Palau

Dive, kayak, and explore Palau's famous Rock Islands.

 

Adventures

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Scuba Diving

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.

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Kayaking

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.

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Island Tours

Visit gorgeous tropical waterfalls, stone monoliths, and other cultural and historic sites found throughout the island.

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Jellyfish Lake

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.

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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.

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Dolphin Encounters

Swim and interact with one of the ocean's most loveable creatures.

What You Need to Know

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Passport Pledge

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.

Visa Requirements

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.

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