Swim In The Jellyfish Lake

Swimming with golden jellyfish swarms in a saltwater lake in Palau has long been on the bucket lists of adventurous travellers – myself included. That singular experience may be in jeopardy though as these famous jellyfish have all but disappeared.

Jellyfish Lake on Eil Malk Island in the western Pacific country of Palau is part of a World Heritage Site thanks to its stunning natural beauty and unique environment, which includes coral reefs and high biodiversity.

The lake has been closed during 2018 to enable the Jellyfish population to recover, so hopefully this sustainable approach will allow people to experience this for many decades to come.