Blue is known as one of the most popular colors across the world. Waterbodies have the color blue in them, but multiple factors affect how a water body looks, be it a vast ocean, lake, or stream. Here is a list of 5 places where the bluest water can be found around the world.
5. The Maldives
This is a small country in South Asia, between Sri Lanka and India, and located along the Indian Ocean. Having around 1,189 islands, Maldives is known for its natural and beautiful environment, including crystal clear blue water, white beaches, and its sense of paradise. This unique island, surrounded by crystal clear waters, is home to more than a thousand tourists visiting annually. Due to its bright and eye-catching features, the Maldives is a place you should visit.
4. Palawan, Philippines
Ranked amongst the best places in the world to visit, Palawan is located in the Philippines in the region of Mimaropa. With a clear blue sky and crystal-clear waters, the island possesses possibly the bluest water on earth. Consisting of about 1,779 islands, Palawan is famously known for its unique festivals, such as the Balayong festival. Its surrounding landscape is ideal for hiking. However, one cannot forget the dazzling blue oceanic features of the archipelagic territory. Palawan is a place you should visit if you are looking for fun and adventure.
3. Ambergris Caye, Belize
Ambergris Caye is the largest island in Belize. Located in the northeast of the country and along the Caribbean Sea. This island is commonly known as “Isla Bonita,” which translates into English as “The Beautiful Island.” The island is a beautiful tourist site known for its sand-filled beaches and blue waters. It has a long list of fun tourist activities like floating on the Caribbean Sea at the Palapa Bar or venturing on an easy bowling competition on the beach. Ambergris is not only home to the bluest water but also an exciting place to be.
2. Exuma, Bahamas
Exuma is a region of the Bahamas consisting of over 364 islands. These islands are known as Cays. Famous for the Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park, its sapphire blue water and marine environment, it is host to the bluest water and home is to the world-famous swimming pigs, and yes, the pigs can swim. The island host, a lot of fun-filled activities like scuba diving, swimming with the fishes, or just laying back to relax while sipping on a cool glass of wine. Exuma is a place everyone should visit.
1. Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia
Located in central Croatia, the park is one of Croatia’s oldest. This lake records a figure of almost 1 million visiting tourists per year. Plitvice Lake Park is the most popular site attraction in Croatia. Its most attractive feature is the linking chain of 16 fresh flowing lakes, joined by a waterfall that leads to a limestone canyon and has a fantastic look all round the year.
So there you have it; 5 places with the bluest water on earth. If you are thinking about traveling, any of these destinations will certainly be worth your while.