What Can You Do in Palau Islands?
Go Scuba Diving
Get your wet suits ready to explore the astonishingly rich seascapes of Palau. With Palau Dive Adventures, you get jaw-droppingly close to dolphins, manta rays, turtles, whirlwinds of brilliant fish, historic wrecks, and blue holes in some of the world’s most protected and prized diving destinations. Enjoy hassle-free valet diving with a customized itinerary.
A Helicopter Ride Over the Palau Islands
Enjoy a curated helicopter tour, a bird’s eye view of the Palau Islands. A helicopter ride is one of the most exciting non-diving ways to soak in the beauty of the landscape and have an unforgettable experience.
Where To Stay in Palau?
The Pristine Villas and Bungalows at Palau Pacific Resort
Opened in May 2019, this new exclusive property has private facilities designed for the discerning traveler. The pool villas have a private terrace and infinity pool surrounded by a peaceful forest inhabited by endemic plants and birds.
Grand Hotel Poltu Quatu
Meaning hidden harbor, Grand Hotel Poltu Quatu is an elegant architectural gem facing the La Maddalena Archipelago. It’s the perfect harmony between nature and architecture with enchanting views of crisp white buildings marred with gardens and plants. Enjoy personalized services and an unforgettable sensory and culinary experience.
Villa Del Golfo Lifestyle Resort
Award finalist 2021 of the Condé Nast Johansens Awards for Excellence, Villa del Golfo is an unforgettable destination with a lasting impression. A concierge at your disposal advises and organizes experiences to ensure you discover both nature and culture. Whether it’s a private art collection or a candle-lit dinner chasing the sunset on an exclusive excursion, Villa del Golfo has it all.
Where To Eat in Palau
Palau Pacific Resort
Enjoy an authentic island fine dining experience served in fresh ocean breezes at the Palau Pacific Resort. The resort caters to every mood and moment with live entertainment. Guests can also enjoy a private dining experience in a gazebo on the ocean pier and simply savor a taste of paradise.
An old family business, Vicus started as a café and bloomed into a pleasant contemporary restaurant with elaborate traditional cuisine and a creative touch that never surprise guests. The ambiance is exceptional.
Elilai Seaside Dining
Located next to the Palau Conservation Society, Elilai Seaside Dining is a waterfront dining space with spectacular sunset views and 2021 nominee of Palau’s Best Restaurant awards. The menu features international cuisines influenced by the Pacific Rim and Palauan styles.
What Events To Attend in Palau?
International Photo Festival
Since 2002, the International Photo Festival is an underwater photography festival that lures some of the most renowned nature photographers in the world to the archipelago. Guests can make reservations with dive shop operators to participate in the festival.
Palau Challenge- Belau Triathlon
Organized by the Belau Triathlon Federation, the Palau Challenge is a popular and exciting event that includes several races and disciplines from cycling, swimming to a triathlon.