Dolphin Bay Resort & Peleliu Divers

Address: P.O. Box 8071, Koror, 96940-0871, Palau | Resort
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This resort, located on P.O. Box 8071, Koror, is near Belau National Museum, Dolphins Pacific, Etpison Museum, and Island Bicycle Rental.
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        Travel Blogs from Koror


        A travel blog entry by mek1 on Feb 19, 2014

        21 photos

        ... woke me up. I went otuside on the balcony and it was so foggy you literally couldn't see anything. To get to Palau you have to cross a large reef. It is marked by slim poles sticking up out of the water. The captain could not see the poles in the fog so the ship stopped. After a half hour the fog lightened somewhat so you could see and we started off again. As we made our way into Pilau you could clearly see the reef about ...

        Living fossils and torches

        A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Apr 08, 2013

        1 comment, 6 photos

        ... a fish that is about 10cm long, very pretty but fairly shy and likes to come out as it gets darker. On the macro dive several Mandarin Fish were spotted as well as a little Triggerfish, a small Moray eel, a pipe fish like fish and many others. After about 35 minutes of pottering around the group surfaced and hung around Sam’s until it was time for the boat to go out into the darkening harbour and as we later found out into torrential, whipping rain that felt like ...

        Welcome to Palau

        A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Apr 02, 2013

        3 photos

        ... about 45 minutes, we surfaced and got back on the boat. Everyone seemed happy with the dive and excited to see the turtles. After de-kiting, we headed off to find somewhere for us to eat our bento boxes (which consisted of meat, rice, noodles, pickled vegetables and a chocolate covered marshmallow.

        The beach where we had lunch had white sand, blue water, coconut trees and a couple of resident chickens. After lunch on ...

        Speechless... in so many ways

        A travel blog entry by tinayoung on Nov 23, 2012

        85 photos

        ... shadow, or muddy water (but in a circle), then you look closely and see that it's a GIANT BALL OF FISH!  You don't see the individual fish as clearly in this TravelPod blog, but email me if you want me to send you the actual photo, where you can make out the individual fish!  Pretty cool!  Suddenly I realized how <i><b>deep</b> & lt;/i>the ocean was.  Think of it: 'The Abyss' could have easily been filmed ...

        Flying MNL-ROR

        A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on Apr 25, 2012

        5 photos

        ... had to leave at 8:02 when the lounge closed. There wasn’t another open Star Alliance lounge, so I had to sit in the general waiting area, where I bought some chicken teriyaki for dinner and a slice of Oreo cheesecake.

        Next I headed to Gate 1 for the United flight to ROR. There was a line down the stairs to the boarding lounge, where I encountered security hell – even though we had already cleared security at MNL, there ...