About Palau Rock Islands Aggressor
The Aggressor fleet is synonymous with quality and in Palau they hit the mark once again with the Palau Rock Islands Aggressor. This catamaran easily navigates between the lush rocky outcrops that form the Palau archipelago to get you further than the reach of day boats on a voyage of discovery. Dive up to 4 times a day on reefs, walls and wrecks. And in between you have the creature comforts that Palau Rock Islands Aggressor is so famous for. Together the Palau Rock Islands Aggressor and Palau are an irresistible combination.
Palau Rock Islands Aggressor sleeps 18 people between 8 deluxe staterooms and 1 double cabin (no master staterooms). Each stateroom has a queensize bed plus a bunk as well as en suite and air con. Finished to the exacting standards of the Dancer Fleet, luxurious comfort best describes the facilities on board. The entertainment centre is the hub of the large saloon and dining area. The chef whips up a varied menu for the week of international dishes served to your table each and every day. Soak up the tropical rays on the upper deck from a hammock or find a shaded lounger for some relaxation. The unique indoor/outdoor wet bar becomes the focal point once the day's diving is done. From sun up to sun down, Palau Rock Islands Aggressor will become your home from home.
As you sail between Palau's many mushroom shaped rock islands feel your dive nerve tingle. Beneath the warm waters there are an estimated 1000 dive sites just begging to be explored. Pristine hard and soft coral reefs are commonplace and home to marine life in abundance. Swim between the giant sea fans and admire triggerfish, jacks and snapper as they dart about. Octopus, clownfish and garden eels hide away. On the deep walls grey reef sharks school whilst leopard sharks rest on a sandy seabed. Dive on Second World War Japanese wrecks that lie inside the lagoon. Snorkel in the incredible jellyfish lake amid thousands of sting free jellies. The diversity needs to be seen to be believed and makes Palau a premier diving destination.
Frequently Asked Questions
Located between Guam, The Philippines and Papua New Guinea, Palau is a 640km long archipelago that harbours one of the world’s greatest concentrations of corals, fish and other marine life. The Palau islands include more than 200 islands, of which only eight are inhabited. Having emerged from the United Nations trusteeship in 1994 it is one of the worlds youngest and smallest sovereign states. Few other travel destinations in the world can compete with Palau when it comes to diversity - sharks, mantas, wrecks, caves, reefs and the unique Jelly fish lake. Palau is a scuba destination like no other. Many of the dive sites are reachable from both resort and liveaboard. Scuba Travel have worked for many years with the premier scuba diving operators in Palau and we're more than happy to help you discover this fantastic destination.
Weather and Climate
Palau enjoys a tropical climate all year round with an annual mean temperature of 28 °C. Rainfall can occur throughout the year, averaging a total of 150 inches (3,800 mm). The average humidity over the course of the year is 82%, and although rain falls more frequently between July and October, there is still much sunshine. Typhoons are rare as Palau is outside the main typhoon zone. Water temps are usually around 28C
There are no direct flights to Palau. The best route is via Manila (you may need to overnight here) and then onto Palau. On some dates the flight will stop in Guam before landing on Koror. You will fly with United Airlines between Manila and Palau. We are able to book most major airlines as far as Manila. If you have a specific airline you prefer to fly with, simply let us know in your booking request. A supplement may apply for regional departures. Times and any applicable supplements will be confirmed by your travel consultant before you finalise your holiday. If you wish to make your own flight arrangements to Koror, let us know and we can remove the cost of the international flights from your quote. We are unfortunately not able to redeem airmiles on your behalf. Please do not confirm any flight arrangements yourself before your holiday is confirmed by us.
You can chose to break your journey in Manila or en route with your airline. Singapore, Hong Kong or Dubai are popular options.
Arrange before you go
UK passport holders are able to obtain a visa on arrival. Please ensure your passport has 6 months validity from your return date to prevent any issues with immigration. Guam is a US protectorate and as such, you must have a valid ESTA before travel if your flights transit through Guam.
Scuba Travel requires all of our customers to have diving insurance. Please make sure that you have appropriate cover for your diving activities. We also strongly recommend you have travel insurance. It’s worth taking out travel insurance once you have paid your deposit to ensure you are covered for unforeseen events and cancellation. Find out more about our combined dive and travel policy click here
Please speak to your local GP or check out the latest NHS advice on travel immunisations: click here
Preparing to fly
You will be able to manage your booking online once you have been ticketed (after you have paid your holiday balance). Most airlines will now enable you to select your seating at this point. There may be a small charge for prebookable seating before online check in opens. Please speak to the airline for more information about charges.
As you are flying with a scheduled airline, you will be able to check in online with your airline. Please visit their website for more information about when online check in opens.
An airport lounge is a great way to start your holiday or to while away flight connections in comfort. Scuba Travel works with Lounge Pass to offer a huge range of affordable airport lounges around the world. click here
Prebook your airport parking to save money! If you have a long way to travel, why not also look at booking an airport hotel. These aren’t as expensive as you might think. click here
What happens when I arrive?
On arrival in Palau you will need to clear immigration and collect your baggage. You will then be met outside of arrivals by a representative from your liveaboard or resort. Some reps are able to meet you airside. They will be holding a board with either your destination or your name on it. If you have any issues at all locating your rep, please contact us. We have an emergency contact, manned by a member of the team here in the UK. Please call 0044 7747 488 002. We will be able to help your rep locate you in the airport.
All transfers will have been arranged for you. Transfers are by land and not usually more than about 30mins.
Return transfer details will be advised locally. There is a $50 departure tax & green fee on leaving Palau
Included in your holiday
Plugs and electricity
Deposits and Balances
Ways to pay
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