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Flights to Rongelap Island

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Rongelap Atoll, in the Marshall Islands' Ralik Chain, is known for its natural beauty and complex history. While some residents returned after nuclear testing in the 1950s, the atoll remains sparsely populated. Water sport enthusiasts will love the surrounding waters. Dive and snorkel vibrant coral reefs teeming with fish and marine wildlife. Alternatively, kayak or stand-up paddle board through calm lagoons, soaking up the scenery.

The Marshall Islands have a tropical climate with warm temperatures year-round. However, there's more rain from November to April. The best time to visit Rongelap Atoll for drier weather is between May and October. Be aware that amenities on Rongelap may be limited compared to other Marshallese Islands.

Fancy a trip to Rongelap Island? With over 600 airlines to choose from and more than 40 ways to pay, Alternative Airlines can help you conveniently book your flights to Rongelap Island. We offer budget-friendly, flexible flight routes to Rongelap Island no matter where you're flying from or when you plan to travel!

Airports near Rongelap Island

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

Marshall Islands International Airport

This is the closest international airport to Rongelap Island, located in Majuro, the capital city of the Marshall Islands. It is approximately 200 miles away from Rongelap Island and can be reached by a connecting flight from Majuro to Rongelap.


Kosrae International Airport

Although not as close as Marshall Islands International Airport, Kosrae International Airport is another option for travellers heading to Rongelap Island. It is located in Kosrae, Federated States of Micronesia, and is approximately 400 miles away from Rongelap Island. From Kosrae, you can take a connecting flight to Rongelap.


Chuuk International Airport

Chuuk International Airport is another regional airport that can be considered for reaching Rongelap Island. It is located in Chuuk, Federated States of Micronesia, and is approximately 500 miles away from Rongelap Island. From Chuuk, you can take a connecting flight to Rongelap.


Pohnpei International Airport

Pohnpei International Airport is the last option for reaching Rongelap Island. It is located in Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia, and is approximately 600 miles away from Rongelap Island. From Pohnpei, you can take a connecting flight to Rongelap.

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Things to do in Rongelap Island

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

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Untouched Paradise

Experience the pristine beauty of Rongelap Island, a hidden gem in the Marshall Islands. Immerse yourself in the untouched nature, crystal-clear waters, and abundant marine life.

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Wreck Dives

Rongelap Atoll is a haven for wreck divers. During World War II, the US Navy heavily bombed the area, leaving behind warships scattered across the ocean floor. Divers can explore these wrecks, teeming with marine life that has made them their home. Some wrecks are even relatively shallow, making them accessible to divers of all experience levels.

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Traditional Marshallese Culture

The Marshallese people have a unique culture with a rich history of navigation and boat building. Visitors can experience this culture firsthand by visiting a village and participating in a cultural demonstration. These demonstrations may include learning how to make traditional crafts, trying local foods, and watching performances of Marshallese dance.

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