For now, we can be armchair travelers. We can dream, imagine and plan. Here are five places where beautiful scenery, wide open spaces and compelling adventures await.
Even as sea levels rise, Palau inspires, immersing Colby Devitt in a story of regeneration.
Pacific holiday spot Palau has taken a radical step towards protecting its marine life.
After being closed for two years to allow its diminishing golden jellyfish population to recover, Ongeim’l Tketau Jellyfish Lake — one of Palau’s most famous attractions — has reopened.
Palau, a tiny Micronesian country that is suffering from serious environmental destruction as a result of an increase in the number of inbound tourist, has been asking visitors since December 2017 when they enter the country to pledge that they will protect the local environment.
Take the pledge and sample itinerary. Support the future of this island nation on your Palua holiday and sign the passport pledge.
This Micronesian paradise calls scuba divers back again and again with incredible drift dives, wall dives and more.
Source: 25 Reasons to Scuba Dive Palau
In Palau, tourists are counted by the thousands. To the small Pacific nation, which has barely more than 20,000 residents itself, a fluctuation in visitors that might appear unsubstantial to a larger country can seem enormous.