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8 Best Natural Swimming Pools in the World

Rasshmie Salunkhay Aug 7, 2019
City pools can never match the adventure of natural exotic pools that truly are miracles of nature. These unique water bodies formed over a period of thousands of years are each, a geological gem.

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With an impossibly gorgeous rocky landscape and crystal clear waters of the Adriatic sea, no wonder Grotta Della Poesia, Italy is nicknamed the 'Cave of Poetry'.

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The celestial Blue Lagoon, Iceland exudes a milky-blue hue amidst the volcanic black land. The hot springs give a feel of a relaxing spa that you can thoroughly enjoy.
Experience an unforgettable bout of swimming at the emerald green waters of To Sua Ocean Trench, Samoa which is situated in the middle of lava fields.

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Have a healthy dip in the hot springs of Pamukkale (Cotton Castle) Thermal pools, Turkey which is abundant with minerals, apart from being a stunning sight.

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Lencois Maranhenses, Brazil seems other-worldly, when rains fill its basins between the dunes, forming over thousands of turquoise lagoons.

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A crucial part of the Eco-Archaeological Park in Mexico, the mystical Ik Kil cenote is an ancient pool in use since the existence of Mayan Tribe.

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Staffa, Scotland's deserted island is home to the exotic Fingal's Cave. The unique sound effect of the sea cave, due to its unbelievable shape is quite popular among visitors.
A 50 ft. fall plunging into a canyon creates the magical Hamilton Pool which is a designated preserve of Texas.
The native fishes, plants and birds enhance the pool's beauty even more.