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Explore the Ghost Fleet of Chuuk Lagoon which is possibly one of the best wreck diving destinations in the world.
Make the long journey to Kosrae to be spoilt with the untouched feel of the island and to explore its magnificent fringing coral reefs.
Often called Garden Island because of its lush green appearance, Pohnpei offers quality diving with sharks and manta rays at seemingly untouched reefs in crystal clear waters of the Pacific Ocean.
Remote and exotic, Yap is heaven for divers who want an up-close and personal experience with manta rays.
Visit Yap from December to April to see manta rays during mating season. Males will chase the tails of larger females, and you might sometimes spot a pregnant female. Manta rays are almost a guaranteed sighting in Yap as are reef sharks at a drop-off called Vertigo. In the Truk Lagoon at Chuuk, shipwrecks attract all manner of sea creatures looking for food and shelter. Sharks are often seen passing by as schools of fish like fusilier and snapper hang around the wrecks. Mandarin fish, anthias and anemone fish always delight. A closer look will reveal critters like nudibranch, scorpion fish and shrimp. Palau has its famed Jellyfish Lake filled with non stinging jellyfish. At Pohnpei, you’ll find huge schools of barracuda near the atolls and other pelagic species like sharks, trevally, tuna and sea turtles. Look out into the blue for eagle rays, which come to the atolls to feed and clean. Kosrae will reveal beautiful coral reefs buzzing with life. Colorful reef fish, critters and also resting nurse sharks can be found, and this is also frequently visited by eagle rays.
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