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GINNIE SPRINGS – FLORIDA


Ginnie Springs is a private park in Gilchrist County about 6.5 miles (10.5 km) northwest of High Springs, Florida, USA. It is located on the south side of the Santa Fe River, to which it is connected. The water is clear and warm and there are accessible caves with a sandy bottom and limestone.


Ginnie Springs is a popular destination for scuba diving, snorkeling, canoeing and camping.

GIOLA GRÉCIA


On the beautiful island of Thassos, Greece lies an isolated lagoon near the village of Astris called Giola. This beachside gem is simply beautiful, but for those unwilling to make the trip, they are rewarded with an incredible natural pool to dive in the beautiful views of the sea.

CENOTE IK KIL – MEXICO


Ik Kil is a well-known cenote off the Pisté in Tinum Municipality, Yucatan, Mexico. It is located in the northern center of the Yucatan peninsula and is part of the Ik Kil Archaeological Park near Chichen Itza. It is open to the public for swimming and is often included in the bus tours.

HAVASU FALLS – USA


The Havasu Falls is a beautiful waterfall located within the Havasupai Reservation in the Grand Canyon region of Arizona, United States.
To reach the waterfall you have to walk a 19 km trail, walking or riding.
The waterfall is 37 meters high and the turquoise blue color of the water forms an impressive contrast with the brown rocks of the terrain.

TO SUA – SAMOA


Samoa, officially, Independent State of Samoa is a sovereign state of Polynesia. Samoa gained its independence from New Zealand in 1962.

The islands of Samoa are located in the southern Pacific Ocean, between Hawaii and New Zealand. This State comprises the islands of Savai'i, Upolu, Monono and Apolima, plus five uninhabited ilitle islands.

Samoa is divided politically in two parts to Western Samoa, and the American Samoa administered by the United States.

All two speak the same language and follow the same traditions and customs, but Western Samoa has maintained its cultural purity while East Samoa reflects the influence of the United States.

To His translated as "great hole" is a natural pool of transparent waters surrounded by intense vegetation of colorful gardens on the island of Upolu. It is a place to dive or just look. To descend and dive in this magnificent setting, a staircase of about 30 meters allows you to reach a platform and relax in the calm waters of this unique place.

PARK TAT KUANG SI – LAOS


The Kuang Si waterfalls are a complex of waterfalls located in Laos that range from shades of turquoise to emerald green, and look like a real postcard. This is the preferred destination of tourists visiting the country.

To enter the Park Tat Kuang Si Park all must pay an entrance tax (20,000 kip). From the entrance, you can walk through a forest area where there are housing boxes of Asian black bears rescued by hunters. At the bottom of the falls there are several blue water pools and small waterfalls (3-5 meters high), some of the falls are multi-layered. Most of the pools are open for swimming (one is closed as being a sacred spot). The falls are a popular cool-off between locals and tourists during the hot season. The site is well maintained, with walkways and bridges to guide visitors. There are also rails to climb to the top of the waterfall, where there is a huge and impressive swimming pool and its fountain.
 
ENCHANTED RIVER – FILIPINAS


In the Philippines, more precisely on the Island of Mindanao, there is a river like no other in the world. The crystalline waters surrounded by a paradisiacal margin make this place unique. The river - Enchanted River - is born from an underground spring of salt water.

PAMUKKALE – TURKEY


Pamukkale (Turkish "cotton castle") is a collection of limestone thermal pools that over the centuries have formed gigantic basins of water cascading down a hill near Denizli, Turkey. The formation of the Pamukkale is due to hot thermal locations beneath the hill that cause the calcium carbonate spill, which then solidifies as travertine marble. It was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO together with Hierápolis in 1988.

BLUE LAGOON – ICELAND


The Blue Lagoon (in Icelandic: "Bláa lónið") is a thermal spa and one of the most visited attractions in Iceland. Located in the town of Grindavík, 39 kilometers from the capital, Reykjavik, the lagoon attracts visitors seeking in its warm waters (40ºC) medicinal properties. They are more than 6 million liters of water in 5 thousand square meters of area. In addition to the relaxing effect of its warm waters in a cold country, the concentration of algae and minerals is effective in combating aging and treating skin diseases.

MOUNT RORAIMA – VENEZUELA


In Mount Roraima, natural pools of crystal clear water with a background of quartz crystals in the middle of the rock formations at the top, at 3,000 meters of altitude. This landscape, embedded in the border between Venezuela and Brazil, inspired the British writer Sir Arthur Conan Doyle to write his book The Lost World. There is also the highest waterfall in the world, called Salto do Anjo, with a height of 979 meters.


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