Koror is home to all major businesses, including local tour operators, who organize a diversity of tours to all destinations of Palau. Hence, Koror serves as an excellent starting point for Palau holidays and to more remote villages, islands and historic sites. The island of Koror is connected by bridges to the Ngerekebesang Island with Palau's second-largest town, Meyuns, and the Malakal Island, the site of Koror's port.
The Koror Island is also connected by a bridge to the state of Airai in the island of Babeldaob, where Koror's airport is located. Babeldaob is also home to most interesting ancient sites of Palau that are Stone Monoliths and Stone Faces.
What to see and do in Koror? The town has several museums, comprising the Belau National Museum, founded in 1955, which is filled with exhibits exemplifying the nation's culture and history. You may see here the Palauan bead and shell money, traditional crafts and even the mounted head of a five meter long crocodile. On festive occasions, Palauan women, dressed in traditional costumes, perform national dances.
Koror has numerous restaurants, serving a diversity of cuisines and nightclubs open all night long. The American & International dishes offers the best pizza in Palau. The Penthouse Cafe and Uab's Table specialize in authentic local food and international cuisine. The Bem Ermii Burgers & Fries treats guests with the finest burgers and fries in Palau. Many other dining facilities serve Chinese, Korean, Indian, Italian, Japanese, Palauan, Mediterranean and other culinary delicacies.
The Palau Crocodile Reserves, also located on Koror, is the safest place to get acquainted with these creatures, and the Micronesia Mariculture Demonstration Center is a marine laboratory that provides wonderful opportunities to deepen your knowledge of marine life.
Certainly, there are nice beaches all around Koror, splendid for swimming, diving, snorkeling and fishing. However, the best way to enjoy all these activities is to take a tour, offered by some local tour operators, as they strive to provide the best water experiences.
Koror is proud of its opportunities for anglers and divers. The underwater world of Palau is considered one of the most diverse in the Western Pacific and the ocean waters provide fishermen with wonderful catches of Blue Marlin, Yellow Fin Tuna, Sail Fish, Barracuda and Wahoo. Fishing trips are offered by Fish'N'Fins, one of the most efficient tour operators of Koror. They also specialize in technical diving, snorkeling and canoeing, kayaking, camping, hiking and family tours.
The town of Koror is the most preferable spot for the islands' visitors due to the abundance of resorts and motels in the area. Totally, there are twenty two hotels and eight motels, corresponding to any requirements whether they are budget, comfort or style.