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Truk Lagoon

Chuuk, Federated States of Micronesia
+691 933 4177
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Wreck Diving Paradise!

Thanks to WWII's 1944 Operation Hailstone, Truk (Chuuk) Lagoon is wreck diving paradise. For... read more

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Chuuk, Federated States of Micronesia
+691 933 4177
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Reviewed yesterday

Thanks to WWII's 1944 Operation Hailstone, Truk (Chuuk) Lagoon is wreck diving paradise. For History buffs it's absolutely amazing, Japanese Destroyers, Subs & big & bigger Maru (merchant vessels) carrying Tanks, Planes, Torpedoes, Trucks, Bombs, Bullets, & lots & lots of Beer & Sake! Even...More

Thank CaptQ1
Reviewed 6 days ago

If your into wreck diving or WWII history then this is a must see place. The amount of wrecks and history here is fantastic.

Thank tomtaylor2004
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

During World War II, Truk Lagoon (now Chuuk Lagoon) was the Empire of Japan's main base in the South Pacific theatre. In 1944 the Americans struck - which 70 years later has left us with a wide variety of wrecks to dive. In short -...More

Thank Christian P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This my second time there and it made it better knowing quality of avilable diving.There was 20 of us traveled from Ireland,it blew everybody away,Wow Wow.I would go back at the blink of an eye.We stayed on the SS Thorfinn for the second time for...More

Thank shelbourne0864
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

If you like shipwrecks, you must go. Period. It is the best diving ever in warm water with a different wreck at every turn.

Thank WaterdogsRich
Reviewed 9 November 2017

We stayed at Blue lagoon for 10 days of tec diving. Great wrecks, great dive service, great staff, great everything. Well, except wifi, which sucked badly.

Thank JeffinPuyallup
Reviewed 9 November 2017

we spent a week on the Odyssey , awesome trip , great staff , great service , wreck dives were great,

Thank okdiver62
Reviewed 25 September 2017 via mobile

Arrived in May for a 8 day dive adventure Stayed at the blue lagoon resort Well what a trip the wrecks are wonderful to say the least the people on the island of chuk are friendly and helpful Had a great holiday did 20 dives...More

Thank Geoff G
Reviewed 22 September 2017

I did 9 dives in four days with Blue Lagoon Dive, and they were all excellent. Our guide, Rio, and his brother Ansao were a great team. Rio took us on penetration dives on several wrecks, and knew each very well, giving great dive briefings....More

Thank KiwiBobCambodia
Reviewed 20 September 2017

Chuuk diving with Blue Lagoon Dive Shop is amazing and wonderful!! But it is not for beginners or even intermediate divers. It is perfect for those with perfect buoyancy, a good torch (flashlight) and a sense of adventure. Dives are amazing, but deep, penetrating, and...More

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25 April 2017|
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Response from Harshrk | Reviewed this property |
We stayed at the Blue Lagoon resort. Food and diving was great. It has its own dive centre and they are very nice and thoroughly professional
Claude S
19 April 2017|
Response from Leah H | Reviewed this property |
The wrecks are all within between 10 and 15 mins ride by boat from the resort, so not really an issue. Liveaboards will tie up on the wreck mooring, so you dive directly off the boat. Food on the liveaboards will probably be... More