Blue Corner Wall
Divers talk about their favourite spots and Palau is definitely one of them. The Blue Corner Wall in particular is touted as a great top-tier destination for ample schools of fish. It is simply overwhelming sometimes when you see volumes of fish and even sharks in great number. You will also encounter snappers, jacks, chevron barracuda, and red-tooth triggerfish. It is a true treasure trove for the eye and mind. Venture here for sure if you enjoy tuna, wahoo, groupers, eagle rays, and green and hawksbill turtles. Wait, there?s more. Add Napoleon wrasse and hammerhead sharks, manta rays, sailfish, whale sharks, and, yes, whales themselves. The list goes on and on, and it is all there, waiting for enterprising divers. The current gets the credit for these species, but it also requires some expertise. Divers cruise along a coral-festooned wall and gorgonian fans to a ridge area. Get out your reef hooks and sit back and relax. Soon will appear sharks, jacks, and snappers galore. When you are ready to depart, the current will carry you to a plateau where you will find some the smaller red-toothed triggerfish, Moorish idols and butterflyfish. The depth here is about 10 meters, ideal if you don?t want to use up a lot of air.
|Depth: 8-30 meters.||Visibility: Up to 40 meters.||One hour from Koror by boat.||? ? ? ? ?7?14?N 134?18?E|