An island of beauty and history, Angaur is located southwest of Peleliu outside of Palau’s fringe reef.
Some of the most spectacular blowholes crash on the rough shorelines. The beaches are known for clean white sand and cool. fresh air. History includes old phosphate mines and Uab, the giant who formed the Palau archipelago, came from Angaur. There are also World War II relics, an old German lighthouse, shrines, and some stone platforms. Angaur’s traditional first childbirth ceremonies are unique as the mothers climb a platform. Diving in Angaur is also spectacular with its steep drop-offs and abundant sea life.
|Angaur State Sites
Phone #: 587-3511
|No.||Name of Sites||Type||Fees/Permits||Type of Activities/Tour||Protected Areas Network Sites (PAN)|
|1||Metukelianges/Melech WWII, Ngebeanged||Historic Remain WWII||$50.00 per day/maximum 4 people
|2||Ngelong, Rois||Traditional Village|
|3||Olsechall er a Ruchel, Ngebeanged||Stone Platform|
|4||Olekull, Ngermasech||Historic Remain (German Administration)|
|5||Diong er a Ngedloch, Ngermasech||Bathing Pool|
|6||Phosphate Drying Plant, Rois||Historic Remain|
|7||Beluu er a Ngetelkou, Ngebeanged||Traditional Village|