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Palau the Paragon of Beauty Gorgeous and breathtaking, this archipelago is a part of the larger island group of Micronesia located in the western Pacific Ocean. Going back a little further in time, the discovery of this unsurpassing beauty of nature was made by the Spanish explorer Ruy Lopez de Vill..
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A Lovely Natural Landscape This is a lovely souvenir that presents a unique natural landscape that is sure to appeal to you if you are the type of person who is very proud of your traveling exploits. A magnet like this can tell a story and help out the tapestry developing on your fridge. There is al..
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Souvenirs from Palau

Visitors to the Republic of Palau come back with suitcases filled with postcards, key chains, T-shirts and other Palauan souvenirs to remember their vacation and share with friends and family. Tropical materials are used to create handicrafts, such as woven baskets used for storage and decor, mats for practical use, and straw hats to block the heat of the sun's rays. Shells are very popular, either turned into earrings, necklaces or bracelets or larger ones used as a focal point in display, or filled with wax to make candles. Look for beachside vendors to purchase cute fabric hats and visors embroidered with oceanic images and phrases, plastic necklaces full of colorful beads, and screen printed tote bags to use on the sand or when you return home. Other souvenirs from Palau could include water globes, bath and body products made from flowers and spices, posters and maps of the country.

Things to do in Palau

Scuba diving is Palau's largest tourist draw, as it is host to a number of marine animals and shipwrecks. Blue Corner is, perhaps, the most famous of these dive sites, where many species of sharks constantly congregate, allowing divers to see these majestic creatures up close. Other locations of note are Blue Holes, German Channel and the Ulong Channel, where high currents ensure that divers have different experiences each trip. The jellyfish lakes are a scientific phenomenon, where schools of jellyfish have existed for centuries out of reach of predators. As a result, they have lost their stingers, making it safe to snorkel through them. Those who would prefer to enjoy the ocean while remaining dry will want to consider chartering a boat to cruise around Palau. From this vantage, you can appreciate the total beauty of the island and the sea breeze. There are also World War II battlefields that may be of interest to the historically inclined.

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