Take a Dip at Some of the Most Breathtaking Swimming Pools in the World

It is no secret that swimming is one of the best part-time activities to a good number of people. Though most of us usually take a dive in a normal pool, did you know that you can take a dip in a pool surrounded by limestone cliffs, a turquoise, surrounding rainforests and an underlying waterfall? If this sounds interesting to you, then you should make an effort and visit the following breathtaking swimming pools.
Giola Lagoon
Located in Thassos Greece, the Giola Lagoon is set right in the middle of a quiet village. Within the lagoon is the Giola swimming pool which is carved in between terraced rocks. A dip into the shimmering water that overlooks the sea will make you forget the troubles of trekking the lagoon.
Cenote Ik Kil
A cenote is a Mexican name that stands for natural swimming holes. The Cenote Ik Kil is located near the archaeological ruins of Chichen Itza. The pool is 85 feet deep and surrounded by hanging vines, lush trees, and rainforests.
Fossil Creek
Fossil Creek is located in Strawberry Arizona about 100 km from Phoenix. Inside the Fossil Creek is an oasis of crystal blue swimming hole that is surrounded by waterfalls which supply the pool with water.
Devils Pool
As the name suggests, you must be a daredevil even to get close to this pool. Located in Zambia Africa, the Devils Pool sits above the Victoria Falls, one of the largest and biggest waterfalls in the world.
Jellyfish Lake
Have you ever fancied swimming with jellyfish? If yes, then you should make a date and visit the Eil Malk Island located in Palau. The saltwater lake brags as being one of the seven underwater wonders of the world. When provoked, Jellyfish can sting an intruder. However, for reasons unknown, the jellyfish found in this lake don’t sting swimmers.