What are the places with the clearest water in the world
How many times have you happened to visit a beach or lake water and be disappointed unclear? Here you can go for the clearest water in the world
Of course you can swim or wade in the water blurred, but you’ll never be sure that the sensations you had in it, such as a “consolation” leg was not an insect, algae or someone who was diving. For clear water enthusiasts, the site thrillist.com found ten destinations with the clearest water in the world: The Fusine Laghi, Italy This pair of glacier lakes is approximately a 1.6 km border with Slovenia, and although both have an extraordinarily clear water, which attracts the most tourists to the area is the largest.
Jiuzhaigou valley, China According to legend, the 108 lakes in Jiuzhaigou Valley were formed when a goddess dropped his mirror received a gift from her boyfriend, crashing it into 108 pieces. Each of these lakes are spectacular, but certainly stands as follows: Five Flower Lake and ponds Five Colors.
Exuma, Bahamas Exuma (250 km²), a sector of the famous Bahamas, which consists of 365 islands, of which the largest is Great Exuma, which has a length of 60 meters and connects Little Exuma by a small bridge. Each of the islands 365 are surrounded by a blue water clear, the optimal temperature.
Zamami, Japan In the decades that followed the Second World War, Zamami village, located in Shimajiri Okinawa region, and consists of 20 islands, it has become a popular destination because of the small size and extremely clear water.
Hvar, Croatia It is one of the islands of Croatia‘s most beautiful beaches, making them the world-famous competition on the Dalmatian coast. Water has a level of clarity comparable to swimming pool water a luxury hotel. Moreover, Hvar has an average of 2,700 hours of sunshine per year, more than any other Croatian island.
Koh Lanta, Thailand Part of the province of Krabi, made up of four groups of islands, Koh Lanta is found in the Andaman Sea, and features superb beaches where the water is remarkably clear.
Blue Lake, New Zealand With visibility in depth up to 79 meters, or Rotomairewhenua Blue Lake is officially the clearest lake in the world. Unfortunately, because it is considered to be sacred by the local Maori people are not allowed to enter the water.
Valley of the Five Lakes, Poland Set up in the Tatra Mountains, and along the border with Slovakia, these five alpine lakes all have a very clear and glassy water. The largest of the five lakes, Morskie Oko (Sea Eye) is the most popular for tourists who climb the Tatra mountains, is rated as one of the most beautiful lakes in the world by the Wall Street Journal.