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The Best Natural Pools in the World

The Best Natural Pools in the World

You may never visit them, or at least not all of them, but you can take look at the most impressive ones. You will want to dive into their crystal clear waters. The holiday chapter has already begun and opens since in a few days we are officially entering the summer. Holiday with your girl or with your company, whatever you are doing is choosing the right destination. The part that you will have many summers to remember, you will want to come back and that will have something different. From the beaches and some sights to the crowded world and how good it has to its food.

Grotta della Poesia, Italy


It is formed along the coast of Apulia, and causes you to dive into its crystal clear waters by jumping from the hills surrounding it. You should never miss that chance.

Gunlom Plunge Pool, Australia


In this enchanting part of Australia, located within the Kakadu National Park, the waterfalls end up in a swimming pool reminiscent of Indiana Jones movie scene. It is absolutely amazing. You will feel the adrenaline rising up!

Ik Kil, Mexico


A mighty place for the Maya, Ik Kil is a beautiful place, 190 km north of Cancun, which is offered for intense thrills. People dive into the clean, icy waters of the natural swimming pool formed in a lush forest and located 26 meters below the surface. The pool has a depth of 40 meters and so diving is allowed from above. You really need to try to have a marvelous diving from above. You are going to remember it for the rest of your life.

Havasupai Waterfalls, Arizona


For hikers the hiking Havasupai waterfalls are the perfect place for a bit of dew after 10 km of walking. Waterfalls with blue-green waters end up in an impressive natural swimming pool, where braves can dive from high up. Are you going to try for a dive too? Are you brave enough?

Barton Springs Pool, Texas


The place where Robert Redford swam at 5 years old is a 3-acre natural pool fed by nearby Barton sources. The best thing about this is that the water temperature is at 21 degrees Celsius, which makes it ideal for swimming all year round.

Meadow Run, Pennsylvania


This place in the USA is the joy of those who love toys in the water, since the relatively soft rocks are like natural waterslides. It's somewhat dangerous, of course, because there are no lifeguards here.

Batur natural hot spring


This place is Indonesia is one of the reasons that lots of people visit the archipelago. Besides having fun at a Bali wedding, you can actually spend a weekend there, rest your body and your soul and really feel like you are reborn. Batur is the perfect place that can offer you that, so do not miss your chance to visit it.

ALSO READ: Bali Budget Travel Guide with DIY Itinerary and Breakdown of Expenses

To-Sua Ocean Trench, Samoa


Many of the best natural swimming pools in the world are located in the South Pacific and specifically on the volcanic island of Samoa. Everything is told by the picture itself. Its depth reaches 30 meters. You will not believe that you are in such a beautiful place like this, believe me!

Koufonisia, Greece


It certainly does not have the size of all the above, but the Pool at Koufonisia is the closest that Greece has to compare with all the above. Take a dip in its blue-green waters, if you find yourself on the Cycladic Island that stands apart from everything else for the color of the water that reminds exotic part. You are going to love this great island and this even greater pool.

This is a contribution from one of our contributing writers.

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