Thermeco Loves Incredible Natural Pools
31st March 2017
Summer is definitely behind us and so we are visiting (unfortunately only via internet) these amazing natural swimming pools! Which is your favourite?
1. Ik Kil Cenote, Yucatan, Mexico
Ik Kil cenote is probably the most amazing natural pool in the Americas. It is an amazing rounded, swimming hole with crystal clear blue water. The Ik Kil cenote is located within the Eco-Archaeological Park in the Yucatan peninsula of Mexico.
2. Devil’s pool, Victoria Falls, Border of Zambia and Zimbabwe
Devil’s pool has formed as a result of thousands of years of erosion. During the dry season, when the water level drops, you can safely swim in the Devil’s pool. That is at the edge of 108 meter high Victoria Falls. The natural rock wall at the edge of the waterfall will stop you from being swept down.
3. Pamukkale Thermal Pools, Denizli Province, Southwestern Turkey
The word Pamukkale means cotton castle in Turkish. Like the name suggest the limestone walls of the Pamukkale has a cotton castle like outlook. Anyway, it is a great natural thermal pool located in the Denizli province in Southwestern Turkey. It contains a group of hot springs and Travertines. The globally popular Pamukkale has been used as a thermal spa since 2nd century B.C.
4. Hamilton Pool Preserve, Austin, Texas, U.S
The Hamilton pool is a favorite summer swimming destination for Americans as well as international tourists. This amazing natural pool is located within a 232 acres of protected area in Austin city of Texas State. The Hamilton pool has striking green water and surrounded by large limestone slabs. There is also a small waterfall spills from the limestone roof.
5. Havasu Falls, Grand Canyon, Arizona, United States
The Havasu Falls is a picturesque waterfall located within the Grand Canyon in Arizona State of U.S. It is just 1.5 miles away from the Supai tribal village. The Havasu Falls is renowned worldwide for its vivid blue green color water. There are also several pools that formed as a result of mineralization.
6. Hinatuan Enchanted River, Mindanao, Philippines
As the name indicates, the Enchanted River is a stunningly colorful river located in the Mindanao Island in Philippines. No one is known about the origin of this beautiful river. That is
7. Dudu Lagoon, EL Dudu, Cabrera, Dominican Republic
Of course, the pristine beaches may be the main thing you love about Dominican Republic. But the beaches are not the only best swimming spots in the Dominican Republic. In the Cabrera town of the Northeastern coast of the Dominican Republic, there is a sinkhole called as Dudu. It is very popular among international tourists for its cool, crystal clear water.
8. To Sua Ocean Trench, Lotofaga Village, Upolu Island, Samoa
It is a large swimming hole located in Lotofaga village of Samoa. This ocean trench is at a depth of 30 meters. There is a ladder installed on this site to access the pool. The water of this natural pool is very clear and has brilliant blue coloration.
9. Grotta Della Poesia, Roca Vecchia, Italy
The Grotta della poesia is a spectacular limestone pool located on the Adriatic coast in Italy. This natural pool is also known as Cave of poetry. It is said to be a beautiful princess was used to bath in this natural pool. The local people started to believe that this habit is the secret behind her beauty.
10. Kuang Si Falls, Luang Prabang, North Central Laos
Kuang Si falls is a series of beautiful falls and pools, located in the Luang Prabang city of Laos. It is probably the most beautiful tourist attraction in the Luang Prabang. Kunag Si falls is actually surrounded by lush tropical jungle. So apart from the breathtaking view of the falls, you can enjoy the pleasant mild weather. There are trails in the jungle that lead you to the falls.