Gallery of Palau Photographs
Diving Palau, the archipelago full of mushroom-like islets covered with lush vegetation above the water and stunning coral reef underwater, was on my bucket list since I started to dive. Finally, we made the dream came true with All4Dive, our favourite dive club from Prague in the Czech Republic.
As a preparation, I made a list of animals I’d like to encounter and places I’d want to visit. Mantas, sharks, nautilus, aeroplane wrecks, the Chandelier cave and the Jellyfish lake, belong to the unmissable attractions. The chains of islands itself are a spectacular view, best enjoyed from the air.
I could have hardly seen all this beauty during one week of liveaboard diving. Also, the weather was not the best during our trip and caused some lousy visibility at the beginning of the journey. We saw mantas, but I did not have a good enough photographic opportunity to capture their majesty.
Despite the weather, we had a great time aboard Ocean Hunter III, and I was able to bring back some images. There are so many aspects of Palau we did not explore. We will be back and report.
In the meantime, enjoy the pictures from the last trip.
Join me on one of my trips and bring back your own photos!
5 – 15 March 2020
Jardines de la Reina in Cuba is the most preserved area in the Caribbean and belongs to the best diving spots in the world. Join Josef Litt aboard Avalon Fleet II and enjoy 6-days of diving with sharks, crocodiles and giant groupers.
Price: 115,990 Kč (approx. £3,990)
04–13 November 2019
Enjoy world-class diving with Josef Litt to encounter hammerheads and whale sharks at Wolf and Darwin Island, and also marine iguanas at Fernandina. Seven nights aboard the economy-class yacht Pingüino Explorer. Includes flights from Prague or a nearby airport.
Price: 135,000 Kč (approx. £4,700)