Palau is one of the most extraordinary diving spots on the planet. Far to the southwest of Micronesia the Republic of Belau (the traditional name) consists of an archipelago of 343 islands, spread north to south over 100 miles form the atoll of Kayangel to the island of Angaur plus five tiny islands, known as the southwest islands. Palau's profuse, unspoiled reefs offer a wealth of marine life, coral formations and wrecks.

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Why You'll love Diving in Palau !

  • An area that is famous for its legendary wall dives
  • An amazing marine bio-diversity and an abundance of large pelagics that includes schools of sharks and lots of manta rays
  • Palau also offers exciting wreck diving with one of the Pacific's largest collection of intact WWII shipwrecks and plane wrecks

Flanked by deep sea trenches and famous for some legendary wall dives Palau lies on the South Pacific's western edge. Sites like Ngemelis Drop-off, with large pelagics, schooling fish out in the blue and often a good current for drift dives have gained particular note Yet with over 50 World War II wrecks lost in the lagoon and unique  sites like Jellyfish lake, Chandelier Cave and the rock islands, Palau has plenty more to tempt traveling divers. 

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