Gorgeous natural pools in the World every water baby should visit

Gorgeous natural pools in the World every water baby should visit

The Devil’s Pool, Victoria Falls, Zambia

The Devil’s Pool is situated near Victoria Falls in Zambia. It forms all year due to  the dry season. It’s a eye-catching spot to take a dip in the pool, which has spectacular scenes of the falls. It even  has a 30 m drop to the bottom.

The IkKil, Chichen Itza, Mexico

The Chichen Itza Eco-Arqueological Park’s IkKil denote is a deep natural ditch that formed when the limestone bedrock collapsed. This area’s groundwater pool is an ideal place for swimming. It’s situated 26 meters below ground level and has a carved stairway leading to it.

The Havasu Falls, Arizona, USA

This unusual find is situated in one of the driest and hottest regions in the world. The water from the nearby waterfall flows into a big pool, which is filled with calcium carbonate. Although the pools are usually open, visitors are needed to have a permit to swim in them.

The Cola Beach Lagoon, Goa

This freshwater lagoon in Goa is an awesome place to swim. It’s surrounded by palm trees and has a nice pool. There are even many pretty shacks and huts around the lagoon. Reaching this region can be a bit challenging as it takes around an hour to walk to the location.

The Gallu pools, Himachal Pradesh

Situated in Upper Dharamshala in Himachal Pradesh, the Gallu Devi waterfall is about ten minutes away from the Gallu Devi Temple. This natural feature has a gorgeous little pool that’s ideal for swimming. The area is relatively untouched, which creates the water both clean and perfect for a swim.

The Enchanted River, Mindanao, Philippines

The Hinatuan River is referred to as the enchanted river due to it mysteriously flows without any source. It’s situated about 50 feet deep and is fed by a salt-water spring. It’s vague 
 why the river flows with salt water, but the area’s thick jungle and cool blue waters creates it a great place to swim.

The Litchfield National Park, Australia

Located in Australia’s Northern Territory, the park known as the Litchfield National Park has many pools that are free of crocodiles. However, it’s vital to note that these pools can be visited at any time.


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