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Palau trip within 10 days with a limited budget

Palau trip within 10 days with a limited budget
Palau trip within 10 days with a limited budget

I’d be happy to help you plan your 10-day trip to Palau on a limited budget! Here’s a sample itinerary that you can use as a starting point:

Day 1-2: Arrival in Koror

  • Flight to Koror, the largest city in Palau
  • Accommodation: Budget guesthouse or hostel (around $50/night)
  • Activities: Visit the Belau National Museum, the Palau Pacific Resort, and the Palau Capitol Complex

Day 3-4: Rock Islands

  • Boat tour to the Rock Islands, a group of limestone islands located in the southern lagoon of Palau
  • Accommodation: Budget guesthouse or hostel (around $50/night)
  • Activities: Snorkeling, swimming, and kayaking

Day 5-6: Peleliu Island

  • Boat tour to Peleliu Island, a small island located in the southern lagoon of Palau
  • Accommodation: Budget guesthouse or hostel (around $50/night)
  • Activities: Visit the World War II battlefields, snorkeling, and swimming

Day 7-8: Kayangel Island

  • Boat tour to Kayangel Island, a small island located in the northern lagoon of Palau
  • Accommodation: Budget guesthouse or hostel (around $50/night)
  • Activities: Snorkeling, swimming, and kayaking

Day 9-10: Return to Koror and departure

  • Boat tour to Koror
  • Accommodation: Budget guesthouse or hostel (around $50/night)
  • Activities: Relax on the beach and prepare for departure

Total cost:

  • Airfare: $1000 – $2000 (depending on the dates and the airline)
  • Accommodation: $500 – $750 (depending on the type and location)
  • Food and activities: $500 – $750 (depending on your choices)
  • Boat tour fare $200 – $300.

Note: These are approximate costs and you can adjust them based on your preferences and the actual prices at the time of your trip.

For getting to each place, You can fly with United Airlines, Delta Airlines or Asiana Airlines to Koror, then use the local boat tour services to reach other islands. Also, please make sure to check the visa requirements and any other necessary travel documents. Palau is well-known for its beautiful beaches, coral reefs, and marine life, so make sure to spend most of your time snorkeling, swimming, and diving. Keep in mind that Palau is a small island nation and options for travel and accommodation may be limited.

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