There are places in the world with unbelievable Clearest Waters, the best places to do some underwater exploring, and have the best amazing clear images.
Luxury travel nowadays are not just connected with high-end resorts. Eco friendly environments, wild nature and clearest water places are also very much sought.
Cayo Coco, Cuba
A resort island on Cuba’s north coast, Cayo Coco is linked to the mainland by a 27km causeway. The adjacent reef and clear waters have earned international recognition as a dive destination.
Crater Lake, Oregon
Visibility in Crater Lake has been measured at 43.3m, among the highest in the world.
Dog Island, San Blas, Panama
A shot from one of Panama’s San Blas Islands, the largest of the politically autonomous reservations of the Kuna Indians.
Jenny Lake, Wyoming
Jenny Lake sits right below the peak of Grand Teton and is a landmark for many hiking trails, backcountry trails, and climbing routes. Despite the fact that motorboats are allowed on the lake, its waters are still considered “pristine.”
Jiuzhaigou Valley, Sichuan, China
In the north of Sichuan province, the Jiuzhaigou Valley is a national park, nature reserve, and UNESCO World Heritage Site. In addition to several crystal-clear lakes, it’s a region of multi-tiered waterfalls and snowy mountains. Tourism arrived late but is growing strong, and while swimming isn’t allowed…there’s always nighttime skinny dipping.
The 26 atolls that make up the Maldives sit in the Indian Ocean about 400km southwest of the tip of the subcontinent. Abundant reef wildlife (including whale sharks) + incredibly clear waters bring in a lot of tourists.