Dive Palau

When to dive
  • All year round.
  • October to May:  large numbers of Pelagics, and excellent visibility, think 50m plus.

The Crown Jewel of Micronesia

Situated in the coral triangle, one of the world’s largest marine protected areas, and at the convergence of major ocean currents, this diving destination is one of the most sought-after on a diver’s wish list. Palau’s scenery, both above and below the water, never fails to impress.

From the serenity of the rock islands and their turquoise inlets and bays to drift dives over impressive reefs teeming with fish life and healthy coral, Palau is constantly ranked as one of the best places to dive in the world. The archipelago is well known for various dive environments, including walls, caverns, reefs, and wrecks. It is a magnet for pelagic life, with manta and sharks visiting or residing.

Blue Corner

One of the world’s best dive sites, Blue Corner, is teeming with reef sharks in a current, allowing you to ‘hook in’ and enjoy the spectacle. Discovered recently, Palau is home to large spawning aggregations of Red Snapper and Bumphead Parrotfish; dive trips to see this once-in-a-lifetime spectacle can be arranged around the full and new moon. Infinite Blue Dive Travel can help you arrange the most suitable schedule and take care of all your plant-based dietary needs.

How to dive Palau

Read more about how to get to Palau and how to dive Palau here, and a few more suggestions on why we think you should make this stunning dive destination your next one, here.

Welcome to Palau, sign your eco-pledge, and get diving with:

  • Reef sharks
  • Manta
  • Whale sharks
  • Schools of Jacks and Snapper
  • Turtles
  • Wrecks
  • Stunning corals
  • Hammerhead sharks
  • Caves