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BLUEST WATER

Places Where You Can See Bluest Water In The World

Only travellers can understand that they become a new person at the end of each journey. Every tour you take gives you a new perspective on life. So a poet who might have been a frequent traveller once said that her beloved has deep blue eyes like an ocean. Since then the word blue has become a synonym of depth and beauty of a water body. Do you want to feel the same like that poet? If yes, then you must visit these mesmerizing places where you can see the bluest water on earth.

Con Son Island, Vietnam

A short flight from the Ho Chi Minh City there lays a quiet island of Con Son, where times steps back. It was served a political prison during the French colonial era. You can see the turquoise hues in the water on the shore of this island. The impeccable clear water and a long stretch of coastline make it a blue paradise of the East.

Ambergris Caye Island, Belize

Ambergris Caye is not just the largest island of the Belize but also one of the best places, where you can find the azure water meeting quiet shores. The island is the main attraction of the Belize Barrier Reef, which is the second largest Barrier Reef after Australia.

Five Flower Lake, Jiuzhaigou National Park in China

Five Flower Lake is a natural water lake in the valley of Rize in the Jiuzhaigou National Park of Sichuan province in China. It is recognized as a world heritage site by UNESCO. Spread in the area of around 13.8 hectares with clear blue water, this lake is often called a fairyland. This lake contains calcium carbonate and hydrophytes that give it a deep blue reflection.

The Maldives

Maldives is known as the best islands in the world where you can see the bluest water from the shores. The white sand on the beach offers the perfect contrast. One can swim in the bluest water while exploring the coral reef along with the underwater adventure.

Bora Bora, French Polynesia

Bora Bora Island is known for its aqua-centric luxury resorts. The island has a lagoon and a barrier reef. Due to the turquoise color of water, this island is called ‘The Jewel of South Seas.’ The splendor of crystal blue water and the luxurious resorts make it a perfect place for the honeymoon.

Phi Phi Islands, Thailand

Phi Phi Islands are a group of the island between Phuket and Strait of Malacca in Thailand. The waves of the azure seas touch the coast of these islands that makes a breath-taking visual. Witnessing the beauty of perfectly blue water will become a memory of your lifetime.

No photo or video can capture the real beauty of these places. If you want to get drenched in perfectly blue sea waves, you have to be physically present in these places. Allow yourself in the sheer exquisiteness of the turquoise water and visit these places where water is as blue as September sky.

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