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a good rainy day short hike, interesting stones and a face one. they think remnants of a Bai... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
labearcajun
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long beach
The best sight on Babeldboab

If you decide to go to Babdelboab. this is the highlight of the trip. Part of Palau's past. The... read more

Reviewed 5 April 2018
kangatashi
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New Jersey
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

a good rainy day short hike, interesting stones and a face one. they think remnants of a Bai? big island must do

Thank labearcajun
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We went over there as part of our rented car tour in the Island. We have been charged like 5$ per person. You see some stones and not really something to write home about. Can keep it very easily without any guilt feelings.

Thank Ranny Y
Reviewed 11 September 2018

Lots of dark stone monoliths situated around the site but it was hard to make much sense of them. There weren't any guides or leaflets. There was however a very friendly small cat who followed us around and made our visit!

Thank HALnDAVE
Reviewed 16 August 2018 via mobile

This is far away from the main spots in town so you need to come in a rental car or with a tour. Your can be quite expensive. The stones are not that special. The path down to them is not well maintained with loose...More

Thank Efyshum
Reviewed 1 June 2018 via mobile

We were the only tourist here at the stone monolith and felt a good energy flowing. Do not miss this.

Thank turtle33_13
Reviewed 5 April 2018

If you decide to go to Babdelboab. this is the highlight of the trip. Part of Palau's past. The "heads" are quite worn. Well worth seeing IF you decide to do a tour of the big island

Thank kangatashi
Reviewed 31 March 2018

From this spot you can enjoy a stunning view over the ocean, but I was not particularly fascinated by the stones.

Thank sterex
Reviewed 29 January 2018 via mobile

We rented a car and went up north and this was one of the places where to visited. Cost 5usd and the view was really good to the sea, and the stone monoliths itself were cool to see aswell. Not so much of a background...More

Thank 409mattil
Reviewed 2 January 2018 via mobile

We visited these on our last day in Palau because we couldn't dive before we flew. We rented a car to see these and hike to the waterfall. The monoliths are fascinating when you think about how people back then moved and carved these giant...More

Thank Katrizzo
Reviewed 28 November 2017

We decided to get some culture into our trip so we drove to the monoliths which are on the northern most tip of the big island.....we got lost along the way which was good as we got to see a lot more. eventually we got...More

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The drive is approximately 40 minutes. The drive around the island is great. If you have the time I highly recommend it.
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Response from Isaac P | Reviewed this property |
There are sometimes small roadside stands on the way, but you'd be better served by bringing food from Koror.
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