Tour Leader – Kat
Dramatic Walls. Thriving Coral Reefs. Wreck dives galore. Abundance of large pelagics. Macro and critter heaven. Palau has it all.
$4,399 per diver | $3,499 per non-diver
Palau’s warm tropical waters are legendary among divers for their dramatic sheer walls rising from the depths to within inches of the surface and capped with thriving coral reefs. World-renowned for it’s marine biodiversity 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 scuba diving for every level of interest and skill. Experience the sites that make scuba diving Palau one of the top dive destinations in the world: the sharks of Blue Comer, the manta rays of Devilfish City and German Channel, and the coral reefs and stunning drop-offs teeming with marine life.
Return airfares ex Sydney to Koror flying via Taipei with China Airlines
Australian departure taxes and applicable airline taxes (subject to change)
7 nights twin share accommodation at The Palau Central Hotel – Palau
Late checkout at the Palau Central Hotel (29th April 2020)
Return airport transfers
5 days diving with Sam’s Dive Tours (2 dives per day)
Includes: use of tanks, weights, dive guide services and free nitrox, if certified
Unlimited dives on Sam’s Macro Wall
Kayaking tour to Risong Bay
Includes transfers, lunch, refreshments, snorkeling equipment and naturalist guide.
Personal spending money
Extra Equipment Hire
Koror Sate Rock island permit – $50 USD per person
Peleliu State permit – $30 USD per person
To secure your place on this trip, please complete an online booking form and return it together with a non- refundable deposit amount of $700 per person. Special Event Liability Release must also be completed by every diver. Package price is subject to change at any time without notice due to supplier rate changes and USD exchange rates. Package based on exchange rate of $1 AUD = $0.70 USD. See other terms and conditions as per the Dive Adventures website.
Palau is a diver’s dream! A true “one stop shop” when it comes to diving! Healthy reefs, stunning walls, beautiful hard corals and soft corals, lots of sharks, huge mantas, turtles on every dive and huge schools of fish, tiny seahorses, elusive mandarin fish and lots and lots of tiny critters, all topped off with an amazing collection of WWII wrecks! Whatever your diving desire, Palau diving is sure to please!
Palau was the headquarters of the Japanese command in Micronesia and was heavily fortified by the Japanese in the years leading up to WWII in the Pacific. Malakal Harbor was a major forward supply base for Japanese shipping. On March 31, 1944 U.S. dive-bomber strikes from aircraft carriers Yorktown and Bunker Hill, of Carrier Task Force 58 destroyed over 50 warships and airplanes of the Japanese Imperial Forces, making Palau’s western lagoon their final resting place. Most of the wrecks are located within a few minutes of the dive centre and remain in excellent condition for diving.
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