Rusty and the sculptors journey to exotic Palau to create a functional shark-themed bar made entirely of sand to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the local shark sanctuary and come face to face with circling ...Go to Episode
Palau Pacific Resort is the only resort in Palau with its own private beach and is where the Shark Sanctuary sculpture was created. This resort is a popular retreat for traveling divers and non-divers alike.
Koror, Republic of Palau 96940
Sam's Tours, located in Malakal Harbor, Koror, is Palau’s top scuba diving and eco-adventure company which helped the Sand Masters spot circling sharks during their scuba diving.
Koror, 96940, Palau
The sculptors spent their day off in this snorkeling-only site where millions of golden jellyfish migrate across the lake everyday. Bring a t-shirt for UV protection -- sun screen is not allowed to protect the fragile jellyfish ecosystem!
Eil Malk, Rock Islands, Palau
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