Palau preserves its nature and biodiversity for locals and visitors alike
Nature and environmental protection have long been a living tradition in Palau. That is why visitors of the archipelago enjoy incomparably diverse islands with an impressively healthy flora and fauna, as well as cultural treasures and manifold highlights to be discovered on land, in and on the water.
|Feb 07||Palau’s Alii Pass, an award-wining cultural tourism program, sets sustainable community preservation in motion
Palau Visitors Authority launched two cultural activities called “Experience Airai” and “Dusk at Todai”. They mark the first experiences of a larger project, the Alii Pass.
|Jan 30||Palau, the leading sustainability nation of the world, is back at ITB
Palau, known as one of the world’s best diving destination and role model in environmental protection, chose hall 4.1 with the key segments of responsible tourism and adventure travel.
Palau Visitors Authority Press Archive