Star charts and a hollowed out tree trunk is all the master navigators of Yap need to transverse the waters from Palau. I, on the other hand, prefer a Boeing 747.
After three spectacular weeks photographing the underwater beauties of Palau with Sam's Tours and Worldwide Dive & Sail (stay tuned for a blog on that!) I skipped across the Pacific on a 45-minute flight to Yap for the second part of my Micronesian assignment.
Although now famous for its resident manta population, this speck of a seamount on the Pacific is hardly just about the big birds. There’s exhilarating shark feeds, mandarin fish mating, dramatic walls and a beacon of Micronesian culture topside—and I intend to discover all of it with the help of Yap Pacific Dive Resort.
So if you think that Yap is just mantas, I present to a sneak peak at the other underwater photo secrets just lying below the surface…
Fantasea FG7X II
Ikelite Housing for Nikon D500
I-DiveSite Venom 35s
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