Departs 26 May 2013
8 Days/ 7 Nights ex. Cairns Diver from $3115.00pp ($2815.00pp Dive Club Special!)
Non Diver from $2177.00pp
- Return flights ex. Cairns to Palau bis Guam with United Airlines
- Day use room at Bayview Hotel, Guam
- Return airport transfers in Guam
- 6 nights twin share accommodation at Palasia Hotel incl. breakfast, Palau
- Return airport transfers in Palau
- 10 boat dives with Sam's Tours Palau incl. tanks, weights, dive guide servies, lunch and hotel transfers. Bonus Inclusions: snorkel stop at Jellyfish Lake, 1 free dive at Chandelier Cave, free Nitrox fills for nitrox certified divers, complemetary use of reef hooks, unlimited dives on sam's Macro wall
- Half day kayak tour incl. lunch, refreshments, naturalist guide, use of dry bag and hotel transfers
- Day use at Bayview Hotel Guam on return trip
- Australian departure taxes (Value $220.00 - subject to change)
- NOT INCLUDED: Travel Insurance, Personal Spending Monies, Koror State Permit (with Jellyfish Lake) USD 100 , Palau departure tax USD 35.00
- PLEASE NOTE: Minimum certification level required for this trip is Rescue Diver
- Deposit Required: $500.00 to secure your spot on this fantastic trip!
A paradise dreams are made of...
Palau will haunt you in your dreams with some of the best natural wonders the world has to offer. Picture the whitest beaches you will ever see, gardens of coral just beneath the clearest waters, lakes filled to the brim with "sting less" jellyfish. Forests, waterfalls and caves that have never been ravaged by man, and hundreds of islands of the purest beauty abound all along this pristine archipelago.
Palau is regarded amongst the top dive destinations in the world boasting the crystal clear, calm, sheltered waters that Micronesia is reknown for. These picture perfect water support an abundance of bio-diversity, providing a playground for 1300 different fish species and 700 species of corals. Highly regarded for drift diving along its pristine walls, Palau offers encounters with the smallest critters right through to the mighty pelagics that frequent many of the dive sites.
Some of the more popular dive sites are:
Named for its impressive stalagtite and stalagmite structures which are said to resemble glittering chandeliers, Chandelier Cave is a network of five connecting chambers, some of which have breathable air-pockets at their top-most points. Explore the cave escorted by soldier and cardinal fish as you marvel at the sponges adorned with tiny shrimps and crabs, adding to the effect of an ornate chandelier.
This finger shaped reef is at the western most point of Palau. Formed by stunning topography of sheer vertical walls, gentle slopes and dramatic canyons, this reef hosts an abaundance of wildlife for you to discover. Unicorn fish, pyramid butterly fish, square anthias, moorish idols, napoleon wrasse and spotted eagle rays all call the lettuce and staghorn coral formations of Shark City their home.
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