Palau Plantation Resort

Address: P.O Box 1722, Koror, 96940, Palau | 3 star resort
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This 3 star resort, located on P.O Box 1722, Koror, is near Belau National Museum, Dolphins Pacific, Etpison Museum, and Island Bicycle Rental.
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    A travel blog entry by mek1 on Feb 19, 2014

    21 photos

    ... from the ship and along the way was a wrecked ship half out of the water on the reef.

    Palau is part of the Caroline Islands. Their early history is unknown but their people are believed to be related to the Malays of Indonesia, the Melanesians of PNG and the Polynesians. In 1783 a British vessel shipwrecked on a reef and the natives helped the English rebuild their ship. There are over 300 islands that make ...

    Living fossils and torches

    A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Apr 08, 2013

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... things you do for a dive!).

    The night dive was being done on Buoy #6 which is the site of a smallish shipwreck. The wreck is home to a pair of very large and a not quite as large Maori Wrasses – both of which were asleep in the actual wreck before we came along and shined our torches at them. On the dive a very large lobster was found, as well as a spotted crab and a turtle (first one since our visit to the markets).

    I managed to get a sting from ...

    Speechless... in so many ways

    A travel blog entry by tinayoung on Nov 23, 2012

    85 photos

    ... Next stop, Jellyfish Lake. To get to the Jellyfish Lake, you must hike through the woods over a hill.  Emma  explained that we were lucky that they just finished building the steps that lead to the jellyfish lake, otherwise the short (and steep) walk would have been a little dangerous.  When we first came across the lake, I was unimpressed.  It looked like a normal lake.  But, knowing that the creatures were in there and that ...

    Flying MNL-ROR

    A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on Apr 25, 2012

    5 photos

    ... security at the gate hand-searching every bag, confiscating water bottles people had bought in the airport, conducting pat-down body searches, and all kinds of other insanity.

    After running that gauntlet, I sat down to await a seat on UA 192. The flight had been oversold, so I was anxious about whether I’d get on. The 9:45 departure time came and went but the gate agents were still boarding passengers. The agents all appeared to ...

    Swimming with Jellyfish!

    A travel blog entry by marqual on Nov 08, 2011

    6 photos

    ... mud and then jumped into the ocean in a big white splash! Back at Sam's, I had a couple of "Red Rooster" Beers - the national beer and watched an American magician put on a show for the locals.

    Day 2 was the kayak tour to Nikko Bay. We saw several alligators on our way out to a hidden cove to get on our kayaks. We swam thru a tiny opening in the rocks to a marine lake called "Disneyland Lake". The colors of the coral and fishes ...