Our last Water Bungalow in Palau is up for Silent Auction!
Valued at over $14,000, this trip for 2 people includes 3-nights in a luxurious water bungalow, plus 4-nights in a garden view room. The package includes an accredited medical conference, and the opportunity to dive at world-renowned dive sites or relax at the 5-star resort.
Curse the human anatomy – Palau is the kind of place where a set of gills would be really useful. A marine playground dubbed ‘the underwater Serengeti’, Palau is a tropical paradise of 200 idyllic islands, shimmering beaches and world-class dive sites every bit as wonderous as you imagine. As diverse as it is beautiful, the seascape encompasses everything from sheer reef walls and swim throughs, to canyons, caves and WWII shipwrecks. The waters are teeming with more than 1400 species of reef fish and 700 types of corals, as well as sharks, turtles and manta rays. With interval time at the luxurious Palau Pacific Resort, this conference is a must for scuba diving enthusiasts.
(Dentists and other health professionals are welcome to attend)
The conference program is currently being finalised.
Current Academic Advisory Committee members
- Dr Diana Hart OAM
- Dr Jayne Ingham
- A/Prof Ralph Audehm
- Dr Alan Giles
- Dr Margot Cunich
Resort and Rooms.
Palau pacific resort has 160 unique villa-style guestrooms + amenities of a world-class resort. Built to respect the surrounding natural Palau environment, the resort is no higher than the tallest coconut tree.
Diving is the number one tourist draw in Palau. And it’s little wonder why.
Swimming with thousands of jellies in Jellyfish Lake (Ongeim’l Tketau) is a quintessential Palau experience.
The tallest waterfall in Micronesia, Ngardmau cascades 30 metres over the curved lip of a rock overhang, its curtain of water reminiscent of a giant spaceship taking flight.
All your questions answered. Here.