An archipelago of over 500 tiny, volcanic islands set amongst the stunning azure waters of a vast lagoon, Palau is a truly unique and beautiful nation, rich in biodiversity, history and culture.
With spectacular underwater landscapes featuring over 400 hard coral and 300 soft coral species, numerous shipwrecks, and wealth of unique marine-life, Palau is one of the best destinations on the planet for diving and snorkeling, whilst on land, myriad picturesque beaches give way to lush tropical forests home to an array of endemic flora and fauna, and several breathtaking waterfalls.
Situated on the coast of the beautiful Malakal Island just yards from a beautiful beach, this excellent resort features stunning, rooms with ocean-views, two bars, a restaurant, pool and spa.
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There are no direct flights from the UK to Palau. However, there are a number of options available, the easiest of which is from London via Seoul with Korean Air.
Palau is a great year round destination, though December to March is the driest period and, due to the clarity of the water, is the best time for diving.
We recommend a minimum of 5 days.
British citizens do not require a visa to enter Palau for periods of up to 30 days.
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A snippet of paradise laying quietly near the fringe of Australia.
Overwater bungalows that hover above an oasis of tropical warm waters.