Enjoy a small sampling of the treasures of Palau
Open Reef Diving
It's no surprise that this is truly a scuba diver's paradise.
Over 700 species of coral and more than 1,500 species of fish, including sharks and rays, can be found living in or just swimming through these waters.
The millions of golden jellyfish that pack Palau’s Stingless Jellyfish Lake spend much of their lives on the move during a daily migration that follows the sun’s arc across the sky.
Before sunrise, the jellies cluster along the saltwater lake’s western shore. Each morning around 6, when dawn brightens the eastern sky, they begin to swim toward the light. Pumping water through their bells, these jellyfish use a type of jet propulsion to follow the sunlight until they nearly reach the eastern shore —stopping just short of the shadows caused by lakeside trees.
WWII Historical Wrecks
There are numerous wrecks in the shallow waters mapping the pacific theatre battles between the Japanese and American forces.
Palau has become well known for its mantas, especially at German Channel, a key manta ray cleaning and feeding site which is considered by most people to be one of the top dive spots in Palau.
Natural Rock Arch
This natural arch is a signature site in the Rock Islands of Palau
Crystal clear warm snorkelling with perfect visibility