What you will do
Best Of Palau Itinerary
Palau is a perfect destination for divers as it can be visited all year round and is full of manta rays, sharks and tropical fish. The Palau Aggressor II and the Rock Island Aggressor have now added a new stop in Jellyfish Lake, famous for its golden jelylfish
A unique ecosystem that has allowed the birth of an extraordinary phenomenon; a 12 thousand year old lake inhabited by millions of golden jellyfish
This island was the site of bloody WWII battle between U.S. and Japanese troops. Now marked by rusted military remains in the island’s rocky caves and forests, as well as underwater shipwrecks, the island is perfect for adventurous divers
The Republic of Palau created the first shark protected area in 2009, giving birth to the world’s largest Marine Park
These coral reefs house over 400 different types of coral and over 1,200 marine species including sharks, dolphins, whale sharks, tunas, barracuda, nudibranchs, octopus, manta rays and hundreds of other colourful fish of all shapes and sizes
Manta Rays swim elegantly in these waters
Temperatures, what to visit,
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Cruising with sharks
Paolo from Cosenza, March 20, 2019
Fantastic cruise aboard an incredible ship. The highlight of this trip was diving on shipwrecks and spotting sharks… so exciting!
Valentina from Torino, July 17, 2018
Modern ship, well-tended with an awesome crew on board. The dives are truly the highlight of this trip.. you are constantly surrounded by manta rays and sharks. Oh, let’s not forget the jellyfish lake, what an incredible experience!!
So many unique emotions
Silvana from Ostia, March 26, 2019
Truly unforgettable. We saw sharks, manta rays, jellyfish and shipwrecks. Peleliu is so full of history it just leaves you in awe. Forever in our hearts!