Sunday, April 21, 2019

Geological and meteorological wonders

Most interesting wonders of geology and meteorology.

Mo’oloa Falls (Mooloa Falls)

Walls of the enormous Kamalo Canyon (Kamalō Gulch) rise up to 490 m high above the bed of the stream and 1100 m above...

Hina Falls

Walls of the enormous Kamalo Canyon (Kamalō Gulch) rise up to 490 m high above the bed of the stream and 1100 m above...

Goby Lake

Although Jellyfish Lake is the most famous lake with jellyfish in Palau, it is not the only one. In more than 20 marine lakes...

Moa’ula Falls (Moaula Falls)

The upper part of the beautiful Hipuapua Valley is adorned with two large, high waterfalls. The most visited and somewhat easier to access are...

Uet era Ngermeuangel

Although Jellyfish Lake is the most famous lake with jellyfish in Palau, it is not the only one. In more than 20 marine lakes...

Hipuapua Falls

The upper part of the beautiful Hipuapua Valley is adorned with two large, high waterfalls. The highest of the two are Hipuapua Falls (152...

Pu’uka’oku Falls (Puukaoku Falls)

Some of the highest seaside cliffs in the world are stretching along the northern coast of Moloka'i island. The highest ones are some 4.2...

Jellyfish Lake

Palau islands have several exceptional attractions but without a doubt the most outstanding one is Jellyfish Lake. This marine lake is filled with millions...

Bhimbetka cave shelters

It is amazing and even hard to grasp - Bhimbetka Caves have recorded the human history over some 300,000 years - or may be...

Wai’ale’ale Falls (Waialeale Falls, Weeping Wall)

Summit of the 1,544 m high Wai'ale'ale volcano belongs to the rainiest places of the world - here fall some 10,800 mm of rain...