Visit Ocean Reefs and Aquariums (ORA) coral and giantclam holding and raising facility, which features a number of different species and sizes of giant clams (for the aquarium market). Call Mr. Provan Crump at (692) 455-7228.
Learn more about Marshallese tradition and history at Alele, which features authentic tools and artifacts, traditional canoe displays, original photos from the Joachim deBrum collection and more. Located in downtown Majuro, open M-F 9AM-12PM and 1PM-4PM. Call Alele at 625-3372 for more information.
Located at the western end of Majuro is Laura Beach Park, a popular picnic site. Here you’ll find a sandy beach, picnic areas, and a fresh water shower. Visitors are recommended to rent a car to visit Laura, (about an hour drive from town). The $1 entry fee is used for clean up and maintenance.
Learn about Marshallese canoe construction and sailing at the Waan Aelon in Majol canoe house, located near the Marshall Islands Resorts. Visit the canoe house during normal working hours (M-F) and you’ll find several canoe builders working on various canoe types. Ask for Alson for a quick bwebwenato (chat) at 625-6123 and email@example.com.