Jellyfish Lake In Palau

Diving into a sea of jellyfish is likely to strike fear in the bravest of swimmers but astonishingly there is one lake in the world where tourists are invited to do just that. Jellyfish Lake is the only place in the world where you can safely swim amongst millions of jellyfish – because these sometimes deadly creatures, have lost their sting.

Diving into a sea of jellyfish is likely to strike fear in the bravest of swimmers but astonishingly there is one lake in the world where tourists are invited to do just that. Jellyfish Lake is the only place in the world where you can safely swim amongst millions of jellyfish - because these sometimes deadly creatures, have lost their sting.

Diving into a sea of jellyfish is likely to strike fear in the bravest of swimmers but astonishingly there is one lake in the world where tourists are invited to do just that. Jellyfish Lake is the only place in the world where you can safely swim amongst millions of jellyfish - because these sometimes deadly creatures, have lost their sting.

Diving into a sea of jellyfish is likely to strike fear in the bravest of swimmers but astonishingly there is one lake in the world where tourists are invited to do just that. Jellyfish Lake is the only place in the world where you can safely swim amongst millions of jellyfish - because these sometimes deadly creatures, have lost their sting.

Diving into a sea of jellyfish is likely to strike fear in the bravest of swimmers but astonishingly there is one lake in the world where tourists are invited to do just that. Jellyfish Lake is the only place in the world where you can safely swim amongst millions of jellyfish - because these sometimes deadly creatures, have lost their sting.