Six Amazing Natural Swimming Pools in the World (Part II)

The world is full of amazing and unique places and natural swimming pools are one of them.  

Most of these natural swimming pools are created near waterfalls. If you ever get a chance to swim in a natural swimming pool, then don’t miss the chance as it gives a far better experience than swimming in a man-made swimming pool. Here are a few more names of amazing natural swimming from across the world.

Havasu Falls, Grand Canyon, Arizona, United States 

The Havasu Falls is a mesmerizing waterfall situated in the Grand Canyon in the Arizona State of U.S. The waterfalls here created a natural swimming pool where you can swim and relax.

Havasu Falls is one of the most beautiful tourist places located near the Grand Canyon. The vivid coloration of the water and beautiful natural pools located amidst spectacular red rocks make it a surreal attraction. The vivacious blue-green coloration of water is because of the dense concentration of calcium carbonate. You can visit this place any time of the year because of its pleasant weather which remains between 21 and 25 degree Celsius throughout the year.

Hamilton Pool Preserve, Texas, U.S

Hamilton Pool is a stunning natural, emerald green swimming pool situated in Austin city of Texas State. 

The Hamilton pool is one of the favorite summer swimming destinations for Americans along with tourists from across the globe. This astonishing natural swimming pool is sited within 232 acres of protected area in Austin city of Texas State. The amazing thing about the Hamilton pool is its mesmerizing green water which is encircled by huge limestone slabs. A small waterfall tumbles from the limestone roofs which add a lot to the beauty of this place. Apart from the natural swimming pool, there are many more things to enjoy here as you can spot several rare birds and plants near the pool.

Pamukkale Thermal Pools, Turkey

Located in the Denizli Province of Southwestern Turkey, the Pamukkale thermal pools are one of the most famous tourist spots in this part of Turkey. 

There are 17 hot springs in total in the 1.7-mile-long natural site known as the Pamukkale thermal pools. In the Turkish language, the word Pamukkale means cotton castle, and as the name suggests the limestone walls of the Pamukkale make this place look like a cotton castle. This area is well-known for a group of beautiful hot springs and Travertines. This place is very famous and most of the tourists visiting Turkey visit this place to swim and relax in the stunning thermal pools located here. This place has been used as a thermal spa since the 2nd century B.C. These pools are rich in various kinds of minerals which help in curing many skin-related ailments.

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