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Où se situe Palau?

Where is Palau? It is an island that is located in the Micronesia region of the Oceania and is near the Philippines. Initially, Palau was under US administration, but the island wanted to become independent instead of joining the Federated States of Micronesia, and finally gained independence on the 1st of October 1994.

The climate of Palau can be classified as tropical, with the mean annual temperature being 28°C. The island receives its rainfall from July till October. The main regions in the area are Babeldaob, Koror, Rock Islands, Peleliu, Angaur, and the Sonsorol Islands, whereas the main cities are Melekeok and Koror.

Now that you know where is Palau, you should know how you will get to the place. The only way to get to the island is to travel by air. There is only one airport in the country that is located in Babeldaob, which caters to both international as well as local flights. In order to get around in the island, you can rent cars and taxis.

If you are looking for places to visit in Palau for good food and drinks, then it is recommended that you try out Abai Ice, Anathias Cafe, Bem Ermii, Carp, Dragon Tai, High Tide, Keanos, Kramer's,Palm Bay Bistro, Q-ball club, Sam's Dive Shop, Taj, Fuji, and the The Rock Island Café. Other than this, if you are looking for accommodation, some of the places that you can consider are Airai Water Paradise Hotel & Spa, Guest Lodge Motel, Ms. Pinetrees Hostel / Bed and Breakfast, Palau Pacific Resort Palau Royal Resort Rose Garden Hotel, Sea Passion Hotel, The Caroline's Resort, The Penthouse Hotel, West Plaza by the Sea, and the West Plaza Desekel.

Due to the tropical climate, the island is a popular tourist destination, which is the reason why there are so many activities that you can enjoy. You can go swimming, scuba diving, diving at the Blue Corner, or go for tours at the battle fields of the Second World War.

Other places to visit in Palau include Babeldaob Island, Belau Art Gallery, Belau National, Big Drop-off, Blue Holes, Dolphins Pacific, Etpison Museum, Fish 'n Fins, German Channel, Honeymoon Island, Icebox Park, International Night Market, Jellyfish Lake, Kayangel, Long Beach, Long Island Park Mandarin Fish Lake, Milky Way, Ngardmau, Nikko Bay, Oasis Palau, Palau Aquarium, Palau Dive Adventures, Palau International Coral Reef Center, Peleliu, Rock Islands Southern Lagoon, Rock Islands, Sara Guide Service, Stone Monoliths, Ulong Channel, and the WCTC Shopping Center.