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The distance from Majuro, the Capitol of the Republic of Marshall Islands  located in the southwest, to Honolulu in the east is 2,136 miles, and to Tokyo to the north west is 2,300 miles. The Capitol of the former Trust Territory, Northern Marinas, lies 2,014 miles to the west. Average rainfall in Majuro is 132 inches (or 335.3 cm) Typically the northern atolls receive a lesser rainfall than those in the South.

Majuro lagoon in the early 1970's that you could fish or "ILARAK" in the lagoon and filled up your small outboard boat, i.e. about 6 by 12 boat with skipjack within such the lagoon of Majuro Atoll. As compare to 1990 until the new millennium, it seems like long liner cruisers in the lagoon could not  able to bring almost around 500 lb. from the lagoon. Population had dramatically change the house for the school of tuna, skipjack and others. It's very rare to get something from this lagoon anymore, in terms of "ILARAK".Times changes and environment change as well.  (Majuro Online)

From the 29 atolls and 5 islands, Majuro is part of this number that share the total approximately 1,225, spread over a sea area of 750,000 square miles. The total land area is 75 square miles, where Majuro Atoll consist on the following figures below:

Lagoon area 113.92 square miles
Land area         3.75 square miles

Population as of 1988 Census datas: 19,664
Households                                         :   2,228
Density                                                :    5,244 persons/sq. mile
Estimation is base on your accurate calculation. Latest datas of Census 2000 available at the Planning and Statistics Office at the MAKO Building in Delap.

Visitors to Majuro by Boat Cruise
Jilu tima elap ko im rej ebokto eboktak drijumbo rej lemnak in lotok Majuro im eo jinoin enaj itaktok ej ilo jinoin February 4, 2002. Mark Stege, menija eo an MIVA ej ba wa in "ASUKA" enaj bojrak tok kin 300 armij rej lotok Majol in. Wa eo juon etan Regal Princess ej kab naj juon kottan an naj bojrak tok Majuro. Ej lemnak in itok May im October. Ebwe ad monono bwe jej loe ke elon lok wa im armij rej lotok kij ilo aelon jidik kein ad iloan wot juon iio. Ekkar nan MIVA. (M.I. Journal)

02/01/2002
Cruisin: The Asuka, which arrives in Majuro on Monday February 4, 2002
Monday herald's the arrival of the first of three cruise ships expected to visit Majuro during 2002. The MIVA is arraging a big greeting for the Asuka that will include a special ceremony down at the RRE shoreline area at 9:30 am this Monday-including music and dancing - as the big curise ship brusting with passengers wil be anchored in the lagoon, wiht small boats shuttling visitors back and forth. The ship is here just for the day, and local craft makers and businesses are looking forward to the visit.
Advised: Jino kebojjak amimono ko im ko im jej aikwiji nan Tourist ren buki im kememij RMI.


Main urban population mostly resides in the communities of Djarrit, Uliga, Delap, and Rairok. The rest would be consider as rural areas but in fact are rural/urban areas listed below: The main reason we consider both was base on the situation and ways of  life existed within these areas, they are convertible, you lives like you are still in the past  but in fact you are truly in the  present. The economy really slow but modernize way of life. Really incredible life...but people still breathing, perhaps because of the customs and cultures that are still around...

a) Rongrong
b) Jelter
c) Iajokla
d) Calalen (Kalalen)
e) Bokaetoktok
f)  Enemakij
g) Biken
h) Enemonet
i) Denmeo
j) Bokmej -
k)Dridrej -
l) Garra (Korra)
m) Ejit - This is where the Kili Bikini Atoll people live and find resident after the NT.
n) Enearmij - This islet used to be called the Ghost Islet. Old timers of  the 70's tell story that this islet is reserved for the ghost where they llive and enjoy.  

2) Bukon in Laura -  Lots of stores and new migrators find new place to live permanently. This was the center for the Japanese Administration before WW II. There were still infrastructures left behind by the Japanese. Beside the  lagoon side road about quarter mile to end of Laura you could locate a statue build by the Japanese Administration. Since the late 60's, there were stories going all around Laura that the stone was not washed out by the Huge Typhoon that hit Majuro. This stone is still there and it has a Japanese engraving on it.  
3) Arrak -  New businesses and new faces coming to this area as well.
4) Woja -  Development of private sectors still undergoing slowly but coming up as plan.
5) Ajeltake - Migration to this side is increasing heavily  days and nights.