Rock Island Holiday
Where we are diving
Palau is a must-see location known for its biodiversity, pelagic animals, dramatic walls, and of course, world-class diving. Palau is made up of 340 islands situated in Micronesia, in the northwest Pacific Ocean between the Philippines and Guam. The archipelago’s green jungle-covered rock islands are surrounded by shafts of sunlight that peek through the clear turquoise waters.
Palau offers a wide range of diving for beginners and pros alike. A paradise above and below the surface, divers can relax as they drift with the currents, hook into the reef, or visit Micronesia’s largest collections of WWII shipwrecks. Palau is also home to more than 1,400 species of fish and 700 species of coral. Marine life you can expect to encounter is eagle rays, grey sharks, and white tip reefs sharks. Some of the best dive spots around the islands include high walls and drop-offs, blue holes, and canyons.
Sam’s Tours has quickly become one of the top diving companies in the world. As a 100% Palauan-owned dive center, Sam’s Tours is a proud key player in the local community. They work with top tour guides to ensure you have a spectacular experience. They embrace the laid-back island life and want you to enjoy all the good and beautiful things our planet has to offer. Sit back, take a deep breath, and exhale all the stresses of your daily life – Palau awaits!
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Greg Freeman, Dive Pro
Palau is one of the best diving locations in the Pacific Islands, with great reefs, large animals (manta rays, sharks, wrasse, and turtles), and beautiful topography. We have some great activities planned, including touring the US historical landmark, Peleliu, the famous WWII battle site.
Top 5 reasons you should travel to Palau!
1. Jellyfish Lake
2. Beautiful wall diving
3. Lots of sharks and turtles
4. Chance to see whale sharks
5. Blue Corner dive site- World-renowned
6. WWII wrecks
Where we are staying
Enrich yourself in luxurious nature by the sea. Palau Royal Resort takes you away from the hustle-bustle of the city. Lie down and stretch your body beneath the deep blue sunny skies of Palau’s rock island beauties. Enjoy clean spacious guest rooms with gorgeous views of the peaceful ocean and harbor scenes. Be greeted with bright smiles of the local island people every morning. The Waves Restaurant and the Breeze Bar guarantee amazing cuisine and the private beach surrounded by a green garden with freshly grown flower beds, captivates the beauty of the azure sea. Palau Royal Resort is the perfect place to meet your vacation standards, assisting to create moments with your family, friends, or your loved ones.
- $2,800 per diver
- $4,020 per single diver
Deposit and payments
- 1st deposit: $1,000
- Full Balance: Due February 1, 2022
- Prices are based upon double occupancy
- All payments are non-refundable
- Prices are subject to change due to events outside of our control
- Fish ID card
- Surface marker buoy and reel
- Sealife Micro 3.0
- Waves, Tides, and Currents
- Fish ID
- Underwater Photography
- 10 nights at Palau Royal Resort
- 16 boat dives
- 1 day 2 tank Peleliu WWII land tour
- 1 snorkel trip at Jellyfish Lake
- Unlimited tanks for Sam’s dock – Mandarin fish sunset dives
- Reef hook
- Buffet breakfast
- Lunch on dive day by boat
- Round trip transfers
What’s not included
- Airfare- Divetures will assist
- Covid testing to enter and stay in Palau- 2 tests
- Covid test to return to the US
- Dive insurance (required)
- Travel insurance (highly recommended)
Palau entry requirements
- Fully vaccinated
- Negative PCR covid tet or documentation of recovery
- Testing and mitigation orders after arrival
What prior travelers say
“Our first trip with Divenutres was spectacular. They handled all of the boring parts of travel and left the fun parts to us. I truly felt that they went above what was expected in resolving the unexpected. The dives themselves were incredible, with a professional local team responsible for doing much of the heavy lifting. This left us to focus on the dive experience itself.”