Marshall Islands

Unfortunately, Majuro has become polluted, both on land and in the water. Other than the island of Laura, off Majuro, there is little to see with regards to a typical tropical island setting.One can visit the Telecommunications Authority building for an interesting insight into telecommunications in such a small civilization.You can also visit the College of the Marshall Islands to make an appointment with an academic who can tell you more about an area/field.It is essential to travel off Majuro and to visit a neighbouring island or separate atoll, such as Arno. These neighbouring atolls are by far less polluted and offer the true tropical paradise setting. Arno is more accessible than other atolls; with easy transport and accommodation options available.

US citizens and citizens of the territory of American Samoa may live and work freely in the Marshall Islands. It's possible for Americans to get work on either Kwajalein or Roi-Namur Islands in Kwajalein Atoll. Only citizens of the Marshall Islands and US military personnel are allowed to disembark at Kwajalein Atoll.

The island nation is massively short on skilled professionals and is increasingly advertising posts for skilled positions, especially focused around infrastructure development and healthcare.

Approach the government sites or Visitors Authority for more information.

How to greet and salute locals in their local language.

How to prepare and enjoy the local fruits and vegetables.

How to fish using local techniques and equipment.

How to climb a coconut tree and prepare a coconut for eating.