Truk, South-West Pacific dive resorts
Blue Lagoon Resort
Blue Lagoon Resort is the perfect choice for those preferring to stay on dry land.
The resort’s 54 rooms are built in two-storey blocks and each has a veranda or balcony so you can enjoy the gardens and the WWII relics that still remain in the grounds. The resort has one restaurant offering a variety of dishes and a beach bar where you can sit and watch the sunset with a drink at the end of the day. The resort has a well- equipped dive centre with fast boats to make the furthest reaches of the lagoon just a 55 minute ride away. Technical and rebreather divers are well catered for with 3 dives a day on offer. The Blue Lagoon Resort is a super option for those who wish to experience all that Truk has to offer with a little relaxation mixed in too.
Fully equipped dive centre
Technical diving available
Divemaster and Technical services
Equipment rental available
54 air-con ensuite rooms – for more information contact us.
Diving takes place from the well-equipped on-site dive centre, which has 10 boats ready to whisk you off to a choice of dive sites each day. A typical dive day would involve two dives before lunch back at the resort and a third dive in the afternoon. Night dives are offered daily. Experienced Divemasters accompany each dive, with a ratio of six divers to each guide. All dives are preceded by a full briefing.
Nitrox, Rebreather support and technical diving is available. A range of courses can be booked at the dive centre.
MEXICO – COZUMEL
9 – 20 November 2019
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