Travel to the Marshall Islands


The Marshall Islands They form an archipelago that is in the northern part of Micronesia, in the North Pacific. There are 1,200 islands and islets that extend in a spectacular landscape of coral reefs, coral lagoons and paradisiacal beaches. There you can find the largest coral lagoon in the world and that is in the Kwajalein atoll.

This archipelago covers almost 1,300 kilometers and the coral reefs are linked to a volcanic platform that rises from the depths of the sea floor. The largest is that of Kwajalein, which has an area of ​​2,300 square kilometers and a 160 meter diameter coral lagoon.

The weather on these islands is tropical and they usually have a minimum temperature of 24ºC and a maximum of 32ºC, with high humidity and very little rainfall (more in the south than in the north). The natives of the Marshall Islands are of Micronesian origin and live in charming traditional villages, so it is worth visiting some of them instead of just staying on the beach every day.

The most populated islands are those of Majuro and Kwajalein since between them they concentrate two thirds of the archipelago's population, so if you are looking for total tranquility in the middle of paradise, it is best to choose another island. The capital is Dalap-Uliga-Darrit and is located in the Maluro Atoll. If you speak English you will be able to understand yourself perfectly since it is one of the two official languages ​​(the other is Chamorro).

On any of its islands you can do various water sports and outdoor activities, in addition to being able to enjoy Paradise beaches with different characteristics so that you can choose the one that most appeals to you. In the Marshall Islands there are two international airports and an own airline, the Air Marshall Islands. You can travel between islands in a boat and thus be able to make excursions around all of them.

The Marshall Islands, a nation that fears it's on the brink of extinction (May 2020)


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