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Things to do in Palau
Koror - explore the Rock Islands
The Rock Islands of Palau is rated as one of the top 10 remote islands in the world. It was made famous by the TV series Survivor,showed in 2005. There are in fact about 300 islands and outcroppings in this region that make up the Rock Islands. They are made up of limestone or coral and are all covered by dense forest. The larger islands have remnants of early civilization both in cave drawings and ancient skulls, that are covered with limestone, that has dripped from the ceilings.
Koror - stroll tiny Helen Island
Helen’s island is one of the smallest in Palau, as it is only 40 metres wide and about 100 metres long, and is the only outcropping on the much larger Helen’s Reef. In addition to beautiful underwater topography and thousands of exoctic fish the island is also home to thousands of terns that can be found all year around. The island is uninhabited except for 3 rangers who protect it from poachers.
Introduction of Palau
Palau is one of the youngest and newest nations in the world. An American trustee state until 1994 this beautiful South Pacific Ocean island group lies about 800kms east of the Philippines and very far south of Japan. It is also spelled Belau and in some cases as Pelew. Palau hotels do a roaring trade with increasing amounts of visitors arriving here to experience the excellent diving and snorkelling opportunities. The pristine marine and underwater environment is one of the major draw cards here and eco tourism is a boom industry. Many hotels in Palau have been specifically designed with green care in mind and sustainability is key to most of the buildings and businesses here. Some Palau hotels are built in the famous Polynesian style with bunglaows sitting above the water itself, connected to each other and to the mainland by wooden slat walkways and bridges. These accommodations are naturally often booked up well in advance.