Palau Island

An independent nation located 2,000 miles south of Japan, the Republic of Palau is best-known for their “Rock Islands,” a small cluster of mushroom-shaped islets located in a large lagoon that harbors one of the world’s greatest concentrations of corals, fish, and other marine life. The beauty of this 400-mile-long archipelago has given rise to resorts and aquatic activities. Enjoy the tropical splendor of the mangrove and coconut palm forests as you relax in their secluded and idyllic shade.

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