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Flights to Enejit Island

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Enejit Island isn't actually a single island, but rather part of Mili Atoll, a chain of 92 islands in the Ratak chain of the Marshall Islands. Located in the Pacific Ocean, Mili Atoll is known for its beautiful coral reefs and clear lagoons. Enejit offers opportunities for relaxation and water activities. You can snorkel or dive on the reefs that are full of fish and coral, or simply relax on the beach. The island also has a historical site: the ruins of a US military base from World War II.

The Marshall Islands has a tropical climate with warm temperatures year-round. However, there's more rain from November to April, so the best time to visit Enejit Island is between May and October for drier weather.

If you're thinking about visiting Enejit Island, we've got you covered with a wide range of flight options. At Alternative Airlines we ticket over 600 airlines, so finding flights to Enejit Island will be a breeze! To find cheap, flexible flights to Enejit Island simply enter your departure airport you wish to fly from and choose your travel dates.

Airports near Enejit Island

Reach Enejit Island your way. You can easily travel to Enejit Island using any of these 4 airports.

Marshall Islands International Airport

This is the closest international airport to Enejit Island, located in Majuro, the capital city of the Marshall Islands. It is approximately a 30-minute flight from Enejit Island. From there, you can take a connecting flight to Enejit Island's local airport.


Kosrae International Airport

Although not in close proximity, Kosrae International Airport in Micronesia is another option for travellers heading to Enejit Island. It is approximately a 2-hour flight from Enejit Island. From Kosrae, you can take a connecting flight to Enejit Island's local airport.


Chuuk International Airport

Chuuk International Airport, also known as Weno International Airport, is located in Chuuk State, Micronesia. It is approximately a 2.5-hour flight from Enejit Island. From Chuuk, you can take a connecting flight to Enejit Island's local airport.


Pohnpei International Airport

Pohnpei International Airport is situated in Pohnpei, Micronesia. It is approximately a 3-hour flight from Enejit Island. From Pohnpei, you can take a connecting flight to Enejit Island's local airport.

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Things to do in Enejit Island

In a city full of many sights to see, we've picked out our top 3 must-sees:

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Pristine Beaches

Enejit Island is home to some of the most untouched and pristine beaches in the Marshall Islands. The white sandy beaches, coupled with the crystal-clear turquoise waters, create a breathtaking spectacle that is sure to captivate any beach lover. Whether you want to soak up the sun, take a leisurely stroll, or indulge in water sports, the beaches of Enejit Island offer something for everyone.

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Rich Marine Life

Enejit Island is a paradise for marine life enthusiasts. The surrounding waters are teeming with a diverse array of marine species, including colourful coral reefs, exotic fish, and even sea turtles. Snorkelling and diving are popular activities, offering visitors a chance to explore this underwater wonderland up close.

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Relaxation and Culture

Enejit offers a laid-back atmosphere perfect for relaxation. Stretch out on the beach, soak up the sun, and enjoy the tranquility of the island. You can also learn about Marshallese culture by visiting nearby villages and interacting with the locals.

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