Dive, kayak, and explore Palau's famous Rock Islands.
Palau is home to several of the world's most sought-after and highest-rated dive sites. Diving is available for all skill levels from beginner to very advanced.
Spend a day gliding silently through Palau's beautiful Rock Islands. For a little more adventure, full-moon trips and multi-day kayak + camping expeditions are also available.
Visit gorgeous tropical waterfalls, stone monoliths, and other cultural and historic sites found throughout the island.
A exciting one to check off the bucket-list! Visit one of the only places in the world where you can snorkel among millions of sting-less jellyfish.
WWII History Tours
Visit battle sites, caves, and structures to see the many artifacts left behind from WWII. A guided tour is the best way to visit Palau's many hidden WWII sites.
Swim and interact with one of the ocean's most loveable creatures.
What You Need to Know
Your Questions, Answered
Keep a full page open on your passport! Palau's very unique stamp requires a full page and consists of the Palau Pledge, which everyone is asked to read and sign prior to entry. The pledge is a promise to the children of Palau to respect and preserve their island home.
Passports must be valid for 6 months beyond your final date in Palau.
No visa is required for U.S. passport holders visiting for one year or less. Non-U.S. passport holders should research requirements for the country that issued their passport.