Palau Royal Resort in Micronesia has 165 scuba diving guest rooms, each with air conditioning and a balcony. Enjoy a Garden view, Harbor view, Ocean view, or all the way up to a Royal Suite Room. Whether you are coming to go scuba diving as a single traveler or with a large dive group and need business meeting facility space, they have a room to fit your needs. Enjoy our blog article on Palau, Historical World Class Diving
Palau Royal Resort is a great place to stay for the week or immediately before or after a liveaboard scuba diving trip in Micronesia. There are 1400 different species of fish, and 700 species of coral found here. As a result, the sea life around these 200 islands is spectacular to view. Coral formations, walls, caves, tunnels, and blue holes just add to the scenic backdrops behind endless schools of fish. Plan on exploring channels, tunnels, holes, walls, and even a cave or wreck. Besides sharks, Groupers, and Napoleon wrasse, expect to see enormously large manta rays. German Channel is where the mantas routinely stop by the cleaner stations. Wonder Channel is a wall dive for macro photographers. Ngedebus Coral Gardens and Ngerchong are also quite photogenic. Even better known is Blue Corner for its schools of gray sharks, eagle rays, turtles, and hammerhead sharks. From Palau Royal Resort you can also join a tour to Jellyfish Lake which is a popular snorkeler destination. Shipwrecks and planes were also sunk in Micronesia during WWII. The largest shipwreck is the Amatsu Maru. Buoy 6 is a submarine chaser, and Helmet Wreck is a cargo streamer.