Truk Lagoon is recognized as the world’s greatest wreck diving destination and for good reason. More than 60 World War II Japanese war ships and aircraft were sunk during Operation Hailstone in February of 1944 and now rest peacefully on the floor of Truk Lagoon. All of these sunken monuments are accessible – most at a depth suitable for the novice or sport diver. Reef diving is one of Chuuk’s best kept secrets because the focus and thrill of diving Truk Lagoon is the wrecks. Chuuk has miles and miles of mostly unexplored reef with a wide variety of big and small fish, turtles, and vibrant corals.

Blue Lagoon Dive Resort

During WWII, The Blue Lagoon Resort grounds were utilized by The Imperial Japanese Command. Many wartime relics and structures remain today; including armament and defensive “pillboxes”. The Blue Lagoon Resort is located beside the largest underwater WWII museum in the world. Shaded by palm trees, The Blue Lagoon Resort grounds are great for quiet moments, scenic walks and photography of Truk Lagoon and Chuuk Islands. The Blue Lagoon Resort has fun activities for divers and non divers. The natural scenery of Chuuk makes it easy to relax and absorb the beauty of the Pacific.

Truk Odyssey

Truk’s finest liveaboard vessel you’ll find amenities consistent with the world’s top liveaboards. Accommodations include 6 staterooms with either king size or 2 twin beds, 2 price single staterooms and 1 stateroom with a double/twin bunk, private ensuite facilities, air conditioning controls and DVD player.