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Palau Liveaboards

Palau has some of the best and most varied diving in the world with steep walls, WWII wrecks and a huge variety of marine life including some great chances to dive with Reef Sharks. Palau also has a unique lake snorkeling trip with millions of stingless jellyfish. the advantages of choosing a liveaboard over a resort based diving holiday is the ability  dive more, to explore more remote dive sites with less divers.

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  • Turtles are a common sight in Palau

Palau Liveaboards


Ideal for: Advanced Open Water Divers+

Palau is located west of the Philippines and north of Papua and is part of the Micronesia. More than 350 islands make up this small island nation with the majority of the diving concentrated around the picturesque Rock Islands. There is a huge variety of marine life in the warm tropical waters off Palau with great chances of diving with Black Tip Reef, White Tip Reef and Grey Reef Sharks as well as more than 1,300 species of fish over 700 coral species. Palau is also famous for its diversity of dive sites with opportunities for divers to dive WWII wrecks, great cavern diving, current swept walls and lagoons.

The remoteness of many of the great dive sites in Palau make a liveaboard a fantastic option for those wanting to get the most out of the diving with more dives then resort based operators and usually less crowded dive sites.


  • Ideal for: Singles and Couples
  • Experience Level: Advanced
  • Big Stuff:****
  • Reef Life:****
  • Wrecks:*****
  • Budget: £££££


  • Blue Corner is a must for experienced divers as the currents sweeping past the steep drop off bring with it prolific marine life including Reef Sharks, Turtles and more to a backdrop of some of the best coral life in Palau. Rated as one of the best dive sites in the world.
  • Diving the wrecks of WWII Japanese warships is the reason many divers visit Palau and with over 60 wrecks including many war ships, supply ships and even the odd airplane to explore with great visibility.
  • German Channel is a man-made shallow channel which once used to ship goods out of Palau now is home to a number of Manta Ray cleaning stations and when the currents are flowing they bring plankton and with it feeding Mantas.
  • Ngemelis Wall one of Palau’s best dive sites with a sheer wall dropping out of site with an abundance of marine life and a great place to see stunning Black Coral bushes.

More Info

  • Time: GMT +9 hrs
    Flying Time from UK: 16-20 hours.
  • Language: English and Palauan spoken
  • Climate: Palau has a tropical climate with year round sunshine, wet season is July to October
  • Currency: US Dollar £1 = US$1.5
  • Visa Requirements: A holiday visa is granted on entry to most EU passport holders

Palau - Liveaboards

Tropic Dancer Palau Liveaboard

Palau, Koror, Reefs and Wrecks
From GBP 2,500 / 7 Nights

Ocean Hunter III Palau

Palau, Koror, Select city
From GBP 3,400 / 7 Nights

Ocean Hunter I Palau

Palau, Koror, Select city
From GBP 3,100 / 7 Nights

S/Y Palau Siren

Palau, Koror, Select city
From GBP 2,700 / 6 Nights

Palau Aggressor, Palau

Palau, Koror, Reefs and Wrecks
From GBP 2,500 / 7 Nights


  •  All inclusive
     Full Board
     Half Board
     Bed & Breakfast
     Room only
  •  Twin
  •  Silver
  •  Whale Sharks
     Tiger Sharks
     Great Whites
     Manta Rays
     Reef Sharks
     Oceanic White Tips
     Coral reefs
  •  Nightlife
     Quiet area
     Sea views
     Tennis courts
     Kids area
     Suitable for non-divers
  •  Open Water
     Advanced O/W 20+ dives
     Advanced O/W 50+ dives
  •  Adults
     New divers
     Experienced divers


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