Ngarchelong is situated on the northern tip of Babeldaob. The land has low rollowing hills and is fringed by thick mangroves. It extends north from the narrowest part of the neck on Babeldaob where it borders Ngaraard. Lower hillsides are generally covered with a lowland forest. Some of the higher hills at the north end of the state are forested, though much of the land is covered with grass and low vegetation.
Ngarchelong includes two small Islands, Ngerkeklau and Ngerchur, located one and two kilometer north of Babeldaob. Badrulchau Stone Monoliths, dating far back as A.D. 161 is concerned Palau's premier archaeological Site.
- Badrulchau, Ngerulechau (Badrulchau Stone Monoliths);
- Euatel er a Ngerbau (Fortress);
- Bia er a Mengellang (Bai/ Stone Platform);
- Btelul a Chang er a Ngerbau (dock);
- Oreor el Bad, Mengellang (Stone Platform);
- Beluu er a Ngermetong (Traditional Village);
- Tet el Bad, Ollei (Stone Sarcophagus);
- Bisecherad, Mengellang (Terraces);
- Todai er a Eleos/ Taem er a Saibal (WWII);
- Beluu er a Ngriil (Traditional Village);
- Kukau el Bad (Monoliths);
- Diong er a Tuluat me a Cheldeklel a Rael (Pool/ Stone Path);
- Beluu er a Kiok (Traditional Village);
- Medong (Stone Feature);
- Mesei er a Ngerkei (Taro Patch);
- Raeler a Risong (Traditional Path).
Sites which may be of particular interest to visitors:
|Badrulchau Stone Monoliths|
|Todai JapaneseHistorical Site|