Palau is one of the most diverse diving environments you will find, with wrecks, reefs, pleagics and macro all vying for your attention. The full range of sites is undoubtedly best visited from a liveaboard - dive Palau from Solitude 1 and you are g ...Read More
Ocean Hunter 1 has a long and illustrious pedigree in Palau, standing out as the pioneer dive boat. Long before others had discovered this remote island nation, Ocean Hunter 1 was sailing the seas and identifying pristine dive sites. You could be in ...Read More
Ocean Hunter 3 takes the expertise of the Ocean Hunter fleet to a whole new level. Ocean Hunter 3 was born out of 25 years experience running liveaboards and will meet the needs of even the most discerning diver. No one knows Palau and her many water ...Read More
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 th ...Read More
If you are looking for a completely luxurious resort, then there is no better choice than the Palau Pacific resort. This is 5 star accommodation in a beautiful and sumptuous location and only a short transfer from both the airport and jetty. Staying ...Read More
Based on UK international flights, 7 nights (B&B), transfers & 5 day diving
The Palau Royal Resort is a 4 star experience on the island of Malakal, Koror. With only a short transfer between the airport and your hotel, you arrive at your dream destination speedily after landing. With plenty of on site facilites, this is an ex ...Read More
Based on 7 nights (B&B), 5 day diving, international flights & transfers
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Traditionally there are 2 seasons in Palau - a wet (July-November) and dry (December-June) season - but this is changing and you can experience a bit of both in a single trip as this is a tropical destination. Even in the 'wet season' you will still be able to dive. Palau lies well outside of typhoon ranges.
Thanks to the island formations and currents, pelagic are in abundance here but there are also some quite unique inhabitants to this remote region:
- Grey reef, black tip & white tip sharks
- Leatherback, loggerhead and hawskbill turtles
- Bumphead parrot fish
- Wreck diving
Top dive sites to visit: Blue Holes, Blue Corner, German Channel, Chandelier Cave, Peleliu Expressway, Jellyfish lake.
Scuba Travel Tips
A trip to the Jellyfish lake or Peleliu battlefield are recommended and quite unique. Make sure you apply for the American visa ESTA before travel as this is necessary to go through Guam. Palau combines well with a trip to Yap or Truk if you want to add a bit of manta or wreck diving into your holiday.
Palau is a distant land filled with adventure. The best way to see as much as possible of this idyllic destination is from the decks of a liveaboard. So jump aboard the Palau Discovery for a dive holiday with distinction. Submerse yourself in an underwater cav ...Read More
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