Palau is a country in the Pacific Ocean and consists of a series of more than 350 small islands. About 22,000 inhabitants live on a total area of about 459 km2. The international airport is located near the capital Koror. The official languages are Palau and English. Palau is during the time zone UTC +9 hours.
DIVING AT DESTINATION
DIVING QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Palau is suitable for divers all year round regardless of their level of experience. The islands of Palau are surrounded by clear water, steep slopes and fascinating coral gardens. When diving on Palau, you will discover a diverse and diverse marine flora and fauna with over 1,300 fish and 700 colorful coral species. In addition to marveling manta rays, gray reef sharks, white-tip reef sharks, barracuda, turtles and colorful fish swarms, divers can explore unique caves and wrecks. In any case, travelers should be able to demonstrate a certified health and fitness test.
Palau offers divers a special diving experience, regardless of their experience.
POPULAR DIVE REGIONS
The island of Peleliu is a 13 km2 small island. The underwater world is one of the most fluid in the Palau region, where the cleft clefts and caves can be explored. This region is characterized by beautiful reef structures and a variety of diversified fish species.
Palau is characterized by a tropical climate and is a destination that can be visited all year round due to the average temperatures of 25 ° C to 32 ° C.
BEST TRAVEL TIME
Palau can be dived in any season. The best travel time is from November to May of each year.