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Marshall Islands Travel Tips and Information

Marshall Islands Travel Tips and Information

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Official NameRepublic of the Marshall Islands
Country CodeMH
LanguageEnglish, Marshallese
Country Code (international calls)692

The flight time to Marshall Islands is approximately ---- hours. Check the climate, currency, religion, manners, other information of Marshall Islands below. Wishing you pleasant travels to Marshall Islands.

The Marshall Islands are an extensive chain of volcanic islands and coral atolls located in the central Pacific Ocean, between Hawaii and the Philippines.

Visa and Immigration Procedures to Marshall Islands

All visitors must have a valid passport. Nationals from the US, Micronesia, Palau, American Samoa and the EU are allowed to enter the country without a visa. Nationals from other countries can obtain a visa on arrival but are required to present a recent police record and health clearance.

Things/Items Allowed into Marshall Islands

Travelers are allowed to bring in without customs duty 600 individual cigarettes and 2 liters of alcoholic beverages.

Things/Items Forbidden out of Marshall Islands

• High-frequency Radios • Explosive Materials • Drugs • X-Ray Equipment

Things/Items Forbidden into Marshall Islands

• Explosive Materials • Drugs • Currency in excess of USD 20,000

Voice of Travelers to Marshall Islands

My experience in Marshall Islands was great

My experience in Marshall Island was very good. Luckily, the weather in Marshall Islands was in my favor too. Initially, after booking my air ticket to Marshall Islands, I was a little unsure after reading some reviews, however, the trip was smooth. Air tickets are not expensive when compared to tickets for other countries in the region. Air tickets were so easy to book. All Air tickets were purchased online and the tickets were received via email. I arrived at the airport early and then presented my booked air tickets at the counter. There were no problems. The immigration procedure at the airport in Marshall Islands was also problem free. The people in the Marshall Island are very helpful and it is a very enjoyable country. I will visit again!

Cheap tickets and the holiday was very affordable

I travelled from Majuro to New York. They service was very good. When I flew from the Marshall Islands, I flew with a business class air ticket and had WiFi access. The food in the Marshall Islands was amazing. Air ticket prices are very affordable. My flight had a new TV and the in-flight shows were about the Marshall Island. One can find really cheap deals to the Marshall Islands with discounted air tickets. Air Marshall Islands offer cost effecient and safe service to all passengers. The return flight from Marshall Islands departed on time and I pleasantly surprised by how comfortable the seats were onboard. Overall, I was very happy with the service and it was good value for money. I will return to the Marshall Islands and book my next time with Marshall Islands airlines. You must visit!

Marshall Islands Travel FAQs

Q. When is the best season to visit the Marshall Islands?

A. The Marshall Islands is an island nation, therefore the climate there is tropical. May through November has heavy rainfall and there are also tropical storms during this time. March through August is the most popular time to visit for many tourists, however, this also means that air ticket prices will be higher. September is recommended as the weather is more predictable and a festival celebrating the Marshallese culture is held during this month.

Marshall Islands - Direct Flights to Major Airports

Airports handling direct flights toAmata Kabua International Airport• Stewart International Airport (New York) • Charles de Gaulle Airport (Paris) • Heathrow Airport (London)

Flight Routes to Marshall Islands

Air Marshall Islands, the national carrier, has regular scheduled flights to 10 of the atolls in the Marshall Islands. The Majuro International Airport is the only international airport in the Marshall Islands. Direct flights to the Marshall Islands are available from many destinations around the world such as Tokyo, New York and Guam. However, only United Airlines operates flights to and from Majuro.