Do I need a passport or visa to enter?
If you are a U.S. citizen visiting Palau for one year or less, you do not need a visa unless you will be employed. You must have a passport that is valid for at least six months in order to enter Palau. This requirement does not apply to United States military personnel traveling or visiting Palau on official business. U.S. military personnel must present official orders or documents certifying their status. U.S. military dependents ten years or older must have a U.S. Government-issued photo-ID card showing the name, date of birth, and their status. Dependents under ten years will be granted entry if they are listed in the official orders. Visit the Embassy of Palau website for the most current visa information. There is currently a departure tax and green fee totaling $50. Cholera and Yellow Fever immunizations are required for those arriving from infected areas.