A visit to the Pohnpeian cultural centres is a must for anyone wishing to experience traditional Pohnpeian life. Each centre has a distinctive program and performances include traditional dancing, singing, music, ceremonial sakau making, handicraft arts, and food preparation. The village shops specialise in handicrafts and popular items include carvings of sharks, fish, dolphins and canoes.
Nan Madol is reached by boat from the main town of Kolonia about 45 minutes away. It’s a full day boat tour which includes a visit to the spectacular Keprohi Waterfall and snorkelling in the lagoon.
A 20–minute ride out of Kolonia takes you to the Nanpil River where further along are the spectacular Liduduhniap Twin Waterfalls, complete with thatched huts where you can picnic in a jungle setting.
Situated in the northwestern Pacific, it is 880 metres high, 21 kilometres wide and shaped somewhat like a circular tent. Also known as the garden island of Micronesia, its boldest landmarks are Sokehs Rock and Nan Madol.
Nan Madol is an ancient stone city built on the tidal flats of the eastern part of Pohnpei. There are approximately 100 artificial islets constructed of basalt logs of various sizes up to 70 tons each – making Nan Madol the largest and one of the most mysterious archaeological sites in the Pacific.
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Visit Pohnpei the Land of Mystery.
The unsolved, World Heritage Site of Nan Madol Ruin. The rain forest and misty mountains merge with mangrove forest along the coast. You can venture into the rainforest and refresh your senses in cool waterfalls and streams. You'll find birdlife and fauna that are indigenous to the island and eco delight for the nature enthusiasts. You can also walk through time and experience the remains of three colonial eras. The local Pohnpeian people have retained their customs and culture for centuries. The untouched coral and dive sites abound with marine life just waiting to be discovered.