Jellyfish Lake in Koror State is another popular spot for photography. The lake is home to an estimated 13 million jellyfish, which can be seen floating around in the crystal-clear water. Photographers can capture some spectacular still shots and even videos of these majestic creatures in their natural environment.
The Rock Islands of Kayangel State are a stunning spot for taking photographs. Visitors can rent a kayak or stand-up paddleboard to explore the scenic lagoons and tiny islands that make up the area. There are also some amazing opportunities for snorkeling and diving, so bring your underwater camera for some breathtaking shots.
Palau's Blue Corner offers some of the best diving spots in the world. Located on the western periphery of the country, the area is a popular spot for photographers looking to get up close and personal with an array of marine creatures. With a wide variety of colorful tropical fish, sharks, and stunning coral formations, it's no wonder that this spot is highly recommended for photographers.
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- 1.Jellyfish Lake
- 2.The beach at Ngermeaus Island
- 3.Sailing through the Rock Islands
- 4.Chandelier Cave
- 5.Palau Islands
- 7.Babeldaob Monoliths
- 8.Palau Pacific Resort Dock
- 10.Pandanus Trees
- 11.Rock Island
- 12.Japanese Peace Memorial
- 13.Japanese Gun Emplacement
- 14.Ngardmau Waterfall
- 15.Sunset at the Palau Pacific Resort
- 16.Ngebedech Terraces
- 17.Hatchery Dock Micronesia P024
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