Indonesia is full of wonders, and Jellyfish Lake is one of them. The country’s best kept secret is located off the coast of Korro in Palau.
After its separation from the oceans 12,000 years ago, the amount of jellyfish in this lake grew since there is an abundance of quick-growing algae. Plus, there are are no predators, which means you can snorkel to your heart’s content with them!
And yes, you’ll be safe as they have evolved not to sting people.
The jellyfish move from one end of a lake to the other throughout the day, and it’s pretty cool to watch them float by.
Get there by hiring a private jet and relax in privacy.