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

Reviews about Palau Liveaboards

9.510113Palau Siren SirenSiren Fleet, 113 reviews

Everything I Expected, I Got It!!!

The staff are the highlight, very professional and took care of every possible request. All dive guides were so professional and great teachers for those needing extra attention. I never felt unsafe or out of my level of experience.
My favorite sites were Dexter Wall, Blue Corner, Blue Holes, & New Drop Off.
The food was fantastic!! Complements to the chefs!!
9.510113Palau Siren SirenSiren Fleet, 113 reviews

Prepare To Be Amazed!

Suppose you wanted to spend a week or ten days experiencing magnificent cavern dives, blazing current dives, hooked-in wall dives, gorgeous coral reefs, blackwater night dives, breathtaking tropical reef fish, and more sharks, mantas, turtles, and vast schools of fish than you could visually process, all with the help and support of the nicest and most highly-skilled liveaboard crew in the Pacific. Where could you possibly hope to find all of that? Book the Palau Siren and find out. Trust me folks, this is the boat you've always dreamed of; don't put it off--paradise is real, and it's waiting for you.

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