Manta Rays are what made Yap a world class divers destination but there's also much, much more to see. Stunning south reefs, sharks, macro dives and a superb Mandarin fish dive. Dive sites are un-crowded, reefs are healthy and the diving itself is relaxing and with almost no current.

Yap's culture is unique within Micronesia. Visitors can view giant stone discs, up to 12ft in diameter, that were once used as legal tender, or visit a village to watch or participate in a traditional dance.

How To Get There

United Airlines flys roundtrip to Yap two times a week.

Outgoing (Guam to Yap): Late Tuesday or Saturday night

Return (Yap to Guam): Early AM Wednesday or Sunday

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