Palau is full of wonders,
deep within the surrounding ocean and deep within the luscious forests. While Palau is known for its magnificent dive sites such as Blue Corner, German Channel, Chandelier Cave, or Ngemelis Wall (Big Drop-Off), Palau’s waters also offer fantastic snorkeling kayaking and sight-seeing opportunities.
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The history of Palau begins with Uab (pronounced oo-wab). Uab, child of Latmikaik, had a big appetite. He would devour many baskets of taro, eventually depleting the village’s food. The villagers grew tired of feeding him and set him on fire. Uab’s body, engulfed in flames, fell into the sea, forming what is known today as Palau.