Made up of 250 islands scattered across the western Pacific Ocean, Palau’s marine environment is vast and varied, boasting blue holes, dramatic drop-offs, thrilling channels, caves and caverns. While there are resorts dotted across the country, to access all the best sites liveaboard diving in Palau really is the best option.
Adding to Palau's underwater
accolades is some of the most varied marine life in the world.
Ushered in by the convergence of three strong ocean currents,
divers can expect pristine coral reefs topped with over 1,500
species of fish, with regular sightings of sharks, barracuda and
manta rays. Most liveaboards will venture to the far corners of the
archipelago allowing divers to experience the most famous sites,
including Blue Corner and the German Channel, as well as numerous
Japanese and American WWII wrecks, sunken during air raids in 1944.
Safe to say you'll see the full spectrum when liveaboard diving in