Tosua-Ocean-Trench

World’s Most Incredible Swimming Pools

Victoria Falls ( The Devil’s Pool)

Victoria falls is a waterfall in Sothern Africa on the Zambezi River at the border of Zamibia and Zimbabwe. Victoria falls is twice the height of Niagara Falls and largest waterfall in the world. While not being the highest and widest waterfall in the world, Victoria fall is considered as the most beautifull waterfall in the world.

Victoria all also called as Smoke that thunders by local tribes. It allows people to swim very close to the edge, with a natural stone wall preventing them from falling 360 feet but still every year a person die by falling.

To Sua Ocean Trench – Lalomanu, Upolu, Samoa

To Sua Ocean Trench (To Sua actually means Gigantic Swimming Hole) is a swimming spot located in Lotofaga village, on the south coast of Upolu Island in Samoa. It is believed that its origins date from a time when volcanoes erupted and covered nearby shores with lava. It is about 30 meters down from the ground level and connects with the ocean through underground canals. One must climb down a long ladder to the natural pool.

Many people scared to go down, but those who do, describe swimming here is a fantastic experience. Crystal clean water, a smooth white sandy bottom, tropical fishes and water droplets falling from the overhanging arches.

Marieta Islands, Mexico

Marieta Islands

Giola, Thassos, Greece

Giola, Thassos, Greece

Ik Kil, Cenote, Mexico

Ik Kil, Cenote, Mexico
Ik Kil, Cenote, Mexico


Havasu Falls  Arizona, United States

Havasu Falls  Arizona, United States
Havasu Falls  Arizona, United States


Kuang Si Falls  Luang Prabang, Laos


Blue Lagoon – Grindavik, Iceland


The Grotto – Ontario


Fairy Pools, Scotland


Hinatuan River – Philippines


Hamilton Pool – Austin


Erawan Falls


Little River Canyon, Alabama