Palau is home to over 1,500 fish species and 700 species of coral and sea anemone. See yourself there turning around from the wall to look out at the blue where sharks galore patrol back and forth, followed by rays and large pelagics. Picture the marine life scuttling around in every crevice and hole while clouds of small vibrant reef fish cascade down the steep reef. Imagine diving on sheer walls dropping down into the abyss, yet festooned in soft corals and sea fans. That's Palau!
Palau's mushroom-shaped rock islands offer a variety of exciting dives: WWII wrecks, shark-infested channels, blue holes and even a few caves. There are also sheer walls covered in lush soft corals and huge anemones. Beginner divers may find Palau's strong currents challenging.
Palau is a breathtakingly beautiful archipelago of emerald green jungle-covered rock islands dotting clear turquoise waters. With a good selection of liveaboards and land-based resorts, fairly easy access from the USA, and an abundance of marine life diversity, it’s no surprise that Palau has been named one of the Underwater Wonders of the World. Their coral reefs have both high species diversity and high habitat diversity, having over 1,300 species of reef fish and 550 species of coral. Often visited in conjunction with Yap or Truk Lagoon, Palau offers the dive traveler big schools of fish, plentiful reef sharks, soft coral and an unique dive opportunities.
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