On Raja Ampat’s Misool island lies a seasonal lagoon that acts as a breeding ground for an inoffensive species of jellyfish. Armed with a snorkel and mask and plunging into the lagoon to watch them surround you is a unique experience that we encourage you to try out. Jellyfish are rather fascinating creatures as they start their lives as polyps attached to the sea floor, much like soft corals. As they grow older, the polyp eventually produces a miniature jellyfish that will continue its life as a nomad. This process looks fairly similar to a plant shedding its pollen or seeds.