Diving in Palau is a unique experience. It is one of the few place in the world where human development coexists in harmony with nature. Palau shelters 400 species of hard corals and 100 of soft coral and gorgonians. It is the habitat of more than 1450 species of fish, and also 7 species of giant clams. The rock island Southern lagoon is famous for its beautiful scenery and unique marine life, including over 400 uninhabited limestone islands that rise from the sea, forming this exclusive environment. Including Marine lakes, mushroom shaped rocks and white sandy beaches, all together create a photogenic seascape.
Being in a remote area brings the benefit to have pelagic encounters, like sharks, mantas, dolphins and sometimes whales. Palau offers a wide variety of types of dives, plateaus, drop off, caverns, coral gardens, channels, plus wreck diving, shipwrecks of World War II. With a large number of dive sites, it is suitable for all levels of divers. It is the only place in the world where you can witness some special events following the moon cycles. The mass spawning events. Be delighted by authentic and very well preserved coral reef plunging from the surface to deep waters.