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The access was closed for a time due to the decline of jellyfish from the change in water temperatures. The jellyfish are being to rebound, and I was able to purchase the Jellyfish Lake permit from the government earlier this week.
I have wanted to see Jellyfish Lake for years. Unfortunately the lake has been closed to visitors because several years of dry weather have killed off the jellyfish. Our flights and hotels were booked and non-refundable so we traveled all that way even thought we...More
I went to visit jelly fish lake 20 years ago and the experience was so surreal and enchanting. Unfortunately due to global warming and pollution, the jelly fish population has dwindled. At one point they even close the lake to visitors. They recently opened it...More
This is obviously a huge attraction because there is a ranger station at the entrance and a fancy walkway to the lake. There is no chance anyone could sneak in. When it rains a lot hopefully it will reopen. No known opening date.
If you are traveling to Palau, this is a MUST SEE attraction. Being able to swim with (mostly) stingless jellyfish is amazing. While fins are allowed, they should not be (can cut up the jellyfish)...so be a good tourist and don't wear fins or apply...More