Bluest Water Beaaches You Have Ever Seen
With fall just around the corner, we’re getting ready to say goodbye to the warmer temperatures and the beach weather that comes with it. Let’s take a moment to honor the joys of summer with a look at 10 of the bluest bodies of water in the world.
1. KO PHI PHI, THAILAND
The Phi Phi island chain is made up of two large islands (Ko Phi Phi Don and Ko Phi Phi Leh), as well as a few tinier ones. The clear blue islands that surround these islands are known for the limestone karsts that emerge from the sea.
2. THE MALDIVES
Officially known as the Republic of the Maldives, this chain of islands in the Indian Ocean has the lowest elevation of any country in the world. The glistening waters which surround the 26 atolls that make up The Maldives are known for their phenomenal snorkelling and scuba diving.
3. LAKE PUKAKI, NEW ZEALAND
Glacial flour caused by erosion has created some of the bluest waters in the world in New Zealand’s Lake Pukaki. This glacier-fed lake is the largest of three parallel alpine lakes running north-south along the northern edge of the Makenzie Basin.
4. VIRGIN GORDA, BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS
The third-largest and second most populous island in the British Virgin Islands. One of its major attractions is “The Baths,” a geological wonder comprised on stunning boulders, which result in sea pools
5. LOS ROQUES, VENEZUELA
The Los Roques Archipelago is a well-known vacation destination for many of the world’s wealthiest people. Approximately 70,000 visitors per year come to witness the region’s pristine coral reef and sparkling clear blue waters.
Have a look..