Rock Islands Kayak and Snorkel Small-Group Tour in Palau

Water Sports in Palau

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Kayak and snorkel from the Fish 'n Fins dock to the nearby Rock Islands with the Fish 'n Fins experienced kayak guides. See a variety of wildlife above and below the water. Explore hidden caves and remnants from World War II. Most groups are small groups (2-4), and the utmost will be done to cater to your special requests.
The morning will start at 8:30am. You will be picked up by the staff and driven to the Fish 'n Fins dive shop dock. Based on the tides and your experience, it will be determined if the trip will start from the dock or a nearby village dock. Kayak through the labyrinth of emerald-green Rock Islands and experience magical, peaceful nature. Learn from the experienced guides the special facts of lagoon marine life, and the fauna and flora above water. See the endemic orchids, ferns, and magnificent trees of Palau. Listen to the Palauan fruit dove cooing, admire the fantail bird fanning its tail, and gaze at the fruit bats gliding in the sky. Snorkel in the calm lagoon water, and see the beautiful corals and small reef fish that use it as their nursery, along with turtles and baby sharks that pass by. Visit hidden caves and Second World War bunkers, planes, and cannons left for nature to dismantle. In a way this is a type of combo trip both of relaxation in nature and of getting a workout. Lunch will be had next to beautiful Rock Islands and you can expect to get back in the afternoon.

What’s included

  • Lunch (except for ages 1-5)
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Local guide
  • Professional guide
  • Lunch

What’s not included

  • Park fees: Koror State Park fee is $50 per person valid for 10 days for any water activity in Koror State Southern Lagoon
  • Snorkel gear
  • Gratuities


  • Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
  • Led by a local guide
  • Small-group tour