There are actually several on Palau, but only one is open to the public. You walk up a steep, rocky incline from the dock. The path then descends down to the lake shore.
The jellyfish are sun-worshippers, so when you first glide into the lake and look down through your snorkel mask, you don’t see anything. The water is green and murky, but it has a dreamy quality.
Then, you see them, a few at first. As you get farther out, they increase in number, until they are all around you, pressing up against you. They are peaceful creatures, living in their millenia-old idyll. When they brush up against each other, they simply bump off and go in opposite directions. The best are the little ones; baby jellyfish seem to beat to an unheard rhythm, like tiny hearts.over 2 years ago