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    This is in Mexico - Chitzen Itza - which is one of the Mayan Ruins.

    Southern Tuscany, Italy! WOW! I have to go here one day

    Jacob’s Well, Texas This is one of Texas’ longest underwater caves. It’s also an artesanal spring that pumps thousands of gallons of water per minute. It used to be a sacred meeting place for Native Americans, and in recent times it has become one of the most beloved swimming holes in Texas.

    Cape Point, South Africa Where the Indian and Atlantic Ocean meet. Amazing!

    I have no Idea where this is but its amazing

    La Gruta, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

    under water museum of statues Cacun, Mexico

    Amazing Snaps: Underwater Roller Coaster in Japan! So cool!

    Saint Lucia

    Natural Swimming Hole, Adriatic Sea, Roca Vecchia, Italy

    Secrets Maroma -- take me now!

    Wild swimming in France. This roundup of secret swimming holes has me yearning for summer...again.

    Lake McDonald, Montana, USA | Lake McDonald is the largest lake in Glacier National Park. Its vast blanket of stone and pebble, hint at an ancient and enduring story of erosion and change. These rocks are made up of primarily clay, a sedimentary rock referred to as “Argillite". Their striking color comes from the small amount of iron in their composition.

    Swimming with the dolphins

    New Years

    Cenote Ik Kil, outside of Pisté, in the Municipality of Tinúm, Yucatán, Mexico.

    now that's amazing ♥

    Chichen Itza

    Marieta Islands @ Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

    Cenote in the Yucatan Peninsula / Unknown