Senegal's Lake Retba, or as the French refer to it Lac Rose: harmless halophilic bacteria make the water pink. Lake Retba has a high salt content, much like that of the Dead Sea, allowing people to float effortlessly in the massive pink water.
The Goðafoss (Waterfall of the Gods) is one of the most spectacular waterfalls in Iceland. It is located in the Mývatn district of North-Central Iceland at the beginning of the Sprengisandur highland road.
The pink and lovely. Hiller Lake (Western Australia) Its startling color remains a mystery and while scientists have proven it’s not due to the presence of algae, unlike the other salt lakes down under, they still can’t explain why it’s pink.
Glass igloos in Finland to sleep under the northern lights. Hotel Kakslauttanen's Igloo Village in northern Lapland. Their 20 glass igloos have thermal panes that keep the digs warm and prevent frosting.
place i'll go: Austria's Green Lake in the Hochschwab Mountains is a hiking trail in the winter. The snow melts in early summer and creates a completely clear lake. The lake has a grassy bottom, complete with underwater trails, park benches, and bridges.
Nautilus Undersea Suite at The Poseidon Resort, Fiji. Normally I don't post stuff like this, but wow. this is officially my dream vacation spot. I could spend hours lying in bed watching the fish swim by!
As manatees can’t survive in water below 60 degrees, they migrate to Kings Bay and the adjacent rivers every winter, which are an average 72 degrees all year round. Crystal River is 70 miles north of Tampa, the epicenter of manatee-watching.