Palau features proudly in the world’s top 5 scuba diving destinations; The great variety of dive sites and seascapes, combined with the fantastic marine life, are key factors attributing to this. Blue Corner, German Channel, Peleliu Wall and Big Drop-Off are only a few of Palau’s famous sites.
With more than 1400 species of fish, 500 species of healthy coral and its large pelagic action, diving in Palau should be at the very top of anyone’s list. Whale sharks, eagle rays, turtles reef sharks and the occasional hammerhead are a few examples of the astonishing spectrum of marine life Palau has to offer.
Palau scuba diving is great year-round, however, the dry season which lasts from October to May is considered to be the best time to dive Palau.


Palau remains one of our all-time favorite destinations, and we are always looking forward to returning to dive this world-class destination! This Micronesian archipelago, comprised of over 500 islands, captivates with its unspoiled beauty both above and below the waterline. Known for its pristine coral reefs, Palau is a haven for divers and snorkelers, offering an immersive experience amidst an astonishing diversity of marine life. The iconic Rock Islands, with their mushroom-shaped islets, create a surreal seascape and a UNESCO World Heritage site. Above water, dense jungles and hidden lagoons beckon explorers, while ancient stone monoliths stand as silent guardians of Palau’s rich cultural heritage. Engaging with the warm and welcoming Palauan people provides a glimpse into a traditional way of life, adding depth to the adventure. Whether swimming with jellyfish in the mesmerizing Jellyfish Lake or exploring historic World War II sites, Palau promises an unparalleled journey where natural wonders and cultural treasures converge in a Pacific paradise.