Palau's original jellyfish lake has been closed by the local government to allow visitors to snorkel. This time, we met a senior local accompanying us to another lagoon with a small number of non-toxic jellyfish, so we were lucky to see Palau's national treasure.
The island has been to many times, after going to Palau, I will feel that life can be wonderful. Palau gives me not only visual enjoyment, but also a magical place to wash people's hearts and calm the restless hearts of those who live in the city. There are less than 20,000 permanent residents in Palau, of whom 4,000 are foreign. The infrastructure is relatively backward and people's life seems monotonous. In fact, it is a kind of satisfaction. People who have lived on the island for a long time are very simple. I like the people there. Similarly, the splendor of the sea is really shocking. The beauty of Palau lies mainly in the sea. Snorkeling can see the wonderful world of the sea floor. All kinds of marine life have a good view. There are also regrets, that is, it will not dive deeply. If you look at a large number of friends, you will feel that you must learn how deep they are and go to Palau again in the future. I like this kind of restrained beauty, not publicity, but moving! Goodbye Palau, look forward to the next reunion, I can better embrace you
Palau & Jellyfish Lake: Jellyfish Lake, the treasure of Palau's town and country. The unique experience of Golden Jellyfish Lake is that you can have close contact with these lovely water mothers. When you swim in this saltwater lake, you are surrounded by golden fairies like jelly. They roll up and down, sometimes hitting your face when they swim fast. Sunlight shines through the lake on their transparent bodies. Words can no longer describe such a fantastic dream scene. Super Recommendation! It's worth going!
Very unforgettable experience, this is the only non-toxic Jellyfish Lake in the world, snorkeling in the jellyfish lake, watching a group of jellyfish around feel like a dream, touching the cool soft jellyfish do not want to let go ah these elves are too lovely. It is said that the jellyfish in the jellyfish lake has disappeared now. Fortunately, I caught up with them before, and I think it is very important to make a decision when traveling.
Jellyfish Lake, Rock Islands, there are no large facilities here, but this is indeed Palau's most popular, the best natural marine amusement park! Famous jellyfish lakes (the only non-toxic jellyfish in the world), large faults, milk lakes (pure natural spa, blue corner, blue hole, German waterway, etc.) are all located here, super primitive ecology, Elmark Island in Palau Rock Islands, formerly part of the sea, and later due to crustal movement, the surrounding seabed rises, gradually isolated from the sea, which is Palau's famous diving victory in the world. Land! Recommended!
There are many islands where angel's tears are clear - one of them is called Rock Islands. There are no large-scale facilities, but this is the most popular and best natural amusement park on the sea in Palau. Famous jellyfish lakes (the only non-toxic jellyfish in the world), big faults, milk lakes (pure natural spa, blue corner, blue hole, German waterway, etc.) are all located here. Look at the photos I have sunned! Super Primitive Ecology
Very cute little fellow. Jellyfish are sunny. If you want to see dense jellyfish groups, you must go where the sun is shining. You can see a group of jellyfish. But jellyfish lake bottom has biogas, must not dive. Jellyfish need to be lovely, but the lake water is not clear, feeling a little dirty, may be the reason for long-term isolation from the outside world. But the whole is worth going.
A must see when in Palau. I just loved swimming with the jellyfish. It is a touch of a walk, but so well worth it.
The snorkeling ground in the afternoon is Golden Jellyfish Lake. I really love it!!! A small jellyfish has a small gold edge, just like a small starry sky underwater, from small nail size to hands can not hold, one by one QQ around you, love dead. The jellyfish lake here is the only non-toxic jellyfish in the world and the first of the seven wonders of the world's seabed.