Well, who doesn’t love beaches? The sound of waves, bluest waters makes us reconnect with nature. Many luxurious resorts fill ponds with turquoise fresh liquid. However, there are some places that have crystal clear waters and it’s indeed they are the greatest natural wonders.
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could actually see what’s beneath you? Here are the 24 places where the water is so clear. Some are lakes, some are oceans, and all are natural. Make sure you visit these places before you die and experience crystal clear waters.
1. Laghi di Fusine, Italy
Located about a mile from the Italian/Slovenian border, this serene pair of glacial lakes are remarkably clear. It’s not possible to swim as the water is way too cold. However, you can get an up-close look at the what’s under the surface by hopping in one of the rowboats available for rent. To expereince, breathtaking views of the neighboring Julian Alps, hit the hiking paths.
2. Ambergris Caye, Belize
Belize’s Ambergris Caye is a scuba diver’s and snorkeler’s paradise. You can get close with eels, turtles, and colorful fish; or explore the underwater caves of Blue Hole.
3. Palawan, The Philippines
The place is surrounded by stunning teal waters teeming with fish and coral reefs and an incredible array of lagoons, coves, and secret beaches. You can see tropical fish swarm around the coral reefs. Dive in the azure ocean off of Linapacan Island, or bravely swim through the world’s longest underground navigable river.
4. The Blue River, Greenland
The Blue River is one of the greatest places filled with adventures. Each year the river has a different shape, but it is always stunning. The most popular season for tourists is cold and dry winter which is between December and April.
5. Menorca, Spain
It is certainly one of the most exciting spots from the Balearic Islands group. Don’t miss swimming in the crystal clear water, canoeing, and kayaking. The best time to visit is between May and October.
6. Sardinia, Italy
If you want to experience a unique diving experience, then Sardinia is for you. Being the second largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, Sardinia has the clearest warm water suitable for swimming for the most part of the year. From May to November, the weather is very warm.