With the diverse colors of Palau’s rich marine environment, the list of action-packed water activities in Palau reveals a rainbow of choices. For instance, Palau has an abundance of the most spectacular sports fishing opportunities. One can troll for game fish such as mammoth 400-pounds blue marlin, sailfish, giant trevally, wahoo and tuna. It’s a rare day when one of several fully-equipped and locally guided custom sports fishing vessels fails to come back with the proverbial “big catch.”
     There are an abundance of choices for those who favor more relaxing activities such as spear fishing, reef casting, hitching a ride on a bamboo raft or simply bringing a hand line to the Rock Islands to catch lunch, the local way, bottom fishing.
     For those not into fishing, the Rock Islands provide the shelter of tiny isles with calm seas that afford ideal sites for snorkeling, swimming and taking brisk rides on inflatables towed by powerful speedboats.
     All over Palau, visitors will find the tranquility of white, sugar sand beaches, where at times, the only footprints are one’s own. This is where swimming in privacy can be relished, and where year-round, 80 to 86° F water temperatures are indescribably soothing and therapeutic.
These very conditions make snorkeling compelling as well, where shallow reefs reveal tropical fish and Technicolor giant clams thriving amongst a prism of corals. After splashing around or snorkeling the sparkling blue waters, soak up the sun or immerse in a favorite novel on a postcard-perfect coconut tree covered beach. Check out the comments below!



     Most destinations boast about unique attractions indigenous to their locale and individual attributes. Palau is no exception. In addition to its reputation as the number one scuba diving destination in the world and as one of the “Seven Underwater Wonders of the World,” this Micronesian treasure is also home to an attraction that is not only unusual, but daring as well.
     What I refer to is Jellyfish Lake, where two types of jellyfish can be found, namely the golden jellyfish known as Mastigias and the moon jellyfish known as Aurelia. This intriguing lake departs radically from convention for it is an enclosed body of water wherein, over the course of millennia, resident jellyfish have completely lost their sting because they have not had to fight off predators, allowing interested adventure seekers a rare opportunity to swim amongst these truly unique water creatures.
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The Path to Palau

For those who happen to be Survivor fans, there is no need to introduce the incredible destination of Palau. Consistently ranked as one of the world's best dive destinations, Palau is the ultimate paradise for outdoor enthusiasts and adventurous travelers.