Kili is situated 180 miles (290 kilometers) southwest of Majuro, the national capital.
While it may be a temptation to just chill out while holidaying in Kili, remember, the surrounding region's numerous scenic wonders are never more than a day trip away.
Take a break from sightseeing and spend a few relaxing hours scuba diving or swimming.
For many of us, enjoying a new place is as much about eating as it is about visiting tourist attractions so make the effort to explore the food in the area. Some ingredients found in a number of Marshall Islands recipe books are rice and taro. There are lots of interesting dishes here. Try barramunid cod (fish cooked in banana leaves) or fried prawns. Those who can always find room for more, can try roasted chestnuts, a lovely way to complete your Marshall Islands culinary experience. Don't forget, whatever time of day it is, the Marshall Islands is a great place to ask for coconut milk.
Don't forget, if you plan to be in the Marshall Islands around the 1st of May, Constitution Day is widely celebrated at that time and many businesses may have irregular opening hours.
As you come to the end of your time in the Marshall Islands, don't forget that you can always return. As good hosts like to say: Once a guest, always a friend.