These are the few places that are blessed with the world’s clearest waters. These crystal-clear drops of nature are just so inviting that you want to visit them right away.
There are so many bodies of water in the world that should have been in this list, but due to space problems, we had to stick with fifteen. Nevertheless, we’re sure it will be more than enough to convince you to go out and see them for yourself.
Isla Holbox, Mexico
Located on the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico, this beach is home to white sand beach and bright clear waters. Because of perfect wind conditions, this beach is a favorite spot for kite boarders.
Valle Verzasca, Switzerland
One of the most favored spot for scuba divers, this river has one of the world’s clearest waters. Scuba divers have fun time diving here because of the clarity of the waterway.
Peyto Lake, Canada
This lake is fed by the glaciers of the Canadian Rockies. With its turquoise color, thanks to the glacial rock flour, the lake is a sight to behold. Peyto Lake is one of the most photographed lakes in the world.
Rio Azul, Argentina
Just like what its name says, Rio Azul (rio = river, azul = blue) boasts of clear water that is very clean that you can drink it without any reservations. The melting snow of the Andes feeds the water to the river, that’s why it is super clear and super clean.
Linapacan Island, Palawan, Philippines
The Philippines is blessed with unspoiled beaches all over the country. Linapacan Island in Palawan is one of the country’s best beaches. A small white sand island welcomes visitors all year round.
The water in Bodrum is very clear that boats seem to be floating on a bed of air. This city might be ancient, but its beauty is just as fresh, if not fresher, as any other island.
Pupu Springs, New Zealand
This natural spring is located south of the island. It’s water is so clear that many believe that the spring that dumps over 14,000 liters every minute has healing powers.
Cayos Cochinos, Honduras
Want to visit a truly unspoiled destination? Head to Cayos Cochino. The problem is that there are no roads leading to the beach. You have to go there in foot to enjoy its crystal-clear blue waters and beautiful marine life.
Belo Sur Mer, Madagascar
Belo Sur Mer sits in the middle of the Indian Ocean. It boasts of beautiful untouched islands that are only accessible by boat.
Playa Blanca, Colombia
This beach stands out due to the contrast of its soft white sand and the green blues of its water. Visitors need to hire a boat to get to this isolate island.
Crater Lake, Oregon
Old Man Lake was formed million of years ago when a volcano collapsed. Aside from the breathtaking scenery around the place, the lake also boasts its dark blue clear water.
Wineglass Bay, Australia
This beach in the Gold Coast of Australia may be lesser known than the others, but just like the rest, it has freshly pristine waters.
This world-famous beach off the main coast of Italy offers clear waters and lovely sandy beaches. The view of the mountains in the distance and the different shades of blue of the Mediterranean sea add to the beauty of Sardinia.
The Maldives has become on of the world’s most famous beach destinations in the world and rightfully so. Maldives is truly a must-visit destination; no wonder most couples dream to spend their honeymoon here.
Marsa Matrouh, Egypt
The place boasts of a calm and crystal-clear waters. This beach is one of the most peaceful places on the globe.