Palau Islands sits in the westernmost side of a region called the West Caroline Islands, which is part of a larger region called Micronesia. Palau is a rare oasis locked in by the vast Pacific Ocean. it is an isolated archipelago thriving with biodiversity and abundance. Palau’s scenery ranges from soft, white sand beaches, tropical rainforest, jungle trails, to spectacular waterfalls and hidden lakes. There are a multitude of activities to get involved in, from scuba diving, snorkelling, kayaking, bird-watching to name a few. A diving liveaboard from Palau is the best way to explore the islands.
Palau Islands presents magical blue holes, captivating wartime wrecks, pristine coral reefs, and mysterious caves to explore.