Jeh is situated about 170 miles (274 kilometers) west of Majuro, the country's capital.
Vacationing in just one place, regardless of its popularity, will only ever provide you with a glimpse into the broader natural and cultural makeup of a region. So be sure to explore the Marshall Islands' other natural and man-made attractions. Leuen, 50 miles (80 kilometers) to the east, and Namu, 55 miles (89 kilometers) to the southeast of Jeh are also worth visiting should you have the time.
The Marshall Islands offer some fun outdoor options for active travelers with a love of water. Snorkeling and surfing are both popular pastimes here.
If you really want to get to know the customs of the area, take your time to visit the region's cafés and restaurants. Often, these are good places to meet people who live in the area as well as try out dishes that are commonly eaten here. Rice as well as taro are often used in cooking here. Two local favorites not to miss are barramunid cod (fish cooked in banana leaves) are fried prawns. To complete your typical local meal, try roasted chestnuts. Afterwards, relax with a refreshing local coconut milk.
No matter how far you have traveled and no matter how long you have to spend here, special memories of the Marshall Islands will remain with you for a very long time.