Each island has a unique diversity of sea life, ocean topography and style of scuba diving. Water temperatures range from 78F -80F, of course a few degrees cooler in the rainy season. From large pelagic (sharks, manta ray, sting rays, dolphins) to juvenile assorted fish to macro (small creatures that you would pass up unless the guide pointed them out to you! ) there is a magical range of colors to be seen. Exploration of sand flats, drop off walls, slow gliding and swift currents, shallow reefs, shipwrecks, sea planes, sand channels, sloping sea floors all in clear blue waters are what make the Micronesian reefs and surrounding areas so spectacular. Scuba divers, snorkelers, swimmers and kayakers can all experience a variety of adventure in the Asia Pacific.