The diving in the islands is truly spectacular. There are opportunities for every level of diving experience as there many sites to choose from. Underwater photographers will be amazed at the water visibility and diversity of the reef's ecosystems.
The Water Temperature is around 81 F degrees (28 C degrees) all year round. It is warm enough to wear just a thermo skin, or 3mm neoprene suit.
The visibility often exceeds 150 feet (50 meters) and can top 200 feet. Where there are currents visibility varies from 30 feet (10 meters) up to 100 feet (30 meters) with the average being about 50 to 60 feet.
Pohnpei is the name of one of the four states in the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM), situated among the Senyavin Islands which are part of the larger Caroline Islands group. Pohnpei Island is the largest, highest, most populous, and most developed single island in the FSM. The islanders of Pohnpei have a reputation as being the most welcoming of outsiders among residents of the island group. The island also contains a wealth of biodiversity.
Surrounded largely by rich mangrove forests, Pohnpei's jagged coastline is intersected by numerous channels that carry nutrients into the vast lagoon. These nutrients attract marine life and make Pohnpei one of the most varied marine environments in Micronesia.
Trips are also made to two neighboring atools, Ant and Pakin. They exude the aura of paradise unspoiled. Here, the true meaning of pristine diving comes to the fore.