Explore Palau


Palau is blessed with some of the world’s best diving. Experience the sites that make Palau one of the top dive destinations in the world: the sharks of Blue Corner, the manta rays of Devilfish City, the abundance of German Channel and the countless coral reefs and stunning drop-offs teeming with marine life. There are also over a dozen WWII shipwrecks and Palau’s beautiful marine lakes all for your exploration. If this is the adventure you desire let us make the arrangements for you.


Palau’s stunning Rock Islands are the perfect site for a kayaking adventure. Carefully crafted trips have the proper mix of paddling, snorkeling and exploration to make it a day for everyone to remember.


Fishing in Palau is both cultural and recreational. Marlin, tuna, giant trevally, wahoo and mahi mahi make up a large portion of the sport fishing opportunities. Visit Swing’s Tours, our personal recommendation, for more information.


A boat ride through Palau’s beautiful Rock Islands is the iconic visit heard about the world over, but it is truly something to see and experience first-hand. There are many unique diving spots and always a delicious barbecue lunch prepared for you to enjoy on a sandy beach. It’s the perfect way to spend a quiet day relaxing and enjoying the island beauty surrounding you. In February of 2012, the Rock Islands Southern Lagoon was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List.


Take a trip into downtown Koror and do some shopping, visit both museums, the Palau Aquarium and the senior citizen’s center for hand-made goodies; even the Palau Post Office offers stamps unique to the island nation. Palau is paradise and the Palau Carolines Resort is the perfect place to relax; it’s just close enough to take everything else in…at your own pace.