Truk Diving Holidays
A wreck diver's haven
Tailor-made Truk Diving HolidaysWith all the wrecks lying within the sheltered lagoon, Truk diving holidays allow you to choose to dive from a liveaboard or resort at any dive level. Truk is also the perfect destination for technical divers with many dive centres offering tech services.Nestled in the South West Pacific, imagine sunshine days and a wondrous delight above and below the water. Once a WWII Japanese stronghold, the Americans’ destroyed more aircraft and ships in a two day attack than any other during the war. Today these wrecks, over 60 ships and more than 250 airplanes, give divers a solemn insight with many still carrying their cargo, guns, ammunitions and explosives now covered with corals in warm, clear waters.
What divers say
“Wrecks diver’s dream.”
“The history takes your breath away, but luckily not underwater. Was great to be with guides ands crew who really know what they were talking about, brought the whole experience to life. Definitely go back.”
MEXICO – COZUMEL
9 – 20 November 2019
Ask our dive experts
Because we’re not a mass tourism company, you’ll get a highly personalised service. Think of us as your personal travel consultant – don’t be shy, ask us for anything and leave the rest to us.
Love sharks? Can’t get enough of wrecks? Maybe you want to experience something new. Our knowledgeable team are here to help you get the best out of your next dive holiday.
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The Dive Diaries
Insights, recommendations and dive experiences from our team
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