Palau Dive Resorts

With 80% of her oceans protected as a marine sanctuary, divers who visit Palau will see healthy coral reefs, lots of tropical fish and turtles, schools of sharks and many manta rays. To top it off, Palau has many historic WWII wrecks and seaplanes within recreational limits.

There are a number of excellent dive operators located on Malakal Island in Koror. They work with a wide range of hotels an resorts in Koror to offer various accommodation + dive packages. 

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Palau Dive sites

Here are some of the dive sites that you can visit during your stay at a hotel or resort in Palau.

Chandelier Cave

This site is a large cave with several “rooms” and underwater tunnels allowing you to swim from room to room. Perfect for adventure-seekers who want to experience the thrill of exploring the unknown. 

German channel

Famous for its manta rays, the German channel offers virtually every sort of tropical marine life to the eager diver. Other than manta rays, divers can see eagle rays, reef sharks and many other species of schooling fish. With the right conditions, this dive spot can also be a great drift dive.

Jellyfish Lake

A must-do when visiting Palau, the Jellyfish lake is a unique experience of being surrounded by hundreds and thousands of non-stinging jellyfish.

Blue Hole/Blue Corner

The two most celebrated dive sites in Palau are known for their abundance of marine life. Blue Corner is situated on a current-swept corner of a steep drop-off, making it a natural gathering point for reef fish of every description. Within swimming, distance lies Blue Hole, a large cavern with multiple entrances and illuminated by shafts of sunlight from overhead. 

Other dive sites

Other notable Palauan sites include New and Big Drop Offs, Ulong Channel, Peleliu Wall, and Cut, Mandarinfish Lake and WW 2 Japanese shipwrecks Iro and Sata. There’s also a Zero fighter plane in very shallow water, plus countless other reefs and walls.

Read Bluewater Travel Advisor/Team Leader Tim Yeo's  2016 trip recap of diving in Palau here.

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DIVE RESORTS IN Palau

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