Jellyfish lake costs $100 per individual for permit, than arrange a tour for around the same amount to get there. If you can afford it it's well worth it. After docking it's a bit of a climb up and than down to the "lake". Starts off fairly uninteresting and than all of a sudden you're in the middle of thousands of Jellyfish of all sizes.
If you can work it the less people there the better. There are guards at the lake and they protect the spectacle. While we were there they asked one group to just get out of the water, and go back to their boat. Another group was told to settle down or they could get out as well. This sounds harsh but it's great that the local people are protecting their heritage here. I think they normally let you go for about an hour and it goes by fast.
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