Jellyfish Lake - Ongeim’l Tketau

To preserve the delicate eco system of the lake and the diminishing (non stinging) golden jellyfish and moon jellyfish there is only snorkeling allowed here. Very interesting ecosystem with non-stinging jelly fish that follow the sun around in the lake.

Golden Jellyfish, Moon Jellyfish , anemones which try to catch the jellyfish and some fresh water fish species.

Level

Level

  • Beginner
Visibility

Visibility

  • 4 m
Current

Current

  • No Current

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

Wildlife Diversity

Affiliated Training Center

Dive sites nearby

German Channel

One of the Top three places to visit in Palau and THE spot to dive with manta rays here. German Channel is an artificial channel created in 1908 by German Colonial Rulers. Mantas now use this shortcut into the lagoon.

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Blue Corner Palau

Blue Corner is considered the number 1 of Palau dive sites. Often strong currents, so a Reef hook is strongly recommended. Incredible fish and coral life. Best visibility on outgoing current. Adrenaline rush guaranteed!

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With its Indonesian name meaning “Five Rocks,” this is a perennial favorite, with many of our guests requesting one or more returns to this site. Descending on the north-eastern side takes you down to the maximum depth of around 24m

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Biodiversity House Reef

The reef in front of Biodiversity Jetty and continous all the way to Batu Lima starts at 2m dropping down to 20m. The reef has many hidden areas for species to hide

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Friwen Wall, Raja Ampat

This dive site is unique in that it is one of the very few wall dives that the Dampier Straight has to offer. The start of the wall has two small caves where you can spot fish swimming upside down, a strange thing to see for the first time.

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Francisco Reef

Named after a houseguest at Biodiversity Resort who explored this area Descending onto a shallow rock, your dive starts immediately with the welcoming site of colourful Anthias and Fusiliers.

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Myoskon

Starting this relaxing dive should be done on the current side of the island, leaving a good distance between the entry point and the best point of dive site on the south-eastern side

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Challenging dive site, This is the one site where anything can happen….and it usually does! Be ready for an amazing dive here! one of the most popular dive site in Raja Ampat

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Sardine Reef

15 minutes from closest dive center, busy dive spot with fish and sharks, mild to medium current, decent into the blue and drifting to the dive spot.

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Chicken Reef

Another shallow reef dive, however even with its similar topography to other sites, it delivers a vastly different set of species. Ever-present is large numbers of fusiliers and other colourful fish inhabiting the coral. It is known for its strong currents.

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