.

Choose from Fiji, the Federated States of Micronesia, Kiribati, Guam, Hawaii, or Australia for your next short haul destination. Honolulu, Hawaii is a major tourist destination, known for its beautiful beaches, tropical climate, and vibrant culture. The natural attractions include the beach destination Waikiki, the 194-acre botanical garden Lyon Arboretum and Manoa Falls, and Foster Botanical Garden.

Unfortunately, there are no direct long haul destinations served by the international airport in Marshall Islands.

How to get out

The Marshall Islands is served by the Bucholz Army Airfield in Kwajalein and several other small airports and airstrips, but the primary airport in use is Marshall Islands International Airport, also known as Amata Kabua International Airport. It handles flights to Brisbane Airport in Australia, Nauru International Airport in the Republic of Nauru, Nadi International Airport in Fiji, Bonriki International Airport in Kiribati; Chuuk International Airport, Pohnpei International Airport, and Kosrae International Airport in the Federated States of Micronesia, Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport in Guam, and Honolulu International Airport in Hawaii. International flights are handled by Nauru Airlines and United Airlines. Air Marshall Islands also offers flights to other parts of the Marshall Islands, namely: Airok, Aur, Ebon, Enejit, Jaluit, Jeh, Kaben, Kili, Kwajalein, Majkin, Maloelap, Mejit, Mili, Namdrik, Utirik, Wotje, and the United States Army airfield on Kwajalein Island.

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