Dive Palau from a Live-aboard
Palau diving is diving with large pelagic predators: white tip and black tip sharks, grey reef sharks, whale sharks and even tiger shark sightings are possible.
Additonally, encounters with turtles, barracuda, schools of mackerels, mantas and eagle rays and even dolphins are not uncommon. accessible from the sea through tunnels are land locked marine lakes which are home to rare marine life, jelly fish and hard and soft corals.
Palau diving is for beginners and advanced divers, it offers a great variety of different dives for everybody. Palau diving is World class diving, it is not uncommon that you do a drift dive with sharks in the morning, followed by a cave dive and a wreck dive in the afternoon.
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How to get there
From the western seaboard of the United States, you can hop to Hawaii, skip to Guam, then jump to Palau. Through Asia, there are twice weekly charter services between Taipei, Taiwan and Palau and additional flights are also available during peak seasons. From Europe, visitors can fly via Emirates direct to Manila, Philippines and onwards with Continental Airlines to Palau, this is possible without overnight stay in Manila. The Palau International Airport (ROR) is Palau’s only international airport. Located in the state of Airai, it’s about a thirty-minute drive to Koror State, the provisional capital of the Republic of Palau. A gateway to the scenic Rock Islands, Koror State is where most hotels and resorts, tour operators and shopping areas are located.
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