Apart from exploring the spectacular geography and geology of the Marshall Islands and partaking in activities such as swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving and fishing, there are several other activities to enjoy as well. Guided military and WWII tours will interest the war and history buffs. So will the Alele Museum and Public Library, which showcases the history of the Marshallese culture. The museum, which is located next to the courthouse in Uliga, has several well-preserved tools and artifacts depicting how the early islanders lived.
Another activity worth trying is shopping. Despite its small size and humble roots, Marshall Islands do not disappoint tourists who enjoy shopping during vacations. The island has several shops selling arts, crafts and souvenirs, which can be bought for fairly cheap rates. The specialty of the island is the local curios prepared by islanders. The special weaving patterns and boat-construction techniques are also a specialty and you can purchase miniature boats and canoes to take home.