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Marshall Islands' Travel And Accommodation Guide


The Marshall Islandsare Micronesia's atoll diving destination. Made up of 29 coral atolls, diving in the Marshallscan be done either within the lagoons or in the open ocean.

Dive sites include lagoon pinnacles, walls, channels, reel points and vast areas of the virgin unexplored reefs. The Marshalls are also home to an abundance of WW2 ship and plane wrecks, concentrated in the lagoons of Bikini, Kwajalein, Jaluit, Wotje, Maloelap and Majuro Atolls.

Dive excursions to seldom-visited outer atolls can easily be arranged with local operators and shark sightings are guaranteed!



The newest and most modern hotel in Majuro, the Royal Garden Hotel, features 24 rooms and warmly welcomes holidaymakers and business travellers.

Each room is carpeted and air-conditioned and in-room amenities include a telephone, colour TV, refrigerator, hot and cold water and a private bath. The hotel has a twenty-four-hour reception.

There are laundry facilities, hire cars are easily arranged and, for business communications, guests have access to the fax machine.

The Royal Garden Hotel's cosy bar and restaurant with ocean views is just the place to relax and is especially popular during happy hour ( 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.)

The restaurant serves excellent breakfasts, lunches and dinners and the staff are experts at looking after guests' needs.

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Jane Resture

Jane Resture- Since she embarked on her first world trip in 2002, Jane Resture spent the past decades sharing her personal journey and travel tips with people around the world. She has traveled to over 80 countries and territories, where she experienced other cultures, wildlife she had only read about in books, new foods, new people, and new amazing experiences. Jane believes that travel is for everyone and it helps us learn about ourselves and the world around us. Her goal is to help more people from more backgrounds experience the joy of exploration because she trusts that travel opens the door to the greatest, most unforgettable experiences life can offer and this builds a kinder, more inclusive, more open-minded world.

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