Palau – day 7

We finished our Palau trip by visiting the island of Peleliu, where one of the main battles of World War II took place. This small island in southern Palau is covered with historical sites and artifacts from the battle, including thousands of unexploded projectiles!

Palau – day 6

For our second-to-last day in Palau, we decided to dive again at some of its best sites. Even though it seemed difficult that we could be impressed further after having enjoyed so many natural wonders in Palau, its underwater world left us amazed once again.

Palau – day 5

We began our fifth day in Palau by exploring the islands in a new way: by air! After it, we did a roadtrip around Babeldaob, the largest island in the country. In Babeldaob, we discovered several traditional and modern monuments related to the Palauan culture and history.

Palau – day 4

During our fourth day in Palau, we explored the Rock Islands in detail. We could travel around them by boat, kayak and even snorkel in their waters. We visited plenty of amazing places, including a sea lagoon inhabited by millions of jellyfish.

Palau – day 3

During the last of the three diving days that we originally planned in Palau, we enjoyed again the already usual sharks and tropical fish. Furthermore, at night time we were impressed by one of the best hidden wonders of Palau: its sea fireflies.

Palau, pristine ocean paradise

Palau, recognized as a marine sanctuary, is one of the most remote and impressive destinations we have visited. These tiny micronesian islands are surrounded by crystalline waters full of corals and marine life, which make them a paradise for divers. Without any doubt, Palau and its colors will bring you unforgettable memories.