Nature does not fail to amaze us with its wonderful sceneries. From the bodies of water, series of mountains and rock formations, everything is perfect. To those who love to refresh their bodies, they can swim to the beaches, or maybe try out these incredible lakes in the world.
Just because it is named the Dead Sea, doesn’t mean it is actually a sea. The Dead Sea is one of the most famous salt lakes in the world. It has a higher concentration of salt and minerals in which a person cannot swim underwater. Further, it is also called the ‘Sea of Death’ because no microscopic living organisms can survive here. The Dead Sea is also a very notable figure in the Old and New Testament of the Bible. This was the site where King David’s men and Jesus was believed to have walked above its waters.
Tasman Lake, New Zealand
Telegraph cites Tasman Lake as one of their most favorite lakes. It is located in the heart of Aoraki, on the South Island of New Zealand. It has a very remarkable appearance, especially during sunset. Further, the chunks of icebergs gradually melting complements the color of the lake. The lake is opened for visitors. They can book boat tours to see the beauty of the lake.
Lake Berryessa Glory Hole; California
You’ll probably hesitate to take a dip in this lake because of its huge glory hole with a diameter of 72 feet, considered the largest of its kind. The hole has a vertical drop of 200 feet. Further, this lake does not serve as a tourist attraction only because it generates hydroelectricity to the area. Visitors are not allowed to go near the hole especially during high water levels.
Moraine Lake, Canada
Among the travel lists is the Moraine Lake. It is located outside the village of Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada. It is usually glacially fed and does not reach its crest until late June. The lake reflects a distinctive shade of blue which makes it more attractive. This could be a perfect view for adventure seekers who can walk and hike the Rockpile Trail, the area surrounding the lake.
Taal Lake, Batangas, Philippines
If you’ll visit the Philippines, one should never miss visiting the Taal Lake. It is a freshwater lake located in Batangas province. It is the third largest lake in the Philippines and most the most photographed lake as well. At the center of Taal Lake is the Volcanic island where volcanic activities occur. Historically, the lake was divided into three crater lakes, however, due to the massive eruption in 1911, the craters were lost and left the Taal Lake.
Lake Hillier (Pink Lake) in Western Australia
Among the top must-visit lakes of Wander Wisdom is a lake of a unique color. Lake Hillier or most commonly known as Pink Lake is located at the Middle island of Recherche archipelago in Western Australia. The pink color of the lake is not an effect, but the water is actually color pink! It derived its color from the red pigment produced by bacteria that use sunlight to produce energy.
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