A Wreck Diver's Paradise.
Chuuk, also known as Truk or Truk Lagoon, is famously the resting place of an entire fleet of ships sunk in a single WWII battle. A massive amount of thriving coral growth and interesting artifacts makes the wrecks enjoyable for all divers. Diving is available for all skill levels.
Visit some of the smaller islands throughout Chuuk's lagoon where you'll find small villages coexisting with old air-raid shelters and other structures left from WWII.
WWII History Tour
Take a guided tour to Chuuk's historic WWII sites and structures.
Outer Islands, Overnight
Spend a night or two on a tiny outer island in the lagoon. Stay in one of the small rooms available, or bring a hammock and sleep under the stars. Dive tours offer daily pick-up and drop-off from the island.
What You Need to Know
Your Questions, Answered
Passports must be valid for 6 months beyond your final date of travel.
A departure fee of $30 per person is collected at the airport prior to departing. Credit cards are accepted if the machines are working, but it's best to bring cash.