Palau (officially the Republic of Palau) is an island country located in the western Pacific Ocean. The country contains approximately 340
islands and shares maritime boundaries with Indonesia, the Philippines, and the Federated States of Micronesia.
Palau is considered one of the best dive spots in the world for many reasons. It has a tropical rainforest climate with an annual mean temperature of 28 °C (82 °F). With no major land mass anywhere close, the visibility is consistently 100 feet (30 meters). World’s first shark sanctuary, which is why you will see sharks in almost all dives (Grey reef, white-tip, and black-tip sharks are the most common sharks you will see). It’s most famous dive site is “Blue Corner” where divers “hook-in” to the reef and watch as sharks glide through the current.
Our standard week-end itinerary schedule would be:
|Friday night||depart Manila for flight to Palau (using designated airline)|
|Saturday||3 dives, overnight at designated Palau hotel|
|Sunday||3 dives, overnight at designated Palau hotel|
|Monday||2 dives, overnight at designated Palau hotel|
|Tuesday||evening flight back to Manila|
We can also tailor longer stay, if you wish.
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