Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Little things about Palau

Palau is an island nation in the Pacific. Located east of Philippines and south of Japan.
Palau has a tropical climate all year round with an annual mean temperature of 82 °F (28 °C).  The average humidity over the course of the year is 82%, and although rain falls more frequently between July and October, there is still much sunshine. Typhoons are rare, as Palau is outside the main typhoon zone. Making diving possible all year round.
Palau islands are well preserved thus giving you some of the natural wonders of the world if we consider the beauty of their marine life. Plenty of tourists love to visit Palau for scuba diving as they certainly feel like they are in paradise when they swim around all those extraordinary marine life .If you truly love diving you should definitely consider visiting Palau. There is no doubt that if you plan the trip in time you will enjoy a unique and fascinating experience.
One of the most popular spot here is the renowned jellyfish lake. Where you can swim alongside those harmless jellyfish. 
There are just so many fascinating dive spots here in Palau with plenty of dive shops to chose from.
Traveling to and from Palau are easy, with flights from Philippines, Japan and Guam. 
While staying here is good with lots of hotels you can choose.

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