West Plaza Coral Reef Hotel

Address: PO Box 280, Koror, 96940 , Palau | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on PO Box 280, Koror, is near Dolphins Pacific, Belau National Museum, Etpison Museum, and Island Bicycle Rental.
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      Travel Blogs from Koror

      Change of Plans

      A travel blog entry by robertandkevin on Apr 11, 2014

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... memories for the home bar.

      We were able to get on the ATV tour during a break in the rain. We had heard this would be perfect timing to do such an activity and without fail, it was. Feeling no pain, we set off with a group of three ATV's on this tour into the jungle. Car one was a younger guy who drove like an old Asian woman, car two had a good group that hit some of it hard but they were really no match for car #3 driven by Rob and I. ...

      Gina's Big Adventure in Palau

      A travel blog entry by gmeetstheworld on Oct 31, 2013

      3 comments, 11 photos

      ... an old man with a prosthesis could come hand deliver photos to each of you before I could upload them. I will try though. It's 6:30AM and we don't leave until 9AM...

      But Jellyfish lake was a once in a lifetime experience. I had to get photos off the web to do it justice. It was raining when we went and I just couldn't get the images to convey the experience. But, every few inches there is a jellyfish. I mean hundreds of thousands of them. At first ...

      Mud and mayhem

      A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Apr 09, 2013

      10 photos

      ... ride took us to our lunch island. Due to the tides, we spent about 2 hours on the island waiting for the timing to be just right. These two hours once again reiterated the fact that as a group we should be left along unsupervised – after digging a large hole, we proceeded to bury one of our cohort up to the neck and then placed various objects around him – somehow he managed to get a coconut bra. Other than some sand in not so pleasant places, they were ...

      Will we need our reef hooks?

      A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Apr 04, 2013

      1 comment, 9 photos

      This is the question that has been asked before each one of our dives – will we need to use our reef hooks? Previously the answer has been a no, however on this morning's first dive the answer was yes, yes we do and we were excited!

      This morning we were off to dive Blue Corner, a site very well known for two things – strong currents and BIG fish.

      After a quick dive briefing we hopped into the water and straight away ...

      Speechless... in so many ways

      A travel blog entry by tinayoung on Nov 23, 2012

      85 photos

      ... first shark, a black tip, swimming about two dozen yards away. He was small, maybe 3-4 feet from nose to tail, so I bravely tried to follow him to get some shots in. But he was swimming away from my group, so I stopped, surfaced to catch a breath, then turned back to my group... last thing I was to do is to be left behind! After this, we went to an island where a barbecue was prepared for us while we replenished the calories ...