Palau offers one of the world's most beautiful tropical paradise. Famous for its diving, Palau is rated as one of the world's best diving destinations in the world by scuba divers worldwide. Palau has unspoiled reefs, caves, and walls with the most amazing array of marine life you can ever imagine with legendary divespots like "Blue Corner", "Ulong Channel", "Chandelier Cave", "German Channel" and "Blue Holes".

Palau has the whitest beaches you will ever see, gardens of coral just beneath the clearest waters, lakes filled to the brim with "sting less" jellyfish. Forests, waterfalls and caves that have never been ravaged by man, and hundreds of islands of the purest beauty abound all along our pristine archipelago. It's really worth a visit at least once in a lifetime!

The Guest Lodge

DW Motel Palau

West Plaza Hotel

The Caroline’s Resort

Bayside Palau B&B

F&B Palau Hotel

Navigator Inn

Lehn's Motel

M&A Riverside

Mr Pinetree's

West Plaza hotel

Rose Garden Resort

Plantation Resort

Fish ’n Fins

Sam’s Tours

Neco marine

Maml Divers Palau

Palau's average highest temperature is 30°C with the average low being around 24°C. February to March are the driest months and June to August are the wettest. Although Palau lies outside the main typhoon tracks, it does occasionally get hit.

All flights arrive at the Palau International Airport (airport code ROR). Continental Airlines ( flies from Houston via Honolulu (Hawai'i) to Guam, with connections to Palau. Daily flights from Honolulu to Guam also have daily connections to Palau. Direct flights from Houston to Tokyo connect to Guam and Palau. There are flights from Manila to Palau on Wednesday and Saturday. Far Eastern Air Transport ( flies from Taipei (Taiwan) to Palau on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.

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