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Seen from above, the islands of Palau look like green calligraphy on an empty corner of the sea. Over 470 miles east of the Philippines and locked in by the stretching Pacific Ocean, Palau is a rare oasis, a self-contained, isolated archipelago thriving with biodiversity and abundance. Palau is the western most island group of a region called the West Caroline Islands, which is part of a larger region called Micronesia. Nations in the Micronesia region include the U.S. Territory of Guam, The Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas, the Republic of the Marshall Islands, the Federated States of Micronesia (of which Yap is a state), and the Republic of Palau.
Ocean Hunter III
1030 Hotel pick up. Prepare dive gear and lunch on board
1230 1st Dive on Helmet Wreck (WWII Japanese shipwreck)
1400 Head to German channel
1630 2nd Dive at German Channel
1900 Night Dive (Dinner to be served before or after night dive)
0600 Wake up call, light breakfast
0700 1st Dive
0830 Full breakfast?
1000 Second dive
1300 Third dive?
1600 Fourth dive?
1900 Night dive?(Dinner to be served before or after night dive)
Proposed dive sites: German Channel, Big drop off, New Drop off, Blue Holes, German Wall, Barnum Wall, Blue Corner, Virgin Blue Hole, Turtle Cove, Ngedebus Coral Gardens, Ngedebus Wall, Fairyland, Etc
Ocean Hunter moves to the Peleliu area.
Proposed divesites:?Peleliu Wall, Peleliu Corner, Peleliu Coral Garden, Orange Wall, Peleliu Expressway, White Beach, Yellow Wall, Peleliu Cut, etc?
Return to Ngemelis area for another dive and then make our way to Jellyfish Lake (snorkelling and hiking) and then to on Ulong.?
Proposed divesites: Ulong Channel, Siaes Tunnel, Siaes Corner and Shark City.?
A dive in the Ulong area and then as we approach Koror, a shipwreck dive (Iro or Chuyo Maru) and then Chandelier Cave. If time permits we can also offer a trip to Mandarinfish Lake.
Arrive at the dock in the late afternoon. Guests can rinse their gear and start packing.
0800 Disembark. Transfer to hotel or airport
United Airlines offers daily flights to Palau via Guam or two flights a week from Manila (Tuesdays and Fridays). Guam can be reached from Hawaii, Western and Eastern USA, Australia, Seoul, and Tokyo.
Manila is a major hub serviced by flights from Singapore, Bangkok, Hong Kong and Kuala Lumpur.
Other direct flights to Palau are available with China Airline from Taipei, Korean Air from Seoul and Delta Airline from Tokyo.
It is highly recommended to reserve the flights ahead of time and purchasing travel insurance in case of last minute cancellations.
U.S. citizens must show proof of U.S. citizenship (birth certificate or passport).
Non-U.S. citizens must show passport. There is a free 30-day visa issued upon arrival.
Upon leaving Palau, there is a departure tax of $20.
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