Palau – Land of the Rock Islands
The Republic of Palau is Micronesia’s western most archipelago in the Caroline Islands chain. The tightly clustered Palau archipelago, consists of eight principal islands and more than 250 smaller ones covering an area of 459 square kilometres.
Palau is the home to one of the world’s unique phenomena, the Rock Islands. The Rock Islands are Palau’s crowning glory. More than 200 of these jungle-topped knobs of limestone dot the waters for a 20 mile (35km) stretch south of Koror. Their bases, having been worn away by tidal action and grazing sea creatures, are narrower than their tops, causing them to look like emerald-hued mushrooms rising from the turquoise sea.
Palau’s warm tropical waters are legendary amongst divers for their dramatic sheer walls rising from the depths to within inches of the surface and capped with thriving coral reefs. Palau is home to over 1,300 species of fish and more than 700 species of coral.
World renowned for its’ marine bio-diversity and abundance of large pelagic animals, Palau also offers avid wreck divers one of Micronesia’s largest collections of WWII shipwrecks.
From current swept plateaus to sheltered coral gardens, Palau offers a wonderful range of diving for every level of interest and skill.
From $ per diver
SPECIAL GROUP DEPARTURE
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• Flights ex Brisbane – these are subject to change until paid and ticketed)
• Australian Departure Taxes & Airline taxes
Cost Does Not Include:
• Travel insurance, personal spending money and any excess luggage surcharges
• Any excess Baggage charges
To secure your place on this trip, you will need to complete a booking form and return it together with a non-refundable deposit amount of $ per person.
Booking Conditions apply: Prices subject to change at any time without notice due to currency fluctuations and supplier rate changes. – see terms and conditions as per Dive Adventures web site www.diveadventures.com.au
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