Palau – The world’s first national marine sanctuary / An unspoilt tropical island paradise
Palau – The world’s first national marine sanctuary / An unspoilt tropical island paradise

Dive Information

Palau’s warm tropical waters are legendary amongst divers for their dramatic sheer walls rising from the depths to within inches of the surface and capped with thriving coral reefs. Palau is home to over 1,300 species of fish and more than 700 species of coral. World renowned for its’ marine bio-diversity and abundance of large pelagic animals. Palau also offers avid wreck divers one of Micronesia’s largest collections of WWII shipwrecks.

Check out this incredible video from Lee Burghard to see what you can expect!

Palau is a divers dream! A true one stop shop when it comes to diving! Healthy reefs, stunning walls, beautiful hard corals and soft corals, lots of sharks, huge mantas, turtles on every dive and huge schools of fish, tiny seahorses, elusive mandarin fish and lots and lots of tiny critters, all topped off with an amazing collection of WWII wrecks!

For more information on Palau and the diving in Palau, please view the attach information sheet on this page- Palau- Micronesia.












Palau Siren

The 40 metre luxury liveaboard was launched in July 2012 and offers either fixed double or twin bed cabins (2 cabins can be converted from twin to double). The dining area is very spacious offering a great setting for all your meals. The dive deck is perhaps the most spacious and comfortable you would have experience.

The Palau Siren has designated indoor and outdoor workstations for charging, preparation and maintenance of your camera and video equipment. Large storage drawers for your peripheral items are avaliable, as well as numerous charging points, with adapters. Large rinse tanks, soley available for camera and video equipement are also available.











Trip Dates

21 September – 5 October 2018

14 days/ 13 nights ex Brisbane


$6,684 per diver

What’s Included

Airfares and Taxes
Return airfares ex Brisbane to Koror flying via Taipei with China Airlines
Australian departure taxes and applicable airline taxes (subject to change)

Accommodation, Meals, Transfers and Diving
1 night twin share accommodation at Palasia Hotel- Palau
3 nights twin share accommodation at The Rose Garden Resort- Palau
Breakfast daily whilst in Palau
3 days diving (2 dives per day) with Sams Dive Tours- Includes use of tanks, weights and dive guide services
Transfers in Palau
1 night twin share accommodation at The Hotel Manka- Taipei

7 nights twin share cabin accommodation aboard the Palau Siren
All meals, tea, coffee, juices, soft drinks, water and beer whilst aboard
Free nitrox for nitrox certified divers
Free use of diving equipment (excludes dive computers and torches)
up to 4 dives per day (except on arrival and departure days)- includes use of tanks, weights and dive guide services

Palau Reef









What’s Excluded
Travel Insurance, personal spending monies, excess luggage fees
Marine park fee of $200 USD- payable on arrival
Government permits: Rock Island permit $50 USD/ Jellyfish Lake $100 USD
Koror departure tax and environmental fee $120 USD per person
Koror visa fee $50 USD per person

















Booking Requirements

To secure your place on this trip, please complete an online booking form (see link below) and return it together with a non-refundable deposit of $500 per person to Dive Adventure. Payment installments will be required throughout the duration of the booking. Details of the payment plan will be confirmed at the time of booking confirmation.

PADI Specialities Suitable for this trip








Advanced Open Water
Underwater Navigation
Deep Diver
Digital Underwater Photographer
Underwater Photographer
Underwater Videographer
Search and Recovery
Peak Performance Buoyancy
Night Diver
Shark Awareness
Underwater Naturalist

This is the perfect way to complete a specialty course as you have already paid for the dives!! 


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