Today we continue with the most spectacular natural pools in the world (Part II):
In Greenland, we can enjoy a peaceful spa whose springs reach temperatures of 38 º C, surrounded by icebergs and towering snow-capped mountains as a backdrop. This spot is located in Unartoq island.
Iceland is the only place where the division of the tectonic plates of Eurasia and America is visible above the ocean surface. This gap, known as Silfra is full of clear waters, allowing snorkelling and diving. It is located in the Thingvellir National Park.
The Verzasca River, which flows between the mountains of Switzerland, it known for its turquoise waters. In some sections, the depth can reach 10 meters, making it suitable for swimming and diving. All this in a charming environment.
Australia houses some of the most pristine natural pools in the world, as the Mackenzie, the Basin, the Garowongera, the Benaroon or Boomanjin, all in the beautiful Fraser Island, the largest sand island in the world.
In the Caribbean island of Aruba, there is a beautiful natural pool known as Cura di Tortuga. To get to it you will have to go through the most rugged terrain of the island. A real find!