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Bikini Atoll, Majuro

Nature / Park · Island
The test site of the U.S. atomic bomb program, Bikini Atoll intrigues visitors with its untouched history. Shipwrecks surround the island because of atomic tests conducted between 1946 and 1958 that annihilated three islands. Today, the total area stretches 621.5 sq km (240 sq mi), with only 8.8 sq km (3.4 sq mi) of land where 5,400 people still reside. Because of the secluded nature of the islands and dangers of going underwater, getting a certified and safe diving team is highly recommended. Make Bikini Atoll a part of your Majuro vacation plans using our Majuro trip builder site.
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  • Bikini Atoll the test site for the USA atom bomb program, sank about 9 ships, but destroyed over 100. My second trip and a lot has changed, I advise anyone thinking of visiting war wrecks or places...  more »
  • This is some of the best wreck diving in the world. Diving the "Atomic" fleet must be on your bucket list if you are a serious diver. For the last four seasons diving there has been operated by the....  more »
  • I stayed there overnight now i'm talking to my own leg. They have the best Tuna in the world
  • Great place to visit with Family. First once you get there it is beautiful with some tradition but you get used to it but fun place to visit

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