Palau Reef

The adventure of a lifetime.

Visit Palau

Palau is part of the Micronesia region in the Western Pacific Ocean. It is an archipelago of about 200 largely pristine limestone and volcanic islands.

About Palau Reef

  • Palau supports more than 400 coral species and nearly 1,300 varieties of reef fish
  • These waters are home to endangered and vulnerable species like saltwater crocodiles, sea turtles, giant clams and the world’s most isolated population of dugong, a relative of the manatee

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Fish to Look Out For

  • Deep Blue Chromis
  • Napoleon Wrasse
  • Giant Pygmy Goby
  • Mandarinfish


The price of airfare for most airlines is between $2,000-$3,000.


Palau Pacific Resort - $450/night

Palau Hotel - $77/night

Rose Garden Resort - $188/night

West Plaza Coral Reef Hotel - $102/night

Safety Considerations

  • Although both species of jellyfish living in the lake have stinging cells, they are not in general powerful enough to cause harm to humans. It is still recommended that you wear protective clothing though, if you're allergic to jellyfish.
  • The hydrogen sulfide in the anoxic layer is a serious risk to scuba divers entering this layer.