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Magnificently positioned in the Pacific Ocean, Palau, is an island Nation, located between Papua New Guinea, Guam, and the Philippines. This 400-mile-long archipelago is a beautiful country is Micronesia’s westernmost island chain, offering astonishing natural beauty, breathtaking flora and fauna, white sandy beaches, splendid waterfalls, lush jungles and awe-inspiring tropical vistas. This island attracts numerous visitors with its 700 magnificent species of corals and 1500 astounding arrays of rare fish and unique sea life.
This stunning island is a paradise for scuba divers and has earned the reputation of an underwater wonder of the World. The wonderful islands and atolls of Palau's crystalline waters are dotted with submerged caverns, natural reefs and wrecks of World War II. Koror, Babeldaob Island and one of the world’s most unique phenomena, the Rock Islands are few important regions of this country. Palau Aquarium, Ngarachamayong Cultural Center and Ngirngemelas Square are popular attractions in Palau.