Palau April 2023 – Bumphead & Sea Bream Spawning

  • Pacific , Palau
  • Starting Price

    From $4,195.00

    April 11 - 21, 2023

    Group Leader: Audrey Tobin

    Deposit Amount: $1,000.00

    • Trip Outline
    • Trip Includes
    • Trip Excludes

    Palau is recognized by divers as being among the best in the world. There is not one main attraction in Palau which is unusual - it has everything: big schools of fish, lots of sharks, healthy reefs, World War II wrecks and history, and the world-famous Blue Corner. It all adds up to an outrageously good dive destination and one that rarely
    disappoints.

    On this Special trip we will see two of the largest spawning aggregations of the year, perfectly timed with the New Moon in April. Hundreds of Seabreams, a type of snapper, come together off the coast of Palau to spawn, swimming up and down through the water column while releasing sperm and eggs. Hundreds of Bumphead Parrotfish will repeat this dance the next night!

    If you are ready for a special trip with the typical great diving in Palau, special new moon spawning dives, and learning about fish reproduction sign up today!

    Package Includes

    10 nights Superior Garden View accommodations at Palau Royal Resort
    Hotel/Airport transfers
    Breakfast daily
    Lunch on dive days
    6 days of 2 tank diving including
    1 dawn Seabream Spawn Dive & 1 dawn Bumphead Spawn dive
    3 days of 1 tank afternoon diving including chandelier cave
    Jellyfish lake snorkel
    1 day rock islands kayak tour
    PADI Blue Corner Specialty course
    Guides, tanks, weights and Nitrox
    Unlimited Shore Diving
    Hotel Taxes

    package does not include

    Airfare
    Meals & Beverages not specified
    Palau Government permits ($100 Rock islands & Jellyfish lake)
    Fuel Surcharge (Currently $5 per day of diving, but may be taken off if fuel prices go down)
    Departure tax & Green Fee ($100 US cash on departure)
    Gratuities
    Dive accident and trip cancellation insurance

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