The Jellyfish lake is in Palau Islands in western Pacific ocean. Palau is one of the smallest countries in the world. It consists of 340 islands which acquires around 466 sq kms. The population of the country is also low about 20000 people living. Due to the less population most of the endangered species are living here. The islands are richly flourished with Flora and Fauna. The Jellyfish lake is at the Eli Malk island which is also uninhabited. The lake contains millions of Jellyfishes and they migrate to other 70 lakes of the island. This lake is the main tourist attraction of the country. The interesting thing of the jellyfish lake is humans can swim with them. Because, those jellyfish in the lake are harmless. There are two types of jellyfish living in the lake are Golden jellyfish and Moon jellyfish.
Salt water crocodiles are the threat to humans Because, Palau is the home for them. Fortunately, the death toll is very low that only one person has died of crocodiles.
Divers with skin allergies are recommended to wear a fully covered swimsuit. Because, the hydrogen sulfide content in the water can harm the human skin.
There are more jellyfish lakes in the island but, this lake is only available for the tourists and divers.
The best place for the underwater photography and diving.