7 Wonderful Lakes That Will Fascinate You
Today we are going to talk about Wonderful Lake that will fascinate you. They are Lake Bacalar, Mexico, Lake Baikal, Russia, Laguna Colorada, Bolivia, Lake Atitlán, Guatemala etc.
There are many wonderful lakes in the world. There are about 116 million lakes in the world. These lakes cover about 4 percent of the earth's surface. Lake Baikal in Siberia contains more than 20 percent of the world's water. The waters of this lake are very fresh.
This lake is the deepest lake in the world, with a depth of about 3693 feet. There are many lakes from Baikal Lake in Siberia to Bolivia's Red Lagoon Laguna Colorado that will make you fascinated by their beauty. Today we have arranged this article with some of the most beautiful and wonderful lakes in the world.
Lake Bacalar, Mexico
This lake is located south of Quintana Roo, near the Belize border. Nice turquoise and aquamarine green and white limestone bottoms will make you feel like you are traveling to a Caribbean region. Surrounded by dense jungle and Mayan archeological sites, this lake of 7 shades of blue color is very nice for snorkeling, kayaking and swimming. You should take a diving trip to Cenote Azul at least once in your whole life. This is very wonderful lake.
Lake Baikal, Russia
Looking at this lake in southern Siberia, it seems that it is not a lake on Earth, it is a wonderful lake on another planet. When the water in the lake freezes in winter, cracks form in the ice and methane bubbles come out through those cracks. It looks like you're walking in the air. You can see 130 feet below the surface in summer. Water flows into this lake from the Siberian Mountains.
These waters are very clear. The lake is 25 million years old and is known as the oldest lake in the world. It is also known as the deepest lake in the world. This lake is known as the Galapagos of Russia because it produces the most unusual freshwater faunas in the world.
Laguna Colorada, Bolivia
This Latin American lake takes 3 hours to reach from San Pedro de Atacama in Chile. This lake is shallow and its water is saline. This lake is very reddish in color. It looks like this because of the bright light scattering of the white pool made up of borax. But folklore is another matter. According to folklore, the color of the lake has changed due to the blood of the gods. Famous flamingos flock here to eat the plankton that grows in this lagoon.
Lake Atitlán, Guatemala
This wonderful lake has many legends. The lake is surrounded by hills, volcanoes and ancient Mayan villages. It is said that those who believe in spirituality used to come here for the communication of nature with their souls. The color of this lake changes from time to time. Sometimes green and sometimes dark blue. It is located at an altitude of 4900 feet above sea level.
The lake is surrounded by the Three Giants, the famous Atitlán, Tolimán, and San Pedro volcanoes. This lake has excellent hiking opportunities. Also different types of birds can be seen here. The most interesting thing about this lake is the various folk tales. According to some Mayan legends, the earth was born from this lake. Another popular legend is that there is a sinking secret city at the bottom of this lake.
Crater Lake, Oregon
This lake is the most wonderful lake in the United States. The lake is also the deepest lake in the United States. Its depth is about 1949 feet. It is a 4 hour long drive from Portland. This lake looks blue because of the glaciers. The lake was formed about 7700 years ago after the fall of Mount Majama volcano.
Lake Kawaguchiko, Japan
Kaguaguchiko is one of the five lakes in Fuji. From here you can enjoy the magnificent view of the snow-capped Mount Fuji. The cherry blossom season will fascinate you in April and mid-September in the autumn. Visitors can enjoy the hot spring bath. This lake is wonderfully calm. This wonderful lake’s glass-like water also reflects the mountains nicely.
Moraine Lake, Canada
The beauty of Moraine Lake is world famous. This wonderful lake is located in the village of Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada. The lake is located at an altitude of 6183 feet in the valley of Ten Peaks. Anyone who sees the glaciers, mountains and wonderful blue color of this lake is bound to be overwhelmed.
This view made up of everything is known as Twenty Dollar View. Because pictures of the lake were printed on Canadian Twenty-dollar bills issued in 1969 and 1979. This lake is very popular for hiking and photography.