Palau – Palau Aggressor 2
Orientation program actions
|Day 1||Arrival at Palau, accommodation on the boat, dinner, briefing|
|Day 2||Diving, breakfast, diving, lunch, diving, dinner|
|Day 3||Diving, breakfast, diving, lunch, diving, dinner|
|Day 4||Diving, breakfast, diving, lunch, diving, dinner|
|Day 5||Diving, breakfast, diving, lunch, diving, dinner|
|Day 6||Diving, breakfast, diving, lunch, diving, dinner|
|Day 7||Morning safari ends at Chandelier Cave diving around 14hod
Return to port and an evening tour of the city.
Dinner this day is not on the boat but at their own expense on the mainland.
- week of sailing with diving boat
- Full board on the ship
- Transfers from the airport to the ship and back
- diving guide
PACKAGE DOES NOT INCLUDE
- Anything not mentioned above
- Palau accommodation tax 35USD per person
- Diving fee of 55 USD per person
- Fees Jellyfish Lake 100USD, Rock Island 50USD
- The departure tax 35USD / person (includes tax 15USD Green) – these fees are subject to change according to local regulations and laws, respectively. Other services and charges not included in the basic price.
- Single room supplement
- Additional activities not mentioned in the program
- meals not mentioned
- personal expenses
- rental equipment
Price is per person including taxes, min. 2 divers
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Palau’s Rock Islands
Photograph by Stephen Alvarez
The picturesque nation of Palau forms an island chain southeast of the Philippines roughly 125 miles (200 kilometers) long. A trust territory of the United States from 1947 until 1994, this Micronesian archipelago is made up of eight large islands and some 250 islets.
Take part in an exclusive diving events leading to Micronesia – Palau Island statelet consisting of 350 islands surrounded by one of the least affected coral reef in the world !! This destination is ranked 10 among the world’s best diving sites in addition pristine coral reefs, interesting macro and huge shoals of fish as offering the greatest attraction encounter with sharks, gray, blacktips, whitetips, manta rays and with a little luck and hammerheads, whale sharks or tiger.
Palau is one of the last untouched places in the world, including healthy populations of sharks – those you see during each dive and tens. In addition, with about 60 wrecks and one of the best wreck sites in the world.
Palau Aggressor 2