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Ocean Hunter I - Activities - Kayak Trips
There is more to Palau than just diving! If you've got a day to fill before flying home, or just fancy a day out of the water, we can offer guided kayak excursions through the stunning Rock Islands, land tours to the sights and history of the 'Big Island', Babeldaob, or fishing trips to catch the denizens of the deep.
Is there any better way to see the Rock Islands than by gliding silently through Palau's clear waters on a kayak? Our kayak tours are lead by naturalists. All tours include food, drink, swimming and hiking. Your kayak glides silently through the Rock Islands, mangroves and marine lakes. Visit the remains of ancient Palauan villages where stone paths and ceremonial stone podiums tell us the story of the past. Explore caves, adorned with stalactites and stalagmites, within the rock islands. Learn the WWII history through Japanese forts, lighthouses, and military and civilian installations.
A relaxed tour to Nikko Bay and the Bat Cave.
Full Moon Tour
An excursion under the full moon. Celebrate the night with wine and cheese.
Rock Island Tour
Navigate the labyrinth of the Rock Islands. Explore the Bat Cave and the Mandarin Fish Lake. Full day.
A Night Under the Stars
Cruise to Ulong Island, home to one of the most beautiful Rock Island beaches. Trek to the top and rediscover the ancient Palauan caves. Listen to Palauan legends over the fire. Spend the night under the bright stars. Overnight tour.
Indiana Jones Trail
Jouney to hidden mangrove channels and limestone caves. Snorkel the sunken WWII seaplanes. Visit the Yapese Stone Money Quarry. Full day.
Plan your own adventure. Visit hidden treasures such as Peleliu, Jellyfish Lake, Northern Babeldaob, Ngardmau Waterfalls and The Palauan Sunken Village. Palau is comprised of over 350 islands. It is considered one of the natural wonders of the world. Let us know what you are up for and we will arrange a personalized tour for you.
Flora and Fauna
A kayak tour is an excellent, undisruptive way to see the rich flora and fauna of Palau. Some highlights include:
Lush Plants: Rare Plants such as wild Orchids and Cicadas (a palm dated back to the dinosaur age) can often be seen.
Magnificent Birds: Observe the Biib (Palau's National bird), a long-tail tropical bird, Cockatoos and green & red parrots.
Palauan reptiles: Including the salt water crocodile (non-aggressive), Boa Tree Snake (all snakes in Palau are non-venomous), the Giant Monitor Lizard (4-5ft long) and more.
The legendary Dugong!!!: It is your opportunity to catch a rare glimpse of the almost extinct Dugong (Manatee). These mammals have long been identified as legendary Mermaids and are now protected by law. At Fish 'n Fins, we have learned about their migration habits and we often see them cruising the lagoon.
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