Top Snorkeling and Scuba Diving in Koror

Ready to check out the best sites in Koror for scuba diving, snorkeling, shore diving, free diving or other ocean activities? Zentacle has 7 dive sites, snorkel spots, beaches, and more. Discover hand-curated maps, along with reviews and photos from nature lovers like you. No matter what you're looking for, you can find a diverse range of the best ocean activities in Koror to suit your needs.
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Helmet

#1 - Helmet

Palau

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The Helmet or Depth Charge Wreck or Helmet lays right side up in 55-100 feet of water, with her stern shallow and her bow deep(about 100 Feet). There are aircraft engines, and many depth charges South side of Malakal Harbor near Japanese Cut and marked with a Buoy. Helmet is also known as Depth Charge Wreck.
Short Dropoff

#2 - Short Dropoff

Palau

intermediate
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Great site for fish and corals Just west of the main (western) entrance to the harbor and inside the barrier reef
Chandelier Cave

#3 - Chandelier Cave

Palau

beginner
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An excellent easy dive, guided for the inexperianced. Stalactites and stalagmites to the water's edge, above and below. 4 inner rooms with the first very large. A massive air pocket allows educational information to be shared. A 35 foot deep entry hole opens to the first and largest chamber.
Sam's Restaurant Wall

#4 - Sam's Restaurant Wall

Palau

beginner
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Banded Sea Snakes, Octopus, giant clams, squid, barracuda and more At the Sam's Restaurant
Urakami Maru

#5 - Urakami Maru

Palau

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387 Foot length, 52 Foot beam She was attacked by aircraft from the Carriers Hornet and Montarey as part of Task Force 58, Operation Desecrate One, on March 30 and sunk. Her final resting place is the middle of Malakal Harbor, just west of Malakal Island
Mandarinfish Lake

#6 - Mandarinfish Lake

Palau

beginner
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Mandarinfish and other small stuff, crabs etc. Eastern end of Malakal Harbor
Chuyo Maru

#7 - Chuyo Maru

Palau

beginner
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The Chuyo Maru was attacked by aircraft from the Carrier Lexington as part of Task Force 58, Operation Desecrate One, on March 30 and again the following day by aircraft from the Carriers Yorktown and Lexington but was not reported to sink until April 1. Northern side of Malakal Harbor. Chuyo Maru is also known as Chyuo Maru.