Diving in Palau is a remarkable adventure, offering an opportunity to explore the underwater wonders of the Pacific Ocean in a pristine and well-preserved environment. It’s a bucket-list destination for divers seeking unforgettable underwater experiences.

Palau’s waters boast some of the world’s best reefs and concentrations of the most spectacular marine life in the world. Inquisitive sharks, friendly dolphins, manta rays, tuna and barracuda – all are prolific in the rich Palau waters and every dive holds something new and breathtaking. There are dive sites to suit all levels of experience with the two best sites being “Blue Corner” and “Blue Holes”. There are also a number of easily accessible WWII wrecks, world renowned Jellyfish Lake and the exquisite Chandelier cave.

Key highlights of diving in Palau include:

  1. Breathtaking Marine Biodiversity: Palau’s waters teem with a wide variety of marine species, from colorful coral gardens to large pelagic animals. Divers can encounter sharks, manta rays, turtles, and an array of tropical fish.
  2. Unique Dive Sites: Palau is home to some of the world’s most unique dive sites, such as the famous Blue Hole and the Jellyfish Lake, where you can swim among thousands of harmless jellyfish.
  3. World War II Wrecks: The waters around Palau are also known for their historical significance. There are numerous World War II shipwrecks to explore, offering a fascinating glimpse into history.
  4. Visibility: The visibility in Palau’s waters is exceptional, often exceeding 30 meters (100 feet), ensuring excellent underwater visibility for divers.
  5. Conservation Efforts: Palau places a strong emphasis on marine conservation and has established marine protected areas, ensuring the preservation of its underwater ecosystems.
  6. Diverse Dive Experiences: Whether you’re an experienced technical diver or a beginner, Palau offers dive sites suited to all skill levels, from shallow reefs to deep drop-offs.
  7. Stunning Coral Reefs: Palau’s coral reefs are among the healthiest in the world, featuring an array of hard and soft corals, providing a vibrant and colorful backdrop for divers.




Kayak Trip: Last Day $250 pp inc lunch,guides transfers
Single Supplement : ADD $1390
Optional Peleliu dive permit $30 usd paid locally
Third Boat Dive ADD $80 per dive per day

Non Diver



Return Flights Brisbane to Koror
All airline taxes & fuel surcharges


7 Nights Superior Garden Room, twin share
Continental breakfast daily
Return airport transfers
Day Use – FINAL DAY TILL 18:00


12 boat dive package per diver
Hotel transfers
Lunch on dive days – for divers
Tanks / Weights / Air-fills / Dive guides
FREE 3rd dive at Chandelier Cave
FREE Nitrox for Nitrox certifed divers
FREE Sam’s Tours water bottle
FREE use of dive hook
Jellyfish Lake snorkelling stop
FREE dives at Sam’s Macro Wall – residual air

Palau Royal resort

The Palau Royal Resort, located on the picturesque Malakal Island in Palau, is a luxurious oasis in the heart of the western Pacific. With its stunning oceanfront location, this resort offers an unforgettable tropical getaway.

The resort’s accommodations are designed for both comfort and style, featuring spacious rooms and suites with private balconies that provide breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean. These rooms are equipped with modern amenities like air conditioning, flat-screen TVs, and elegant bathrooms to ensure a relaxing stay.

Sam’s Boat Tours

Palau is famous for its exceptional diving, and Sam’s Boat Tours often arranges diving expeditions to renowned sites like the Blue Corner, German Channel, and the Jellyfish Lake. Divers can expect encounters with sharks, manta rays, and an abundance of colorful fish.

Sam’s Boat Tours are known for their experienced and friendly staff who are passionate about the natural beauty of Palau. They are skilled at ensuring that guests have safe, enjoyable, and informative adventures.