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Majuro, Marshall Islands
The Marshall Islands, strung out across the Pacific waters like a beautiful necklace, are world-famous for a tropical paradise atmosphere, for coral reefs filled with exotic fish, for historical sites from WWII and for a wealth of indigenous culture. The main attractions for many visitors? Those endless golden beaches, crystal clear seas and secluded lagoons. In addition to the colorful reefs, divers can explore several WWII shipwrecks. Nondivers can enjoy scenic boat rides and bird-watching trips between the atolls, as well as learn all about the history and people of the Marshall Islands at the Alele Museum.