Peleliu Cut Dive Site

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This dive site is on a section of the reef that is well known for its extremely fast drift dives with some of the strongest currents in Palau. It is part of Peleliu wall, which is the deepest known reef in Palau. It provides divers with a fantastic experience of moving fast along the wall with a guarantee of seeing many different corals and a huge variety of marine life.

Due to the fast currents, this dive site is only suitable for experienced divers and it is well worth taking extra training to become qualified to visit this dive site. Diving here is more like cruising along the ocean and is a unique experience different to other types of dive sites.

Divers will be able to see huge gorgonian fans along the wall as well as other soft corals, anemones, sea whips, and many hard corals. Divers will be surrounded by barracuda, jacks, and sharks that are drifting with the current. These include grey reef sharks and white tip sharks; potentially divers can also spot bull sharks, hammerheads, and whales. Divers can stop in parts of the wall to explore the crevices and caves, which have lots of hidden marine life. And with all drift diving, divers can always find a spot on the top of the reef wall, and hold on and watch the marine life around them. Divers will see many different types of marine life including Bumphead parrotfish, Moorish idols, butterfly fish, fusiliers, square anthias, triggerfish, surgeonfish, and scorpion fish.

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