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Snorkling in Jellyfish Lake in Palau. The jellys have a sting too mild to be felt, so you can just enjoy their beauty. This sounds like an amazing experience!

Roller Coaster Highway, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Roller Coaster Highway, Tulsa, Oklahoma, South-Central United States, North America

Furnas Lake Villas

Lake of Fire, Sao Miguel Island-Azzore. On my travel bucket list. Have you been? If so, tell me about it in the comments!

Palau’s Jellyfish Lake once had an outlet to the sea, but is now connected to the ocean through fissures and tunnels in the surrounding limestone. Millions of jellyfish were trapped in the basin when sea levels dropped, and over time they evolved into a species that have lost the ability to sting because they don’t have to fight off predators. Jellyfish Lake is a snorkeling and swimming extravaganza where you can get up close and personal with an estimated 10 mil Jellyfish.

Mt. Rainier and red heather at Reflection Lakes in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington • photo: Paul Rezendes on AGPix