Philippine citizens must obtain a visa in order to be allowed to enter Palau. Entry visas to Palau are available for Filipinos, for tourist purposes, upon arrival in the country at an airport for a maximum stay of 30 days.
In order for Filipinos to be granted the visa on arrival, the following must be presented:
- Passport, with validity of at least 6 months from the date of arrival in Palau.
- Return or onward airline tickets, as well as visas for their next destination country (if applicable).
- Proof of sufficient funds.
Extensions of stay are possible but this is subject to the approval of Palau’s Chief of Immigration, for a fee of US$50. Proof of yellow fever vaccination will also need to be presented in the case of a traveler’s having been in a country where there are known cases of the disease.
It is the Filipino traveler’s responsibility to obtain the most current visa information before traveling to his or her destination country. Those traveling to Palau should contact:
Marbella Condominium II
Unit 101, Ground Floor
2071 Roxas Boulevard
Telephone: (632) 522-1982 / 522-2849
Fax: (632) 521-0402
Trans Pacific Air Service Corporation
Palau Visitors Authority Philippines Representative Office
G/F SGV I Building
6760 Ayala Avenue
Telephone: (632) 817-9666
Fax: (632) 817-6902
Room 2, Mezzanine Floor
Anda Corporate Center
No. 23, F. Iñigo Street
Telephone: (+63-82) 221-1313 / 221-6062
Fax: (+63-82) 212-6062