It’s Truk’s Time

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It's Truk's Time

New flight options are now making world-class Truk Lagoon a competitively priced bucket-list scuba destination, says Diverse Travel

With 60 ship and 250 aircraft wrecks from WW2 to tempt divers, and sites suitable for all levels from shallow rec to deep tec, it is offering both liveaboard and resort diving options.

Prices start from £2550pp for a 12-night twin-share package including return flights from London Heathrow to Truk via the Philippines, airline departure taxes, two nights in the Remington Hotel in Manila, 10 nights at the Blue Lagoon Resort and nine days’ diving with three dives per day.

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