Truk Lagoon 2017

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Go Dive Brisbane says
Tour Leader - Diver Di

7th - 16th April 2017
Blue Lagoon Resort
From $4,995 per diver

Truk Lagoon
10 days / 9 nights Ex Brisbane

Price Includes:
• Return flights Ex Brisbane to Truk - with Nauru Airlines (conditions apply - flight with 6 stops in the Pacific)
• 9 nights twin share accommodation at Blue Lagoon Resort in Truk Lagoon including return airport transfers
• 14 boat dives in Truk including tanks, weights & dive guide services
• Use of dive locker and use of Kayak

• Welcome drink on arrival
• Nightly movies ( on request )
• Use of kayaks and dive locker
• 1 extra dive with Blue Lagoon Dive Shop (1st day)
• Complimentary lunch on the last day of diving
• Australian departure taxes and applicable airline taxes (subject to change)

Cost Does Not Include:
• Travel insurance, personal spending money and any excess luggage surcharges
• Truk Lagoon dive permit $50.00 USD per person
• Local departure taxes ex Truk USD $20 per person
Booking Requirements:
To secure your place on this trip, you will need to complete a booking form and return it together with a non refundable deposit amount of $500 per person. Balance due 27 February 2017
Booking Conditions apply : Prices subject to change at any time without notice due to currency fluctuations and supplier rate changes. The package is currently based on 1 AUD = 0.70 USD. - see terms and conditions as per Dive Adventures web site
Booking Reference # S-18872

Chuuk Atoll, (also Known as Truk) in the Caroline Islands is infamous for its giant lagoon. The lagoon is the final resting place for more than 100 ships, planes and submarines - the legacy of a fierce World War II battle between the Imperial Japanese Fleet and Allied carrier planes. The lagoon has been declared an underwater museum. Souvenir taking of relics from the area are prohibited by law. Nowhere else in the world are there so many wrecks in close proximity, situated in shallow clear water. Many of the wrecks are visible while snorkelling and there are many on-shore wartime locations to visit. The majority of the wrecks lie off DubIon, Eten, Fefan and Uman Islands and represent the largest naval loss in history. Their cargoes of tanks, trucks, airplanes, mines, bombs, machine gun bullets and thousands of other artefacts including beautiful china are there still to be explored. The warm, tropical waters and prolific marine life has transformed the wrecks into artificial reefs and beautiful coral gardens. The main island of Weno (formerly Moen) is the capital and commercial centre.
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By: Go Dive Brisbane

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