Micronesia: Ulithi, Yap, and Palau

Micronesia: Ulithi, Yap, and Palau

Micronesia: Ulithi, Yap, and Palau

Trip Details:

Operator:   Oceanic Society
Price From: TBA
Ideal Age Range: 19 to 30, 31 to 50, Over 51
Fitness Needs: Moderately Fit
Program duration: 13 days
Trip Dates: 13-05-2017

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About this program

Here’s a great opportunity to join Oceanic Society on an expedition to explore sea life in beautiful Micronesia.

This naturalist-led snorkelling program gives you the chance to explore all of the underwater riches of Ulithi Atoll, Palau and Yap Island.

Discover white sand beaches, coral reefs, lagoons and the abundance of marine life that live in these crystal clear waters. Explore over 385 species of coral and at least 13 species of shark and manta rays. Visit Ulithi, which expects less than 150 visitors each year, affording you the feeling of being on a private island.


Day 1-2: Honolulu - Koror, Palau

Fly across the international date line to arrive in Koror, Palau.

Day 3-7: Palau

Daily snorkeling trips in Palau's reef complex, picnic lunches at Rock Islands' beaches. One day to explore jellyfish lake, and one tour to visit Palau's cultural sights.

Day 8: Koror - Yap

Afternoon snorkel to search for manta rays in the new Manta Ray Sanctuary.

Day 9: Yap - Ulithi

Afternoon beach snorkeling.

Day 10-12: Ulithi Atoll

Full days for snorkeling in pristine waters with many reefs still untouched. We will likely be the only visitors in the entire atoll. One day to visit to nesting sea turtles and to snorkel at the remote Turtle Islands.

Day 13: Ulithi - Yap

Morning beach snorkel; afternoon flight to Yap.

Day 14: Yap

Cultural and natural history tour.

Day 15/14: Yap - Honolulu

Fly to Honolulu crossing international dateline, gain a day.

Country Fast Facts


Official Language(s)English, Palauan
Population17,948 (2015 estimate)
Climate(s)Tropical Rainforest
Major Airport(s):Roman Tmetuchl International Airport (ROR)
Economic Driver(s):Tourism, Agriculture, Fishing

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