Palau Transportation

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Palau Transportation

  • great tour company

    to visit the most beautiful spots in /around Palau its best to go aroud with a tour agencyour tour agency was really reliable, punctual, trying to satisfy all tourists need and expectations..really worth the moneyhttp://www.palauritc.com/english/especially to recommend the Special Rock island tourits under Japanese management and most tourists are...

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  • Bicycle rental saved me $$$ while in...

    Renting a bicycle for a day or 2 to do sightseeing in Palau, especially on the island of Koror, is probably the best choice you'll make on your travels to Palau.They have several taxi-cab sevices but it cost like around $20 per hour. To have a taxi take you to the north-tip of the Big Island (Babeldaob), the tag on the trip is anywhere between...

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  • you can only fly on continental airlines

    from manila the only option to get to palau is to take continental airlines and the flight schedule they offer don't really give a lot of options. you either stay 2 days or stay 5 days in palau depending on what day you leave manila. plus they only have 1 flight both ways and their flight leaves at Manila at night and gets into Palau in the early...

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  • Taxi's on Koror, Palau

    Downtown Koror is easy to navigate by foot. However, since Palau is located near the equator, the island has a humid and warmer climate all year. We found that taxi's were a great way to get to combat the heat and our ever increasing sunburns. Taxi's are especially helpful if you want to visit the outer resorts like the Palau Pacific Resort. Most...

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  • To and fro..

    Taking an air plane is the only mode of transportation to Palau. Since AsianSpirit cease flight operations to Palau at end Nov 2007, Continental Micronesia is the only airline that flies in to Koror International Airport. Meanwhile, getting around downtown Koror is easily done by foot, motor vehicles or taxis. But bear in mind that, a short 5 min,...

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  • Tour Boat

    To get around the various islands, charter a boat. This is one that we rode in to do the Rock Islands tour, to Jelly Fish Lake, Milky Way & our picnic lunch. If you are with a group, you can all the share the boat fee. If I remember quickly, with our group we each chipped in $15-20 & this included a good bento lunch & drinks.

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  • Traveling Outside of Koror

    When traveling outside of Koror to any ot the northern states you really get more of the feeling of roughing it. The country has 61 km (38 mi) of roads, of which nearly all 36 km (22 mi) of paved roads are in and near Koror. Any excursion outward will reveal poorer road conditions the further away from Koror you get. As far as air travel is...

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  • Roads, What Roads?

    When traveling anywhere in Palau be aware that the roads are not marked. No road signs means directions are confusing. Turn right after that big tree? might be the directions you get. With that in mind give yourself plenty of time to get around, you may get lost.Outside of Koror, roads are being built into the middle of the island where a new...

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  • Rent a car

    If you're in Palau for a couple of diving days you'll most likely stay in Koror. As you will find out, Koror is not really nice to walk around - there's few pavements, there's rain almost daily, the town is stretched over few islands. And I don't recall any public transport... So ask around and rent some car, you'll get to bars, restaurants,...

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    I wouldn't rent a car personally, if you get in an accident I am sure it would be blamed on you. Don't get me wrong Palauns are awesome and very nice but like other small islands there is curruption. Theres a lot of cabs, and they are farely cheap, and by taking a cab you get more insight, we found the guys that took us out on their boat through...

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  • Get Towed By a Tractor

    This is more of a joke but we got towed out of the muddy roads after gettin our car stuck by a tractor that was doing work on the roads.

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  • Tour Boats

    The tour boats were a really fun way to get around the Rock Islands. A plane would not have been as nice because we got the chance to stop off at more places, although the overhead view would have been spectacular. The boats were pretty fast and they were covered so the sun wouldn’t beat down on us too bad but I was trying to get as much sun as...

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  • Cross the Bridge

    When going out of Koror to the rest of the island you will have to cross the Palau Japan Friendship bridge. It is about 60 feet off the surface of the water below.

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  • Flights to Koror (Palau)

    There are not many ways to get here. The most convenient might be from Guam, there are daily flights available. Beside that there are also flights from Kaohsiung, Manila and Taipei available.

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  • Do you think I took a picture...

    Do you think I took a picture in airport? haha..yes..its international airport of Palau.its BIGGER? hahahaha...rent a car from airport/hotel (its not good idea), not bad around biggest island by bicycle, but you have to bring your bike first. Around palau, just only by speed boat. to ask locate agent about rent a boat(price, lunch, how many island,...

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  • AIR FARE-ROUND TRIP IS...

    AIR FARE-ROUND TRIP IS EXPENSIVE BUT SOMETIMES YOU GET SPECIAL FARE. YOU CAN EITHER FROM MAINLAND TO HAWAII TO GUAM BUT ONLY AIRLINE TO PALAU WHICH CONTINENTAL BETWEEN GUAM AND PALAU. OR YOU CAN ROUTE TO JAPAN AND THEN TO GUAM OR SAIPAN AND THEN PALAU. IT MAYBE A ROUTE BETWEEN PHILIPHINES AND PALAU.PALAU IS VERY SMALL AND HAVE FOURTEEN OUSTSIDE...

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  • I think Continental Micronesia...

    I think Continental Micronesia is the only choice. Travel to the Phillipines first for a stop over. It's cheaper than going there indirectly. I say indirectly because from Virginia it took about 35 hours to get there. You have to go to Newark, Cleveland, LA, Hawaii, Guam and then the Phillipines to get to Palau. Another option (If you know someone...

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