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Celebrate Thanksgiving 2010 with Your Family in Palau.

We are very pleased to announce that by popular demand Kids Sea Camp is coming back to Palau in November 2010 and space is filling fast! Join Kids Sea Camp, Sport Diver Magazine and PADI Diving Society for another amazing and unforgettable Thanksgiving family vacation in Palau hosted by Sam’s Tours PADI 5 Star National Geographic Dive Center and Palau Royal Resort. Everyone flies together from LAX to Palau on Continental Airlines, a member of Star Alliance and official sponsor of Kids Sea Camp Palau. Stay at the beautiful Palau Royal Resort  & Spa for 7 nights and enjoy 6 days of amazing diving and excursions with Sams Tours.

Palau is a divers dream! A true “one stop shop” when it comes to diving! From sheltered coral gardens filled with colorful reef fishes and lots of turtles to current swept plateaus Palau offers a wide and wonderful range of diving for divers of every interest and skill level. Healthy reefs, stunning walls, beautiful hard corals and soft corals, lots of sharks, huge mantas, turtles on every dive and huge schools of fish, tiny seahorses, elusive mandarin fish and lots and lots of tiny critters, all topped off with an amazing collection of WWII wrecks!  Whatever your diving pleasure, level of interest or experience level, Palau diving is sure to please!   
There’s a limited number of blocked seats at $1750 + tax for adults and KIDS FLY FREE on CONTINENTAL AIRLINES – (pay taxes only). 
Call Margo at Kids Sea Camp now to book your space 1 800-934-3483.
Click here for full package information and rates
See You in Palau!

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