Things to do for Foodies in Palau 

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    jellyfish lake

    3 reviews

    One of the most magical places I have been. Jellyfish have been trapped in inland lakes, as the limestone rose out of the water, and have evolved to lose their stingers, and photosynthesize, so you can swim right through them.

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    Rock Islands Tour

    1 review

    This is a half day or full day tour, and can include many different stops. The highlight is the jellyfish lake so make sure you have that on the tour, and otherwise there are cliff jumps, mineral mud bathes, epic snorkling, and caves to explore. The whole trip is set in the rock islands which is one of the most ...

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    Sam's Dive Tours

    1 review

    These guys do work. They manage to get tons of divers, and kayaks out efficiently and safely every morning with gear, lunch and a super knowledgable, friendly guide. The guides all seemed to have a background in marine ecology, and were actual stewards of the ecosystems. They also knew some amazing spots to hang out. I did multiple dives with ...

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    Ulong Passage

    1 review

    This is an amazing dive. The passage drops down over 100ft, and there are 6ft grey sharks cruising around it. After hanging out, the ridge of the passage has a bunch of lettace coral and 3-4ft potato groupers darting about.

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    German Channel

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    One of the most popular dives. It is a cleaning station for manta rays and sharks are often seen here. Most of the dive is along a wall, and there are schools of fish everywhere. A pelagic dive. Impressive.

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