Palau Holidays

Dive headfirst into the magical island nation of Palau, an archipelagic wonder in the western Pacific Ocean. Famed for its pristine beaches, shimmering azure waters and vibrant corals, Palau caters to an array of holiday types, be it an adrenaline-fuelled adventure, serene romantic escape, or the quintessential family getaway. From its breathtaking rock islands to its rich cultural heritage, Palau is the perfect haven for any discerning traveller, no matter the budget. Its natural allure extends beyond mere sightseeing to include thrilling deep-sea diving and invigorating hikes to its mountainous interior.


With its diverse array of islands and attractions, Palau is ripe for discovery. Explore anything from the bustle of the capital, Koror, to the tranquil nature reserves of the Rock Islands, each location teeming with its own unique charm.


As Palau's commercial and tourism hub, Koror offers a lively city experience complete with local markets, restaurants, and a plethora of cultural experiences. Don't miss the mesmerising spectacle of Jellyfish Lake, a true marvel of nature.


This largely rural island is perfect for those yearning for adventure amidst stunning landscapes. Explore its waterfalls, terraces, and historic village sites, unravelling Palau's culture along the way.

Rock Islands

This southern lagoon, designated a World Heritage site, is an archipelago of limestone or coral uprises, each packed with marine life and beautiful beaches. Perfect for both divers and sightseers alike.


Rich in World War II history, Peleliu gives an insightful glimpse into the past, with Palau's most intense battlefield now becoming a peaceful tropical destination.


An autonomous region south of Peleliu, Angaur is an ideal destination for diving and wildlife spotting, with sea turtles and coconut crabs making regular appearances.

Where to Stay

From the vibrant city life of Koror to the idyllic beauty of the Rock Islands, Palau provides an array of exquisite locales where you can create unforgettable holiday moments.

For a family holiday

Immerse your family in a seaside adventure in Koror, offering top-notch resorts that cater to both adults and kids. Or venture to the Rock Islands, where families can safely snorkel and discover a whole new underwater world.

For a couples holiday

For those seeking romance, the secluded beaches of Babeldaob provide the perfect intimate escape. The luxury resorts speckled across Koror offer breathtaking sea views and top-notch amenities, perfect for creating lasting memories.

For a holiday with friends

For a great mates' getaway, Koror’s vibrant nightlife and diving spots will provide unforgettable fun. For groups seeking peace, a trip to the peaceful beaches of the Rock Islands allows the group to unwind and bond amidst nature.

When to Visit

The best time to visit Palau depends on your holiday preference. For sun-seekers and snorkellers, the dry months from October to April are ideal. However, holidaymakers should take note that this is also the peak season and be prepared for slightly higher costs. Those preferring a more serene and affordable getaway can plan their visit during the rainy season from May to September. Despite occasional heavy rains, sightseeing remains viable and offers the opportunity to witness the lush, green landscapes of Palau in all their abundant glory.

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