by Nikita Goldovsky in Cool Travel on Tuesday 27 March 2012

On the tiny, uninhabited island of Eil Malk, in Southern Palau, there is a small lake which would otherwise be rather insignificant if it wasn’t for the millions of jellyfish inhabiting its waters. The lake has aptly become known as Jellyfish Lake and is open for tourism.
Jellyfish Lake (1)
Jellyfish Lake (3)