In April 2022, Palau reopened its doors to tourists illustrator artwork service who were fully vaccinated. Palau people are eager for the whole world to know Palau’s white sandy beaches and marine wildlife again at the ends of the western Pacific Ocean. The waters around Palau are rich in natural marine ecology, so they are called “Underwater Serengeti” (Serengeti). The Serengeti is world-famous for its twice-annual animal migration spectacle). Palau was the battlefield of World War II, and the wreckage of Japanese ships and planes left over from the war also attracts history-loving divers around the world.
In addition, the country recently established the world's first National Marine Sanctuary, which prohibits any form of fishing, including commercial fishing, in the 500,000-square-kilometer sea area, which makes Palau's waters rich in sharks and rays, species of As many as 135 species, easily visible into the sea, is an ideal paradise for divers. shutterstock_259403699 Photo Credit: Shutterstock / Dazhi Images "Palau Aggressor II" (Palau Aggressor II) captain Scott. Scott Arni has been a diving expedition guide in Palau for 10 years. He said, "This year the diving area is in good condition,
with lush corals and beautiful reefs. On the German Channel (a man-made channel in the barrier reef in the southwest of Palau), there are a large number of sharks and giant rays. Diving here It will be breathtaking.” "Welcome to Palau" rewards can be tailored to a visitor's interests, whether it's diving, hiking, or engaging with the local resident community. Clark recommends that to really get the most out of the travel incentive program, plan your entire trip for 10 days to two weeks, especially since Palau is a fairly remote archipelago (890 kilometers east of the Philippines and 1,330 kilometers southwest of Guam). Time-consuming and time-