The Republic of the Marshall Islands is made up of over 1,200 dots of land just like this; barely visible from a map unless you know exactly where to zoom in. That makes for some seriously undiscovered and sick surf spots all for yourself. #surroundmewithwater ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ by surf photographer @timmckkenna ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

The Republic of the Marshall Islands is made up of over 1,200 dots of land just like this; barely visible from a map unless you know exactly where to zoom in. That makes for some seriously undiscovered and sick surf spots all for yourself. #surroundmewithwater ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ by surf photographer @timmckkenna ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Plane wreck in Kwajalein Atoll, Marshall Islands. One of the remnants of WWII, when Kwajalein, developed by the Japanese Navy into a large seaplane base, came under heavy attack by US Navy aircraft and ships. Photography by @jake_of_all_trades #AllAbandoned

Plane wreck in Kwajalein Atoll, Marshall Islands. One of the remnants of WWII, when Kwajalein, developed by the Japanese Navy into a large seaplane base, came under heavy attack by US Navy aircraft and ships.

Stunning Emon Beach on Kwajalein in the Marshall Islands - I miss this beach! My island home from age 4 to age 11 off and on.

Stunning Emon Beach on Kwajalein in the Marshall Islands (where I grew up spent 12 wonderful years)

Why Isnt Everyone Talking About The Marshall Islands?

Why Is No One Talking About This Technicolor Paradise?

Why Isnt Everyone Talking About The Marshall Islands? an "under the radar" French Polynesia

Floating in the crystal clear waters of the Marshall Islands  #sup #paddleboard #standuppaddle

Floating in the crystal clear waters of the Marshall Island, this pic is amazing

A beach at Kwajalein Atoll, Marshall Islands. Many, many hours spent on these beaches. <3

A beach at Kwajalein Atoll, Marshall Islands. Many, many hours spent on these…

The Marshall Islands are a well-hidden secret with great beaches, World War II history and decent eating. The Marshall Islands also boast great diving.

The Marshall Islands

Bikini Eye / Marshall Island

The Great Blue Hole is the most popular dive destination in Belize. This massive hole under the water is near the Lighthouse Reef and creates a perfect circle of deep blue water. The water is 407 feet deep. It's breathtaking.

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