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32 unique places to go dipping

Writing about travel means that I am constantly bombarded with devastatingly gorgeous destinations. Places which break my heart because I can’t visit them all at once, and places that most probably will also break my bank account. While conducting some super serious research I stumbled across these 32 pure gems on Instagram, that will fit quite nicely on your bucket list. As the idea behind each and every post on this blog is to inspire, inform and delight, here are some unique places to swim around the globe. From stunning natural pools, to the largest man-made swimming pool in the world, dive head first into the list now. You’re welcome.

1. Grotta della Poesia, Roca, Italy

2. Los Túneles, Isabela Island, Galapagos, Ecuador

3. Grutas Tolantongo, San Cristobal, Hidalgo, Mexico

4. Devil’s Pool, Victoria Falls, Zambia

5. To Sua Ocean Trench, Samoa

6. The Red Pool at The Library, Koh Samui, Thailand

The red pool ? #thelibrarykohsamui #samuithailand

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7. Hierve el Agua, Oaxaca, Mexico

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8. The Azure Window, Malta

9. Natural Pools of Kloti, Istria, Croatia

10. Coron, Palawan, The Philippines

Diving into paradise?

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11. Silk Caye, Belize

12. Poço Azul, Riachão, Brazil

?⬆⬆Incrível! #lembrancadessasupervisita #poçoazul #chapadadiamantina

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13. Magpupungko Tidal and Rock Pool, Siargao Island, The Philippines

14. Pousada Caju Bangalôs, Praia do Macapá, Brazil

15. Pantelleria, Strait of Sicily, Italy

16. Erawan National Park, Kanchanaburi, Thailand

17. Jalapão State Park, Tocantins, Brazil

It doesn't seem, but it's natural.. It's Brazil.

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18. Lake Atitlán, Guatemala

19. Calanque du Sugiton, Marseille, France

20. Sugba Lagoon, Siargao Island, The Philippines

21. Itacaré, Bahia, Brazil

22. Lagunas Escondidas, San Pedro de Atacama, Chile

23. Cenote Jardin del Eden, Quintana Roo, Mexico

Went swimming at my favorite Cenote today, Cenote Eden, so did everyone else…

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24. La Maddalena, Northern Sardinia, Italy

25. Nanda Blue Hole, Espiritu Santo, Vanuatu

Sweet day with the team!

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26. Cummins Falls State Park, Tennessee, United States

27. Conchi, Natural Pool Aruba

28. Giola, Thassos, Greece

#giolathassos

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29. San Alfonso del Mar, Algarrobo, Chile (the world’s largest swimming pool)

30. The Lagoons at Semuc Champey, Guatemala

31. Cajones de Chame, Panama

Finally made it here! #cajonesdechame #visitpanama #panama #ptylife

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32. Bon Bon Beach, Romblon, The Philippines

Enjoying my stay in paradise | Bonbon Beach, Romblon.

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