Finally Found a Jellyfish Lake! (South Raja Ampat)

    March 28, 2018

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    After multiple trips to Raja Ampat, we FINALLY made it down south to Misool.

    Don’t get me wrong, the northern region of the remote archipelago Raja Ampat is also mind-blowingly beautiful, but the southern parts of Misool are definitely further and thus less visited by travelers.


    ALSO, there is a natural phenomenon here that I have been dying to see for years now….

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