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12 beaches with crystal clear water

Must go!!!! Priorities: Sardinia, Italy; Minorca Spain; Boracay, Philippines; Fernando do Nornhan Brazil

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Nanda Blue Hole, Vanuatu. One of the world's most amazing swimming holes featured on Spot Cool Stuff's travel blog:

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12 gorgeous natural swimming pools we should all have on our bucket lists:

Lafayette Blue Springs State Park is a natural spring / swimming hole and great place for a day out in Florida. Description from I searched for this on

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Hayman Island Resort Pool Bar, Australia Located off the Great Barrier Reef & the size of 7 Olympic-size pools, it's 1 of the largest in the S. Hemisphere. A saltwater main pool surrounds the central, heated freshwater pool & Bar. The pool's so immense that the resort constructed four interconnecting boardwalk bridges (the longest being 165 over the pool water’s surface.

Krause Springs has been called the most beautiful swimming hole in Texas, and we’re not going to argue. Krause Springs is approximately 30 miles west of Austin and camping is only $12 for adults, $6 for kids, so there’s no reason not to check it out! The property has 32 springs and a spring-fed, man-made pool and has been privately owned by the Krause family for over 50 years. The place looks like a magical wonderland with tall trees whose roots are exposed.

It's getting sooooo hot outside and these Texas watering holes are calling my name. #texasforever #kammok #theroolife

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Wild swimming in the UK: 10 top spots

Wild swimming in the UK: 10 top spots The secluded beauty of wild swimming in the UK makes for the perfect alfresco dip – and youre never too far away from great campsites, castles, gardens, pubs and restaurants either

Jellyfish Lake is a marine lake located on Eil Malk island in Palau. Eil Malk is part of the Rock Islands.- Jellyfish Lake is one of Palau's most famous dive (snorkeling only) sites cause these guys don't sting you.