Japanese Zeros, Yap

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Historic Site · Tourist Spot
Take a step back in time at Japanese Zeros, the final resting place of long-range fighter aircraft flown by the Imperial Japanese Navy during World War II. The remains of these airplanes sit on the site of an old airport and remind visitors of a dramatic episode in the region's history. You can opt to visit the site on your own, though guided tours provide an easier way to learn about the airfield's wartime history and significance. Plan to visit Japanese Zeros during your Yap vacation using our convenient Yap trip builder site.
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  • My boyfriend and I went on the last day since we could not dive. We participated in a half day around the island tour with Manta Ray bay. Our guide was very informative and stopped at numerous spots.....  more »
  • If you're doing a guided land tour - which I'd recommend - this will be one of the stops. Also realize you're going to get some stickers on your socks or pants as you hike through the tall grass to...  more »

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