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In a land far away from the hustle and bustle of the crowded cities, on a beautiful blue lagoon, in the heart of Micronesia you will find a hidden treasure. Only here can you relax in a tropical setting, cooled by the gentle breeze of the trade winds and be thrilled by the excitement of the most famous underwater museum in the world.
The Truk Blue Lagoon Resort on the island of Moen in Chuuk offers a breathtaking view of the world famous "Truk Lagoon" and is the perfect location for both divers and business travelers.
The hotel's low two story design of 54 modern, spacious, air conditioned rooms blends perfectly with the island's tropical and serene atmosphere. You can enjoy a view of the lagoon from the balcony of all rooms.
Just outside your hotel room you can meander through the resort’s palm shaded gardens to the white sand beach for a refreshing swim in the clear lagoon.
The resort’s island style restaurant has an excellent choice of local seafood and Pacific and Asian cuisine. Three fresh meals are served daily and prepared to perfection. Arrange for a packed lunch for your extended dive trip or enjoy the tropical sunset while you dine in a romantic setting only found in the islands.
The Blue Lagoon Dive Shop is conveniently located on the hotel grounds and the boat dock makes it simple for you to take motorboat excursions to distant atolls, for snorkeling, as well as dive trips.
The air conditioned shop provides sales, service and classes. A fleet of fast dive boats and knowledgeable guides provide easy access to the wrecks and allows divers the freedom to dive in small, personal groups on wrecks of their choice. This is where you will find some if the best diving in Micronesia.
The islands are also filled with history from World War II. For family members or friends who are non-divers, the island has taxi service and private tour buses that offer visits to historic and cultural sites. Visit a distant atoll for snorkeling and diving or spend the night on a small island, arrange a fishing expedition or grab a kayak and paddle in the pristine waters that surround you here.
Photographs courtesy of Truk Blue Lagoon resort