The underwater world is the main attraction of Palau

Located between Papua Nova Guinea, Guam, the Philippines, the Palau country is an archipelago that has a length of 640 kilometers, which hides the largest concentration of corals, fish and other marine inhabitants in the world. That is why, the country Palau is incredibly interesting for divers, offering at the same time excellent infrastructure to practice this type of activity. Local coral reefs are a home for 1,500 species of fish, 700 species of corals and actinum. The underwater show is supplemented by coral gardens and sunken ships from the Second World War.

Attractions of Palau

The capital of the cows is the most populated place of the archipelago, offering many souvenir shops, restaurants and other tourist facilities. An interesting attraction of the city is the Palau Museum, which collects more than 1000 relics from the past of the country, including coins, clothes, weapons. Babeldaob is the largest island of the archipelago. On it you can see sharp -nosed peaks, freshwater lakes and sand dunes, as well as visit magic monoliths that were witnesses to local primitive civilizations.

In addition to diving, the country Palau offers such entertainment as excursions on the canoe around the Rock Islands (Rock) and Twurtle Cove, as well as exciting fishing in the “German channel” and at the chandelier cave (Chandelier). By visiting the island of Peleliu, you can find multiple artifacts of the last war.

National cuisine Palau

Traditional Palau cuisine prefers foods such as a manioca, tarot root, iams, potatoes, legumes, fish and pork. Local youth prefers Western food, which is very popular here, since the country Palau is full of foreign tourists. Korean and Japanese cuisine is common here, as well as dishes such as hamburgers, pizza, spaghetti. Of the drinks, the locals prefer Cannonau wine and local moonshine prepared from Kava-kawa, coconut, Betel leaves.

Weather in Palau

The tropical marine climate, which is characterized by the country of Palau, implies humidity and high temperatures. But sea breeze cools its territory, so it is comfortable throughout the year. Seasonal temperatures do not vary much: 22-25 degrees-in winter, 29-33 degrees-in the summer. Typhoons are possible in autumn, and the summer months are most rainy.