Sam's Tours is Palau’s premier scuba diving and eco-adventure company. Excellent customer care, personalized attention, and professional service has earned Sam's Tours, a PADI 5-Star Dive Center, ten Scuba Diving Magazine Reader's Choice Awards, Trip Advisor’s Certificate of Excellence and other honors.Our friendly, knowledgeable, and professional staff leads daily dive tours for divers of all skills, and our non- diving tours are a fun way to learn about Palau's rich history, culture, and biodiversity. You just relax and enjoy Palau, and trust that all the details will be taken care of.
Itinerary: (package and pricing to be announced)
A typical day of diving with Sam's Tours beings with an 8:30 a.m. (unless otherwise stated) complementary pickup from various hotels in Koror to our dive center in Malakal.
Most dive sites are located about 45 minutes from Sam's Tours, offering our guests picture-perfect scenic boat rides through the mushroom-like Rock Islands. Surface intervals and lunch breaks are normally spent on either a virgin white sand beach with wild green vegetation, equipped with cozy seating benches and toilet facilities, or on top of snorkeling sites with stunning shallow reef plateaus.
Depending on your daily schedule, most boats return to Sam's Tours around 3-4 p.m. You can hop right back into the water, with our offer of unlimited free dives at Sam's Macro Wall right off our dock, where mandarin fish are often spotted mating at twilight.
We dive a maximum of three tanks a day on our day tours, not counting Sam's Macro Wall and night dives.
Our tanks are aluminium 80 cft (or 11.1 liter) tanks. We also have several 80 cft compact tanks, available upon request. We do not carry 100 cft (15L) tanks.
We offer complimentary shuttle services back to your hotel, available whenever you choose to return. Many guests stick around to enjoy a deco-beer and snacks with friends and fellow divers at Bottom Time Bar and Grill while enjoying the beautiful sunset views.
7 nights (5 days diving - 3 dives a day)
Marine sanctuary fees