If you’re looking for a new and unique adventure, Four Seasons Explorer is setting sail to one of the world’s last remaining frontiers: Palau! Picture this: 340 emerald islands with incredible marine life, and a 4,000-year-old culture kept alive by 20,000 locals.
Known as one of the Seven Underwater Wonders of the World, Palau has only a fraction of its 340 islands inhabited. It is a true underwater wonderland for divers and snorkelers, with an expansive half-million square kilometers of protected marine territory. Additionally, Palau boasts remnants of WWII sites, symbolic bai meeting houses, and a fascinating blend of Spanish, German, Japanese, and American influences that have shaped its rich culture.
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Explorers can discover the rich heritage of Micronesia’s Palau with on-shore excursions to Palau’s oldest bai, the ancient Badrulchau Stone Monoliths, cave paintings on Ulong Island, the renowned Belau National Museum, WWII sites, traditional music, lush forests, majestic waterfalls, and countless other wonders organized by the excursion team.
The Four Seasons Explorer, a luxurious 128-foot catamaran, features three decks and ten staterooms with king beds and ample natural light. The exquisite Explorer Suite offers an indoor dining area, a walk-in wardrobe, and a private sundeck with stunning panoramic views. The dedicated team includes a marine biologist, talented chefs, a spa therapist, and experts in diving, snorkeling, and more.
If you’re interested in being part of the pioneer crew with Four Seasons Explorer, reservations for the inaugural adventures in late 2023 are now open, offering a range of opening offers. To secure your spot, you can book through the website or email firstname.lastname@example.org.