The Federated States of Micronesia are commonly called Micronesia. The archipelago consists of 607 islands in the Pacific Ocean. The country itself has a complex mix of cultures, traditions, customs, languages, and folklore. Micronesia has been occupied and colonized by various countries and political powers over its history. Nowadays most of the territory is independent, and unites such states as Kosrae, Pohnpei, Chuuk, and Yap. Pohnpei has ancient ruins and colonial architecture, Korsae is good for tranquil rest, Yap is home to various traditions, and Chuuk is a real paradise for divers, who can explore an underwater World War II “museum”. The country is remote and the nature is pristine, which makes it a perfect place for a cozy vacation. You can experience great diving opportunities in Micronesia. Tourists love Micronesia because of its unspoiled shores and unbelievably clear waters with colorful, fringing corals. Micronesia is a “must-dive” location, because it is filled with shipwrecks, stunning corals, dramatic slopes, and countless marine species. This combination creates a real adventure and lets divers experience different kinds of diving without even leaving a single country. Scuba diving in Micronesia will be truly an adventure. The depth varies by the location, but averages 15-30m/49-98ft. There are sites for divers of different levels. The majority of the dive sites are accessible by boat. Most popular dive sites There is an impressive number of dive sites, with something for everyone. There are shipwrecks at Helmet wreck, SMS Cormoran/Tokai Maru, Nippo Maru, San Francisco Maru, and dozens of other spots. Divers can explore various slopes, walls, shallows, holes, and fish at Lionfish Wall, Poahlong Pass, Walung Corals Garden, Shark Island, and Blue Hole.