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MARSHALL ISLANDS






 



About Marshall Islands

With more than a million square miles of ocean, 800 plus reef systems, and innumerable species of marine and coral life, the Marshall Islands are certainly paradise for scuba divers and snorklers. There is 81 degree water temperature year round and 100-plus foot visibility so diving here is about as great as it gets.

The big attractions of the Marshalls is the many World War Two plane and ship wrecks throughout the island nation. Well known Bikini Atoll, as well as Jaluit, Kawajalein, Mili and Wotje are places where you'll find dozens of famous wrecks only recently opened to visiting divers. The vast majority of the island chain is just waiting to be discovered by divers that are looking to escape the crowds and to visit new waters. Dive operators are located on Majuro and Bikini atolls.

In addition to the wrecks, the reefs, untouched for the last 20 years, are an adventure into new discovery. Lush coral gardens bursting in rainbow hues populate the miles of reefs. Fishes of the Pacific are the most colorful in the world.

Climate: 81 F (27 C) with little variation during the year.
Water visibility: up to 100-plus feet.
Water temperature: 84F year-round
Natural attractions / marine life: Sea fans, pinnacles, walls, channels, sharks, turtles, rays, whales, giant clams, pelagic schools and reef fish.
Wrecks: German, Japanese and US WW2 wrecks in abundance, including both ships and aircraft.

 

 


 










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