Located at the southern tip of the barrier reef, Peleliu has a total area of 19 square km and one of the fiercest battles of the Pacific took place here in 1944 during WWII.

In anticipation of an American invasion, the Japanese defenders dug cave systems into the limestone hills, and built bunkers that are still accessible today. Visitors to Peleliu can get there by boat or by small airplane. The airstrip was built during the Japanese occupation. Peleliu is great for fishing and diving, as it has some of the best dive sites in Palau. It also has a museum packed with WWII memorabilia. Visitors can also enjoy the beautiful beaches and war monuments and relics scattered around the island.

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Peleliu State Sites & Fees Phone #’s: 488-1817 / 345-2967 E-mail: Website:
Name of SitesFees/PermitsTypes of Activities/TourProtected Area Network(PAN)
Historical & Cultural Sites:$5.00 per person/per daySight-Seeing/Land TourTeluleu Conservation Area PAN Coordinator: Wendy Arurang (interim) Phone #: 345-1400
Taoch er a Ngebungel (Dock)
Ii er a Irur (Cave)
Peleliu Shell Midden (Shell midden)
Beluu er a Chol (Traditional village)
Beluu er a Ngetengchau (Traditional village)
Peleliu Battlefield (Landmark)
Land Tour (include camping)$15.00 per person (good for 10 days) (inclusive of museum)Land Tour / Camping
$10.00 per person /per dayDiving
$10.00 per person/ per dayFishing ( Catch & Release)
$30.00 per person (good for 10 days)Diving
$50.00 per day (up to 10 days only)Commercial Photography
$500.00 / more than 10 days and up to 30 daysCommercial Photography
$1000.00 / more than 30 days and up to 90 daysCommercial Photography
Docking TypeFees
ONE MONTH and/or one to thirty days$125.00
ONE YEAR$1,500.00