1. Siaes Corner - Drift diving for beginner to advanced. Eye-pleasing coral and an active population of reef sharks, snapper and turtles mark this site. 2. Siaes Tunnel - Deep dive for more advanced divers. Wall and caverns highlightes by a wide tunnel that slices through a reef. Lionfish, angel and butterfly fish, sting rays and leopard sharks are present. 3. Shark City - Advanced drift and wall diving. Good vis for checking out big critters. 4. Blue Holes - Advanced cavern, wall and drift diving. Four holes on top of the reef lead to the caverns, which lead to Blue Corner. Angel and butterfly fish hang out, but its all about the cavern and the easy access to Blue Hole. 5. Blue Corner - Advanced drift and wall diving. Plenty of pelagics and schooling fish, species, including reef sharks, barracudas, black snappers, jacks, turtles, and spotted eagle rays. 6. New Drop - Advanced drift dive with an abundance of reef sharks, barracuda, snappers and wrasse. 7. Big Drop - Great drift and wall diving for beginners. Grey, white-tip and black-tip sharks are known to inhabit the area. 8. Turtle Cove - Good for beginners. Drift and wall diving. Sharks, snappers and hawkfish share space with the turtles. 9. Coral Garden - Beginners will find the shallows ideal for swimming with cuttlefish, angel fish, filefish, octopus and eagle rays over healthy coral beds. Slightly more experienced divers will want to fin over to the drop off for the many shark species, barracuda and giant clams. 10. German Channel - Drift diving for beginners who want to see big mantas. Reef sharks, barracuda, hawkfish, turtles, octopus, and groupers patrol the area. For more information see the guide below. Palau Dive Operators: Palau Resorts: Palau Live-Aboards: Palau Travel Specialists: Palau Tourist Board:
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