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10 Of The Most Extraordinary Lakes Across The Globe

Carezza Lake, Italy

Carezza Lake in Bolzano, Italy, is admired for its deep emerald colour, its stillness and its crystal-clear transparency.

Moraine Lake, Banff, Canada

Hike into the Valley of the Ten Peaks to get jaw-dropping views of this stunning turquoise lake.

Lake Powell, Utah, USA

While not technically a lake, this man-made reservoir in the Glen Canyon is a must-see. The second-largest lake in the U.S.

Pehoe Lake, Chile

This stunning lake in Patagonia sits in the Torres del Paine National Park and offers icy, crystalline blue waters set against dramatic mountain peaks.

Lake Tahoe, Nevada, USA

The largest alpine lake in North America is world-renowned for its beauty and non-stop outdoor activity.

Dead Sea, Israel

The famed Dead Sea isn’t actually a sea at all, but a salt lake. At the lowest point on earth, and surrounded by desert

Crater Lake, Oregon, USA

Get mesmerized on a hike in Crater Lake National Park to view this blue beauty surrounded by cliffs, but bring a sweater

Hutt Lagoon, Australia

Just when you thought you’d seen it all: a pink lake! Nestled on Western Australia’s Coral Coast, this lake gets its pink hue from a specific type of algae.

Plitvice Lakes, Croatia

Located in the Plitvice Lake National Park, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Lake Baikal, Siberia

The largest freshwater reserve in the world, this lake attracts people year-round for its breathtaking colour in summer and its incredible icy formations in winter.