The Beauty of The 10 Natural Lakes in The World

Derwentwater lake, England
Derwentwater lake, England

Besides wonderful destinations and landscapes, natural lakes are the best places for visiting recently. Therefore, the post will introduce the beauty of 10 natural lakes in the world.

1 Laguna Colorada lake, Bolivia

Laguna Colorada is a salt mine in Bolivia, located in the national biosphere reserve Eduard o Avaroa Andean and close to the Chilean border. The lake is 10.7 km long and 9.6 km wide, the depth of the lake is 1.5 m. Furthermore, the lake is famous for its distinctive red color made up of algae.

2 Bled Slovenia

Emerald waters, the majestic view of the Julien Alps and the ancient church on an island make Lake Bled one of the most popular destinations in Slovenia. The lake is 2,120 m long, 1,380 m wide and 30.6 m deep. It is a gorgeous lake formed from the ice age.

3 Nakuru Lake, Kenya

Located in the Rift valley of Kenya, Nakuru lake is known for its diverse fauna. There are thousands of lions, leopards, deer, and birds living in this area. Although sea levels have increased over the past few years, the number of flamingos has decreased landscapes are still protected locally. When visiting there, tourists still have the opportunity to observe the natural scene and highlighting the flamingos.

Nakuru Lake, Kenya
Nakuru Lake, Kenya

4 Minnewanka Lake, Canada

Lake Minnewanka is the largest lake in Banff National Park. Moreover, Minnewanka means “lake of souls” in the local language. People living around the lake believe that the spirits have taken refuge here. The ancient Europeans called this place “the lake of evil”. It is famous for outdoor activities such as fishing, canoeing, hiking, scuba diving and camping.

5 Crater Lake, Oregon, The USA

The Crater lake located in the south of Oregon and suited in Crater National Lake attracted by the dark blue color and transparency of the water. This lake has been listed as one of the world’s cleanest and most green lakes because there are no other small bays or canyons. Lake is also famously deepest in the United States and one of the deepest in the world.

Crater Lake, Oregon, The USA
Crater Lake, Oregon, The USA

6 West Lake, Hangzhou. China

West Lake and surrounding areas have been recognized by UNESCO as world cultural heritages since 2011. The organization said the lake “has inspired the famous poets, scholars, and artists from the 9th century”.

7 Loch Duich lake, Scotland

Situated on the plateau near the west coast of Scotland, Loch Duich is probably best known for its ancient castle Eilean Donan built in the 13th century.

8 Baikal Lake, Siberia, Russia

Baikal is the oldest and deepest lake on Earth, with some points reaching a depth of 1.6 km. This is also the only place where freshwater seals live in the world. Whenever the winter comes, the lake turns into a fairy-tale world, with jagged ice caves. The lake is also surrounded by the largest ice skating rink in the world.

Baikal Lake, Siberia, Russia
Baikal Lake, Siberia, Russia

9 Atitlan lake, Guatemala

Surrounded by volcanic and Mayan villages, this tranquil lake is located in the Central Highlands of Guatemala. As a great natural picture, Lake Atitlan is the place where healing can be cured.

10 Derwentwater lake, England

Situated in the north of a national park in England, Derwentwater is surrounded by green hills and has many trails for hiking. When visiting there, you will find out why this area inspires poets such as William Wordsworth, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, and Robert Southey.

Besides these natural lakes, tourists can visit other famous and wonderful destinations in the world. If you need more information for traveling, you can visit Trip Idea to get more.