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The 2,147 islands of Micronesia are scattered over 3 million square miles of the North Pacific. Together they total just 717 square miles of land. They comprise eight distinct and totally unique island groups–each with its own culture,
language, history and stunning tropical attractions. The groups are Guam, the Republic of Palau, the Marianas, Pohnpei, Yap, Chuuk (Truk), the Marshalls and Kosrae.
Micronesia is the name given to the two thousand, tiny, tropical islands, scattered over an area of more than three million square miles of the Pacific Ocean, between the Hawaii islands and the Philippines.
The eight, main Micronesian island groups include: Guam, The Republic of Palau (Belau), The Marianas, Pohnpei, Yap, Truk (Chuuk), The Marshall Islands (Majuro) and Kosrae. Each island group has its own unique culture, language, history and attractions.
The islands and atolls are the result of volcanic activity, which took place millions of years ago. Many of the islands are the summits of huge, underwater mountains, or rims of sunken volcano craters, peaking through the water surface, forming tropical lagoons.
Hideaway Holidays offers affordable Micronesia package specials, Micronesia diving packages and airfare deals and for those wanting to explore these islands the Micronesia Airpass where you can island hop between Guam and Palau, Pohnpei, the Marshall Islands,
Truk Lagoon, Yap and the Marshall Islands id the ideal choice. Special accommodation packages to suit every budget are available, from boutique hotels and resorts to 5-star luxury resorts.
Micronesia means romance and is a great destination for Honeymooners looking for that idyllic island resort. Hideaway Holidays can even arrange your wedding in paradise, or a Renewal of Vows.
Micronesia diving is renowned as being world class. The pristine waters plays host to a variety of dazzling marine life whilst Truk Lagoon is the ultimate destination for wreck diving enthusiasts.
Dive liveaboards operate in Truk Lagoon and Palau, and there are great snorkelling locations throughout the islands. Kayak around the many islands or hike to secluded lakes and waterfalls. For culture lovers, visit and enjoy the experience
of traditional village life and for the history buffs there are many World War II sites to keep you enthralled.
Chuuk (formerly known as Truk) lagoon is another of Micronesia’s incredible undersea phenomena. The giant lagoon is almost 40 miles in diameter and reaches depths of 300 feet. Aside from the sheer beauty of the undersea coral reef beneath the clear water, the bottom of Chuuk lagoon is the final tomb for more than 100 ships, planes and submarines–the legacy of a fierce World War II battle between the Japanese Imperial Fleet and Allied carrier attack planes.
For the past 50 years these wrecks have rested on the bottom virtually undisturbed, creating the greatest underwater museum in the world.
The warm tropical water, prolific marine life and ocean currents have transformed the wrecks into breathtakingly beautiful coral gardens and artificial reefs, home to hundreds of exotic marine animals and fish. Today, Chuuk lagoon is a mecca to the world’s sport divers, underwater photographers and marine scientists.
Diving & Snorkeling
To the diving enthusiast, Chuuk offers unquestionably the finest wreck diving experience available. It is a rare opportunity to find so many ship wrecks so close together and so completely intact. Chuuk also grows better with time and exploration. With each year of submersion the wrecks become more gilded in a lacework of brilliantly coloured soft coral, sponges, anemones and sea fans. This dense marine life, in turn, attracts great schools of jacks, tuna, grouper and other creatures of the deep.