The Rainbows End is just within
From the western seaboard of the United States, you can
hop to Hawaii, skip to Guam, then jump to Palau. For a scenic
island route, you can do an island hop across Micronesia
to Palau. Through Asia, there are twice weekly charter services
between Taipei, Taiwan and Palau and additional flights
are also available during peak seasons. From Europe,visitors can fly via Emerates direct to Manila, Philippines and onwards with Continental Airlines to Palau--this is possible without overnight stay in Manila.
Once You Get to Palau……..
The Palau International Airport (ROR) is Palau’s only
international airport. Located in the state of Airai, it’s
about a thirty-minute drive to Koror State, the provisional
capital of the Republic of Palau. A gateway to the scenic
Rock Islands, Koror State is where most hotels and resorts,
tour operators and shopping areas are located.
Car Rental: There are several car rental companies
located at the airport. The prices vary depending on the
size of the cars and model. For more information or reservations,
please visit the Getting Around section of this web site.
Taxi: Palau is serviced by different Taxi
Companies that provide services between Koror and the Palau
International Airport. One-way fare from the airport to
Koror taxi fare is approximately $20.00US. Please make sure
you ask the fare before you take the taxi.
Shuttle: Most of hotels and resorts in
Palau provide airport pick up, but please request this service
when you make your reservations with the hotel of your choice,
before you arrive in Palau.
Airport Information Booth: There is a
Palau Visitors Authority information booth at the airport
with all the information about the hotels, taxis, rental
cars and activities in Palau. We welcome you to stop by
for more information.
If you are coming from: Australia /
Europe / Japan
/ North America / Philippines
Travel Agents in Palau