As the weather heats up, the time has come to find your favorite refreshing watering hole. Well, you’re in luck because we found you the best natural swimming pools. Get out of the summer heat and immerse yourself in these cool fresh waters. You will not regret it!
Refugio Frey, Argentine Andes
Go for a refreshing lake swim at Refugio Frey in the Argentine Andes. Even though the water is pretty icy in the winter, during the summer months the lake is the perfect temperature for swimming. The invigorating experience of jumping into the water is made even better by the fact that you are surrounded by the breathtaking view of the Andes mountains.
La Promesa Waterfall, Costa Rica
After a hot hike through the Bajos del Toro Cloud Forest, there is nothing better than cooling off at the La Promesa waterfall. Known as one of the safer waterfalls, swimming in the falls is still exhilarating and intense. After swimming in the La Promesa Waterfalls, dry off and head over to the Bajos del Toro waterfall, just ten minutes away. The Bajos del Toro waterfall is one of Costa Rica’s highest falls at a staggering 300 feet.
Qualicum Beach, Vancouver Island
If you are looking for fresh water and a beach with an incredible view, you can’t beat Qualicum Beach on Vancouver Island. It’s the perfect place for the family to vacation. Soak up the lazy days on the beach while the kids swim and snorkel in the water. The killer view of the Strait of Georgia and the Coast Mountain Range from the beach is absolutely magnificent!
Erskine Creek, Australia
Sydney, Australia is known for its natural swimming pools, but this special spot at Erskine Creek takes the cake. You can find Erskine Creek on the Jack Evans Track in the Great Blue Mountains. The sandy beach is perfect for camping, and when the weather gets a little too hot, take a dip in the 200-meter pool.