4. Jellyfish Lake, Palau
Journey to the uninhabited island Eli Malk in the tiny Pacific nation of Palau and you’ll find an awe-inspiring site: a freshwater lake teeming with two different species of jellyfish! Tourists are allowed to snorkel in the lake (not scuba dive) and no, the jellyfish’s stinging cells don’t harm humans.
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