PSAI Divers from China Go On Dive Adventure in Palau

 

 

A group of PSAI divers from China went for Palau in January 2012.  Palau diving offers a great variety of different kinds of diving for beginners and advanced divers. Blue holes, huge caverns, spectacular walls and an immense variety of rare marine species are easily accessible in clear water with visibility exceeding 30 meters or 100 feet. In Palau there are also World War II wrecks, large pelagic predators, sharks, turtles, dolphins and land locked marine lakes, accessible from the sea through tunnels are home to rare jelly fish.


 

Group of PSAI divers from China.

 

 

 Jelly fish lake.  Photo by PSAI diver Du Jinen.

 

SIAES TUNNEL.  PHOTO BY PSAI DIVER LIU JIN.

 

Blue Hole.  Photo by PSAI diver Du Jinen.

 

Cave diving.  Photo by PSAI diver Liu Jin.

 

Napoleon Wrasse.  Blue Corner.   Photo by PSAI diver Liu Jin.

 

Making decompression stops after a deep wall dive. Photo by PSAI diver Liu Jin.

 

Blue corner.  Photo by PSAI diver Liu Jin.

 

German Channel.  Photo by PSAI diver Liu Jin.

 

Manta Ray.  Photo by PSAI diver Liu Jin.

 

Wall drills practice every dives.  Photo by PSAI diver Liu Jin.

 

Sidemount diving and reef hook was invented in Palau.  Photo by PSAI diver Liu Jin.

 

PSAI diver Li Yunqi.  Photo by PSAI diver Liu Jin.

 

Green turtle.  Photo by PSAI diver Liu Jin.

 

Hammerhead shark at Peleliu Island.  Photo by PSAI diver Liu Jin.

 

Grey reef shark.  Photo by PSAI diver Liu Jin.

 

 Japanese tanks from World War II, Peleliu island.


Japanese cannon.


 

US 81th Infantry and Marine Corp suffered great losses in Peleliu Island battle.

 

 

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