Tourism

Hospitality/Tourism

Marshall Islands is located in the northern Pacific region of Micronesia – one of the fastest growing regions for tourism in the worldand is located between North America and Asia, two of the most productive tourism source markets.

Its one of the most isolated nations in the world, perfectly located in a tropical warm area with a large swell window and consistent trade winds.

It prides itself in being thePearl of the Pacificbecause of its rare beauty and pearl-like atolls that make up the islands. As a coral atoll nation, one of only four in the world, the Marshall Islands offers a very unique environment and landscape, consisting of saltwater lagoons encircled by white beaches and small, lush islands – over 1,200 individual islands, 870 reef systems, 800 species of fish, and 160 species of coral.

Investment Opportunities

  • Windsurfing Exploration
  • Diving ventures
  • Resort development
  • Eco–tourism
  • Mini cruise ships
  • Sports fishing
  • Yacht marinas

The following are investment opportunities:

  • Fishing
  • Cold storage & refrigeration facilities
  • Fish processing & canning
  • Service center, providing vessel & net repair, refueling, wholesale & retail
  • Fishing vessels
  • Fish farming

Marshall Islands is an active member of the:

  • Parties to the Nauru Agreement (PNA);
  • Pacific Islands Forum Fisheries Agency; and
  • Western & Central Pacific Fisheries Commission

Majuro has the necessary infrastructure and facilities for fishing activities, including:

  • A deep-water harbor with container handling facilities,
  • A fish based complex equipped with bulk icing facility,
  • A 10 million liter bulk fuel storage bunker facility,
  • Regular international shipping service, and
  • An international airport with regular direct flights to Guam & Honolulu

Current investors include:

  • Luen Thai Fishing Venture, a subsidiary of Luen Thai International Group of Hong Kong
  • Koo’s Fishing Company of Taiwan
  • Shanghai Deep Sea Fisheries Co Ltd of Shanghai, China parent company on Pan Pacific Foods – exports 2,000 metric tons of semi processed fish per year since 2008
  • Hukilau Foods of Honolulu, a subsidiary of Kauai’s Grove Farm Co.
  • Diamond Head Seafood Company of Hawaii