Aur is located some 85 miles (137 kilometers) from Majuro, the capital of the Marshall Islands.
The Marshall Islands is a well-established travel destination, which means getting around is simple. Make sure you give yourself enough time to discover the many attractions the region has to share. Maloelap, 35 miles (56 kilometers) to the south, and Airok, 55 miles (89 kilometers) to the north of Aur are also worth visiting should you have the time.
Pack your own equipment or rent some when you get here, and get out onto the water. Surfing is one great activity. Another option is swimming.
Taste the various tastes of the Marshall Islands by trying out the food that is eaten here. Amongst the variety of ingredients frequently used in this part of the world are rice and taro. There are plenty of interesting dishes in this area. Sample barramunid cod (fish cooked in banana leaves) or fried prawns. Roasted chestnuts is a typical dessert. If you feel as though you'd like a refreshing drink, coconut milk is a good option.
Much of the Marshall Islands acknowledges Constitution Day on the 1st of May, so be prepared for changes to visitor attraction opening hours and increased demand for transport.
There is a saying: it is far better to see a thing once than to hear about it a million times. With its breathtaking vistas and friendly people, the Marshall Islands will more than live up to your expectations.