Chelbacheb or the Rock Islands is the most photographed scene in the Republic of Palau. These limestone islands are so interesting for their appearance, the richness of vegetation on the surface of the island, and the marine life underwater. It can often be heard among visitors that Chelbacheb is the real reason to visit Palau. White islands formed by water erosion in a mushroom-like shape are densely overgrown with vegetation, inhabited by exotic birds, and there is even a lake inhabited by endemic jellyfish species that are not dangerous to humans. In the waters surrounding the archipelago, you will meet dolphins, various species of fish, sharks, sponges, and corals. The islands are included in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites list.