These are the 8 most unique natural pools in the world!

Swimming in a pool is of course really fun. Sometimes you just want something different. That chlorine water is not good for your hair and skin either, and it is often terribly busy. Unfortunately, there are no natural swimming pools in the Netherlands. Where do you find these? We have listed the 8 most unique natural swimming pools in the world. Do not forget your swimsuit!

1. Havasu Falls

These waterfalls are located in Arizona, USA. The water falls from about 40 meters down and assumes different colors throughout the year. This mineral-rich water occasionally turns green, blue and clear turquoise. Near Havasu Falls are several natural pools where you can swim!

2. Little River Canyon

This giant natural pool is also located in the United States. Little River Canyon is located in Alabama and is, contrary to what the name suggests, not that small at all. This lake is no less than 19 kilometers long and is surrounded by rugged cliffs that you can jump from. Little River Canyon is considered one of the cleanest water sources in the United States!

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These are the best accommodation near Little River Canyon:

3. Fe Polish

These magical lakes are located on the Isle of Skye (Scotland). These beautiful lakes are located at the foot of the Black Cuillins Mountains and the water has a beautiful blue-pink color. You can swim great here, but do not let the warm color of the water fool you. After all, you’re in Scotland, the water is freezing!

Check out these popular trips to Fairy Pools:

4. Erawan waterfall

Erawan National Park is located in Thailand and you will find several beautiful natural pools here. A staircase with no less than 7 waterfalls ends in a turquoise blue lake where one can swim. You will also find beautiful caves around the water that you should definitely visit!

These are the best rated trips to the Erawan Falls:

5. Devil’s Pool

The so-called Devil’s Pool is located on top of the impressive Victoria Falls in Zambia. This world-famous swimming pool runs out into a waterfall of no less than 110 meters high. This natural swimming pool is therefore not for the faint of heart! Google in advance if Devil’s Pool is available … You can only swim here during the dry season (May to October).

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Check out this top rated trip to Devil’s Pool:

6. The blue hole

Anyone who says you are going to Jamaica just for the beautiful beaches has never heard of The Blue Hole. This unique natural pool is located in a cave and you can enjoy swimming here. Please note: the road to this natural pool is not paved. So you need a strong car.

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You can also discover the Blue Hole with one of these exciting tours

7. Blue Lagoon

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This beautiful natural pool in Iceland is by far the most famous body of water in the world. Less than an hour’s drive from Reykjavik you will find the famous Blue Lagoon. You can enjoy swimming all year round in this thermal lake. The mineral-rich water has a temperature of 38 degrees Celsius, even in winter!

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Enjoy swimming in the Blue Lagoon with these popular trips:

8. I Kil

This breathtaking natural pool is located near Chichén Itzá in Mexico and is considered by many to be the most beautiful natural pool in the world. Here you really get the feeling that you have entered another world. The lake is surrounded by rocks and the beautiful clear water in combination with the hanging vines gives a romantic image. Swimming in Ik Kil will stay with you forever!

With these trips you combine swimming in Ik Kil with other fun activities in the area:

Have you ever swum in a natural pool? If so, where was it? Tell us in the comments below!

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