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Ngerekebesang Island,

silversea pacific cruises ngerekebesang island palauNgekerbesang is just west of the island of Koror and connected to it by a causeway. You can head into town and visit the National Museum of Palau or the private Etpison Museum with its outstanding exhibition on “traditional money”. To have a look at Palau’s underwater creatures you could visit the Aquarium, or take to the water and see close-up for yourself. Head out to see the famous “Rock Islands” — a must, if you have not been to Palau before. This UNESCO World Heritage Site has 445 uninhabited limestone islands of volcanic origin. The beauty of these islands is heightened by a complex reef system featuring over 385 coral species. The area sustains a large diversity of plants, birds and marine life including dugong and at least thirteen shark species. The world’s highest concentration of marine lakes (isolated bodies of seawater separated from the ocean by land barriers) is found here. Although scientists can only access most of them, one of them, the so-called Jellyfish Lake, is sure to be a highlight for any snorkeler, as you can swim among thousands of harmless jellyfish.
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Ngerekebesang Island,

Ngerekebesang Island,