Palau is more than just sailing and diving! We'd be happy to arrange a land tour of the main islands of Koror and Babeldaob. Witness the history of Palau, discover WWII relics and ancient Palauan remains; visit a Bai (traditional meeting house for men); hike through the jungle and a river to the Japanese Bauxite mining area at the magnificent Ngardmau waterfall; visit the modern capital building with its phenomenal views of Babeldaob oceanfront; see the Stone Monoliths, which are faces carved on stone dating back to 161 A.D, at the northern tip of the Babeldaob, and enjoy exceptional views of the ocean, which on clear days, one can even see the southern tip of Kayangel, the northern island of Palau.
In addition to hiking, there are several interesting small tour operators. These include:
- Zip-lining through the canopy, ending up at the stunning Ngardmau Falls
- Take a river cruise and likely encounter a saltwater crocodile
- Tour the extensive remains from the fierce battles of WWII on Peleliu Island with a guided day trip