Gives the opportunity of a possible 2 to 3 dives.
Choice of sites: Iro Wreck, Chandelier Caves, Jake Seaplane, Hafa Dai Wreck
Boarding for Solitude Gaia begins promptly at 7:00 am and concludes no later than 9:00 am. Upon arrival, our crew warmly welcomes you aboard. Orientation and registration will promptly follow this welcome. Latecomers for boarding are accommodated but must understand that any missed meals, tours, or dives cannot be refunded or exchanged.
Our services include complimentary airport and local hotel transfers. As you step onto Solitude One, our team eagerly awaits to greet you. The registration process, including the collection of Permits and National Parks fees, will commence alongside a reminder to bring your C-Cards and/or Log Books. For a comprehensive guide on fees and guidelines, refer to our Know-Before-You-Go document. Both Lunch and Dinner are included in your package.
Today signifies the onset of our diving escapades, with Solitude Gaia stationed in Malakal Bay, adjacent to the main town’s shoreline. This area bears historical weight, having been a significant battleground during World War II between the US and Japanese armed forces. Near the bustling town of Koror lie numerous shipwrecks from that era, inviting exploration of both submerged vessels and an airplane wreck. Notably, the nearby Chandelier Caves offer a popular and easily accessible cavern dive, presenting a beginner-friendly journey through four distinct air chambers within a spacious cavern adorned with stunning stalactites hanging from the limestone ceiling.
This day unveils a different dimension of Palau’s diving scene, spotlighting the nation’s diverse dive sites and rich historical backdrop. While the visibility here may differ from the pristine clarity typically expected in Palau, it adds an enigmatic allure to underwater exploration. Later in the day, we’ll embark on a 1-2 hour journey towards Ulong Island, ushering in a new array of diving prospects