Palau Liveaboards

With more than 350 islands, Palau is the most diverse island chain in all of Micronesia. In 2015, Palau established its first national marine reserve, the sixth largest in the world, with a protected area of 499,900 sq. km/193,000 sq. mi. With more than 1,300 species of fish and 800 species of corals and the world-famous Jellyfish Lake, this is an unbeatable, must-see destination for diving enthusiasts

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Ocean Hunter IIIhttps://media.divebooker.com/media/images/h128/1445408416e7c348eac3433daf7bdbabd82f7cdc8f.jpgOcean Hunter IIIOcean Hunter, 1 review
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One of the Best!

This was my second trip with Ocean Hunter III because I had such a great experience the first time. I wasn't disappointed. It was the same crew as 3 years ago and that speaks volumes about the operation. I've done liveaboards in Fiji, the Bahamas, and the Philippines and found the experience with Fish 'n Fins the best overall. While most crews will try to satisfy you, the OH crew work hard to anticipate your needs and are EAGER to help in any way possible. Everyone with me felt like part of the family early into the trip. And the FOOD!!! Simply incredible food. I did 4 and 5 dives a day and still gained weight. Tova has put together a fantastic team. I cannot emphasize enough how special we all felt. This is nothing like other liveaboards which focus on cramming as many people as possible onto one boat. It's a little more expensive but you get so much more. Absolutely worth it.

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2017-12-19

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