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Owner/Manager John Rulmal known as Jr., proudly introduces his guests to the wonderful culture of the Ulithians who inhabit four islands of Ulithi Atoll. The 22 X 11 mile lagoon was the U.S. Navy's Third Fleet anchorage in 1944-45 and guests can still see the...More
I and my wife spend a few days here on our honeymoon in February 2015. We have seen many places but nothing compares to this place. You feel at home from the first second. The owner took us around to the neighbouring islands for snorkling...More
Came here as part of an Oceanic Society snorkeling trip to Palau and was blown away by the warmth of the people, the culture, and the experience of being in a totally different society in the middle of paradise. John Jr. who runs this place...More
The Ulithi Adventure Resort is situated on Falalop Island in Ulithi Atoll part of Yap in the Federated States of Micronesia. The island is home to a small village of about 400 persons. The resort is a 10 room guest house that is right off...More
Couldn't be much more away from the crowd... Pristine atoll, welcoming people, simple yet decent accomodation, good food, great diving and superb trips over the lagoon, what else needs to be said? The flight itself, in the Pacific Missionary Aviation plane from Yap, is an...More
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Aloha! I'm going to be on Yap filming mantas for a documentary from Jan 31 - Feb 7. I have heard from some of the scientists that your reef is remote and amazing. Two of us would like to come stay and dive with you for a few days, hopefully to include in my film. But how do we get there? Is there a boat, or do we have to go by plane. Cost is a bit of a factor as we are flying with gear that can get expensive really quickly on a plane. Please let me know if you have availability those days, and how we might get there. Thanks!
5 January 2015|
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Hello and thank you for your interest in UAL. The quickest way out is on PMA, which flies Mondays and Fridays (usually). We don't currently have a dive shop (the Manta Ray usually brings a boat). Check our website and email... More
Hello and thank you for your interest in UAL. The quickest way out is on PMA, which flies Mondays and Fridays (usually). We don't currently have a dive shop (the Manta Ray usually brings a boat). Check our website and email me at the info address.
If you can make it I highly suggest it!