The Sacred Cenote at Chichen Itza, Yucatan, Mexico
A cenote is a natural pit, or sinkhole. This cenote is on the site of a pre-Columbian Mayan archaeological site of Chichen Itza in Mexico. The use of it was exclusively sacrificial and ceremonial but has now become a beautiful place to visit & take a very refreshing and magical swim.
Kayangan Lake, Coron islands, Palawan, Philippines
Considered one of the cleanest and clearest lakes in Asia, Kayangan Lake is located on Coron Island in the Phillippines.
Cathedral Cove, New Zealand
A majestic part of New Zealand, named by many as one of the most picturesque spots, Cathedral Cove is a gigantic arched cavern passing through a white rock headland that joins two secluded coves.
Hang Son Doong, Vietnam
Dubbed as the third largest cave in the world, permits are required to access this incredible cave and only 500 permits were issued for the 2015 season! Super exclusive.
McWay Falls, California
An 80-foot waterfall located in Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park that flows year-round. It looks incredible!
Port Campbell National Park, Melbourne
This 4,300-acre national park features amazing cliffs overlooking offshore islets, rock stacks, gorges, arches, and blow-holes.
Rio Soca, Slovenia
An 86 mile long river that flows through western Slovenia and Northern Italy. Due to its emerald-green water, the river is marketed as “The Emerald Beauty.”
Fairy Pools, Isle of Skye, Scotland
A gorgeous area of Scotland featuring a stream of waterfalls located in Glen Brittle, a large glen in the south of the Isle of Skye, in Scotland.
Pink Lake, Australia
A salt lake in Western Australia, Pink Lake is not always pink but the color of the water changes as a result of green algae and high concentration of prawn. Either way, it’s really cool and we’re dying to go check it out.
These hot springs and travertines create terraces of carbonate minerals left by the flowing water. People have bathed in its pools for thousands of years!