Welcome to our Micronesia dive and travel planner where you can learn about the diving experiences across Micronesia and the best way to travel these islands.
What Divers Should Know About Micronesia
“Micronesia” is an area in the North Pacific that includes thousands of islands with some of the world’s best diving. Micronesia region includes the Federated States of Micronesia, the Caroline Islands as well as Guam, which is part of the Northern Marianas Islands, and Palau.
Micronesian islands are among the least traveled in the entire world and scuba diving accounts for most of the tourism throughout the region.
The Islands of Micronesia
This diving region is nearly 3 million square miles of Northern Pacific Ocean, has three different countries and comprised of several thousand islands and islets – surprisingly the total land mass of Micronesia collectively is no larger than the city of Los Angeles.
The Republic of Palau, the Federated States of Micronesia and Guam, part of the Northern Marianas island chain are the three countries that visitors must travel to dive anywhere in Micronesia.
Micronesia offers divers some of the world’s best underwater experiences that include vibrant coral reef environments, marine parks rich with manta rays, sharks and fish as well as historic shipwrecks.
Micronesia diving boasts some of the most popular and iconic dive sites in the world – Blue Corner in Palau, Vertigo in Yap and the San Francisco Maru in Chuuk Lagoon are just a few examples – these islands offer some of the most diverse warm-water diving in a single region.
World Class Dive Sites
Micronesia offer divers several of the most popular dive sites and wreck dives in the world. The world’s first shark and manta ray sanctuaries were created in Micronesia which today boasts world renown big animal diving. Unique dive experiences from iconic to adventurous exist for the few travelers that visit this region. The world’s most consist manta ray diving is happening in Micronesia.
Diversity of Diving Experiences
Palau, Yap, Chuuk, Pohnpei, Kosrae and Guam islands all have environments that offer divers and travelers something to suit any dive preference and training level. Everything Micronesia diving is known for can be seen using recreational dive training and equipment plus there are spectacular opportunities for technical divers.
This is where some local help really pays off, island hopping in Micronesia is almost exclusively one carrier with Guam at the center of the routes. Getting to Micronesia is a long haul for most, combining two islands is the best way to travel the region. Getting the inside on your travel options takes knowing the local routes, days and departure times… we offer free travel assistance for all of Micronesia.
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