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Why I Lve Micronesia



As Guam and Micronesia’s hometown airline for over 50 years, United is your ticket to unlocking Micronesia-over 2.9 million square miles across the Pacific know to the work for its incredible underwater attractions. With more than 2, 100 islands in the regions and a variety of deep history and culture, adventure awaits in magnificent Micronesia. These islands boast some of the world’s most famous wrecks dives where adventures can experience incredible World War II history alongside vibrant marine like.


Why Micronesia?

Welcome to Micronesia, a spellbinding world abounding with warm caressing breezes, captivatingly rich culture and exotic adventure all dancing around in unison under the thick golden rays of an arching tropical sun. The mysterious, the magical and the modern sides of life all lie within easy reach for the welcomed visitor, just like a swollen ripe mango dropping from a mango tree into a waiting hand.


Together with Guam, Micronesia comprises of the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, the Republic of the Marshall Islands, the Federated States of Micronesia and Palau, with each different island chain offering a unique and unforgettable experience.


Guam, a U.S. territory, is the largest and most populous island, considered the “gateway” to Micronesia and a hub for the region.

The Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI) is a U.S. Commonwealth consisting of 14 islands just to the north of Guam, and along with Guam, forms the Mariana Islands archipelago.

The Federated States of Micronesia (FSM) and Palau are both independent island nations in a Compact of Free Association with the U.S. and together make up the nations in Caroline Islands archipelago to the south of Guam.

The Republic of the Marshall Islands is also an independent island in a Compact of Free Association with the U.S. approximately 1500 miles to the east of Guam, and is comprised of many small low lying islands and atolls.

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For those of us who seek out locations where dreams long for reality, there are still a few left in the world where unspoiled landscapes, epic adventures and the romance of a secluded lagoon and forgotten beach can become reality.  Beneath expansive azure skies and seemingly infinite stretches of both turquoise and deep blue water ahead, the region of Micronesia is still one of those places.

As modern technology and communication connect the world at an ever greater pace and the once exotic places of yesterday become increasingly rare today, it is refreshing to find hidden jewels still available for exploration, admiration, and yes, even relaxation.

Boonie Stomps - Libugon to Fonte Swim Hole

Jul 06      Libugon to Fonte Swim Hole      Medium      3 hours for 2 miles

We’ll visit the ruins of the historic site of the U.S. Navy radio station and “Operation Magic”, hidden in the thick jungle. Then we’ll hike to the 1910 brick dam, climb to the excellent lookout, and explore the valley downstream to cool off in the waterfalls and pools. Bring: 2 quarts water, get wet shoes, gloves, swim suit, sun screen, insect repellent, lunch, and camera. Special conditions: Sword grass, possible muddy trail, mosquitoes, and some short steep slopes.

Wrexpedition Palau

Palau, renowned for its beautiful lagoons and thrilling marine action is also the resting place for the “JAPANESE LOST FLEET OF THE ROCK ISLANDS”. Covered by lush marine growth and protected by law from salvers, divers recently discovered the beauty and diversity of Palau’s wrecks.

Wrexpedition is one of Fish ‘n Fins special annual events which lasts one week and includes 5 days of diving, 3 tanks a day, seminars and optional tech-diving. Between the dives and during the seminars participants have the unique opportunity to watch extraordinary documentaries about WWII.

2019 Palau Open Water Weekend Event

Alii Swimmers and Adventure Seekers!

We welcome you to the 2019 Palau Open Water Weekend!
Get ready for one of the best swimming experiences you could ever imagine. All of us here with Palau Swimming Association are excited to meet, talk story, and swim with you this summer. So again, Sulang (“Thank you” in Palauan) for your interest to come out to this very special and unique event.

For more information on events and event schedule please visit:

Sam’s Tours and Palau Royal

Sam's Tours has been part of Kids Sea Camp for several years, hosting adventurous underwater families during their time in Palau! 
Some of the topics and discussions covered during our Kids Sea Camp are:
  • Differences between fish and marine mammals.
  • Shape, color and texture of various marine life.
  • Space, color and movement underwater.
  • Differences between animals with bones and no bones.
  • Function morphology.
  • Dazzling color, light and motion of marine habitats.  
  • What do sea creatures feed on?

Mobil All Micronesia Fishing Tournament

Labor Day weekend in North America is the same weekend the Marshall Islands pays tribute to its working class during Rijerbal Day, held on the first Friday of September. This Marshalls Billfish Club-sponsored fishing tournament is one of the most exciting national holidays. Teams from across Asia and the South Pacific fight to catch the biggest bite at the Uliga Dock on Saturday and Sunday, and receive awards at the Marshall Islands Resort Poolside on Sunday.

Manit (Custom) Day

The most important aspect of Marshall Islands culture, family, is the focus of this cultural festival held the last Friday of September. Anyone on the islands can set up booths and sell food or handicrafts outside the Alele Museum. Basket weaving and coconut husking are among the most popular contests. Local school children perform traditional dances, skits, songs, and stories. The day coincides with the week-long LutokKobbanAlele festival created to preserve and promote Marshallese culture.

Gospel Day

On the first Friday of December, the population of the Marshall Islands celebrates this national holiday in honor of the American missionaries who brought Christianity to the isolated islands. Like Thanksgiving in North America, family and food are a main focus, but church services play an even more important role in Gospel Day.

Fisherman’s Day

Friday July 6 is Fisherman’s Day in the Marshall Islands. The Marshalls Billfish Club hosts a two-day tournament, which marks the end of their fishing ‘year’. vessels depart in the morning and return in the early evening to have their catches weighed and measured. Anglers receive prizes for the heaviest fish, biggest fish, largest number caught, and many more.