7. To Sua Ocean Trench, Samoa
Popularly known as “The Big Hole,” this local swimming spot in the South Pacific is a natural wonder. To reach this spot, you need to hike through a lush forest in the lava fields outside of Lotofaga village on Upolu Island in Samoa. Then you will find a long climb down a steep ladder. If you are brave and a great swimmer then make a quick jump into the hole that is almost 100-feet deep.
8. Five-Flower Lake, Jiuzhaigou National Park, China
The most famous attraction in the park is the crystalline Five-Flower Lake which offers a window-like view to the bottom where fallen trees make a lace-like pattern on the lake floor. The water is clear that it mirrors the surrounding mountains and trees as well as the sky above.
9. Devil’s Bay, Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands
After you scrabble through the gem-colored baths, you can see the white sand known as Devil’s Bay. Snorkeling in the clear turquoise waters is one you should not miss.
10. Con Son, Vietnam
Located 110 miles off Vietnam’s southeastern coast, Con Son is one of the best secret islands on earth. The unspoiled island’s beach is lined with golden sand and gorgeous blue water.
11. The Cook Islands, Rarotonga
In 1773, the island was initially named as the Hervey Islands by James Cook. But, the Cook Islands were renamed in his honor by the Russians in the 1820s. You can clearly see the white sand beneath the surface.
12. Cancun, Mexico
Cancun known for its beaches, numerous resorts, and nightlife, is yet another place perfect for scuba diving. The clear waters around popular Mexican resort, Cancun is the most beautiful place in the world.