Welcome to Jellyfish Lake: a paradise in the Pacific where you can swim with jellyfish
Would you pay to experience something unique in the world? If the answer is yes, then we recommend a visit to Jellyfish Lake, a salt lake located on the island of Eil Malk, in the island state of Palau, Micronesia, in which it is possible to swim among jellyfish. This salt lake, about 500 meters long, is a special closed ecosystem in which jellyfish have lost most of their stinging properties, and it is therefore possible to have an incredible experience that cannot be replicated anywhere else in the world. There are about 600,000 jellyfish within the lake, living in perfect symbiosis with their surroundings. A perfect destination for tourists as well as photographers and naturalists, it is an absolutely unmissable and almost magical sight because of the way these creatures have evolved.
The real existing places that inspired the Disney films
Medieval castles, mausoleums, national parks, churches and more: often Disney animators have drawn inspiration from real places to make the locations in which animated films are set. In some cases, real places have been reproduced in the films, such as Big Ben in Peter Pan or the Beijing's Forbidden City in Mulan. Other times, however, animators were inspired by real locations to recreate new, albeit extremely similar locations to reality: and each of these locations can, of course, be visited. Here are some of the most famous examples.
The beauty of the Atacama Desert, one of the driest places in the world
If you are travelling to South America, you cannot avoid visiting the Atacama Desert, one of the most beautiful and at the same time frightening places on earth. In fact, it is considered one of, if not the, driest place on earth.Located between southern Peru and northern Chile, between the southern part of the Arica and Parinacota regions, and the northern part of the Atacama region, this place was also the scene of wars because of its enormous mining treasure. The beauty of this place, its vastness and danger, is a spectacle to be seen at least once in a lifetime.