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Activities on Nauru Holidaying on Nauru promises to be a unique experience but it still offers all the benefits of 'island time' and Pacific Island relaxation. Relax back and enjoy the tropical sunshine, snooze at your hotel or get out and about and see the island. Here's a list things to do on extraordinary Nauru: fishingDeep sea game fishing Locals with privately owned boats hire out their vessels to take you deep sea game fishing on request. There are a number of local people involved and it is best to organise your trip through the staff at your hotel. Journeys to deeper waters surrounding Nauru are undertaken dependent on availability of boats, weather and sea conditions etc. However once out on the Pacific blue, anglers can catch a great selection of fish including marlin, yellowfin tuna, skipjack, barracuda and more. Scuba diving Clear water and an unspoilt reef mean scuba diving from Nauru is a popular activity. There is a variety of marine life to be seen and one significant wreck to dive. Scuba diving equipment can be hired on the island. swimmingSwimming It's not a real vacation if you can't cool off in the big blue...locals recommend the beach next to the Menen Hotel as the best place to take a swim. Walks The central area of Nauru offers an interesting walk around the pinnacles that make up the remains of the phosphate mine. Menen Hotel organises walking tours through this area. Otherwise, the island's green belt circles the island and provides roads for driving or walking. shoppingShopping - arts and crafts Menen Hotel boutique has gifts and books. Other small stores sell a variety of food and goods. Tobacco and alcohol are duty free. The Nauru Philatelic Bureau offers a range of sought after Philatelic issues of Nauru. Arts and crafts are available from small owner operated stores dotted around the island. Artisans sell their own artworks from these stalls within their own districts. Food and Entertainment Menen Hotel has two restaurants offering a variety of cuisine and provides regular barbecues. Reynaldo's is another well known local restaurant, offering Chinese cuisine
Majuro

Alele Museum
P.O. box 629 Majuro
Majuro 96960
Ph: (692) 625-3372
Fax: (692) 625-3226

"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"
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Bako Divers
Majuro
Ph: (692) 247-8961
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"Bako Divers offers scuba, snorkeling and lagoon tours in Majuro and Arno Atoll. They also offer short diving courses for beginners."
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Canoes of the Marshall Islands
P.O. Box 1453, Majuro
96960
Ph: 692-625-6123
Fax: 692-625-6120

"Learn about Marshallese canoe construction and sailing at the Waan Aelon in Majol canoe house, located near the Marshall Islands Resort. Visit the canoe house during normal working hours (M-F) and you’ll find several canoe builders working on various canoe types. "
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Marshall Islands Mariculture Farm
Majuro
Marshall Islands
Ph: (692) 247 2526
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"Visit Ocean Reefs and Aquariums (ORA) coral and giant-clam holding and raising facility, which features a number of different species and sizes of giant clams (for the aquarium market). Visitors are welcome for tours three times each week for $5/person."
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Marshalls Dive Adventures
Satoshi Yoshii
opposite Hotel Reimers
Ph: (692) 625-3483/3250
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"Marshalls Dive Adventures is the RMI's original dive/tour operator, offering diving, snorkeling and sightseeing tours on Majuro, Arno, Mili, Jaluit and Bikini Atolls. MDA also offers short diving courses for beginners."
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Tobolar Copra Processing Plant
Majuro
Ph: (692) 625 3116
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"The first real economic mainstay of most Pacific Islanders, including Marshallese, was copra production (copra is the dried out meat of coconuts). Today, copra production remains an important source of income for locals and at the Tobolar Copra Processing Plant, you can see copra made into coconut oil, soaps, body oil, and coconut feed. "
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Majuro Outer Islands

Bikini Atoll Divers
Bikini Atoll
Ph: (692) 625-4256/3177
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"Bikini Atoll Divers offers week-long dive tours on Bikini's nuclear fleet."
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