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The 10 Most Beautiful Lakes in the World | #MacroTraveller

You can find beautiful lakes all over the world, but which ones are the most beautiful? Which lakes should you have ever seen in your life? We have collected them for you: these are the ten most beautiful lakes in the world!

  1. Lake Titicaca – Peru and Bolivia 

On the border of Peru and Bolivia, with the snow-capped peaks of the Cordillera Real in the background, Lake Titicaca – at 3812 meters above sea level – is the highest navigable lake in the world. Many travelers cross the border here from Peru to Bolivia or vice versa. Lake Titicaca is especially famous for the Uros islands: houses that float on handmade thatched platforms. It is an impressive lake, surrounded by the high peaks of the Andes.

  1. Peyto Lake – Canada 

Canada has so many beautiful mountain lakes that it is almost impossible to choose the most beautiful lake. Peyto Lake undoubtedly belongs to the top and certainly in the summer months. Then the water of this lake colors emerald green. When you are driving the Icefields Parkway, you can turn to a viewpoint for a view of this special place.

  1. Lake McKenzie – Australia 

Lake McKenzie is a lake on Fraser Island, an island off the east coast of Australia. Fraser Island is unique because it is the largest sand island in the world: 98 percent of the island consists of sand. And in the midst of all that sand, you will find some beautiful lakes, including Lake McKenzie. A beautiful, heavenly place with white sand and the most transparent water you have ever seen.

  1. Lake Annecy – France 

France also has beautiful lakes, of which Lake Annecy is the most beautiful. Annecy is a tourist attraction in summer, but it will not get too crowded soon. You can also do everything on the water. You can swim there, but also rent a boat or surfboard. If you do not want to go out on the water yourself, you can also make around on the bike around Lake Annecy, a round of 38 kilometers.

  1. The Dead Sea – Jordan and Israel 

Although many people think that the Dead Sea is a sea, it is a lake. And a fantastic lake: the lowest lake in the world. It lies between Jordan, Israel and the West Bank. The Dead Sea is gigantic, an area of ​​no less than 1020 km². What is so special is that you keep floating on the water. This has to do with the high concentration of minerals in the water (which is also very good for your skin) Certainly do: rub yourself with mud from the Dead Sea and float around on the salt water.

  1. Lake Tekapo – New Zealand 

Lake Tekapo is one of the clearest lakes you will ever see. In the spring, the most beautiful lake in New Zealand is at its most beautiful when the whole environment is in bloom. From here you have a beautiful view of Mount Cook, with 3,724 meters the highest mountain in New Zealand. Lake Tekapo is also such a place that has virtually no light pollution, and so is the best thing you can do to get your alarm clock off in the middle of the night and enjoy one of the most beautiful star skies you will ever see from the tailgate of your camper.

  1. Lake Baikal – Siberia 

One of the highlights of Russia – which you can discover during the Trans Siberian Express – is Lake Baikal. It is located in the south of Siberia and is a lake with a few impressive features. It is a gigantic body of water over a length of 640 kilometers and in some places 80 kilometers wide. Regarding the surface area, the lake is, therefore, larger than, for example, Belgium. It is also the deepest lake in the world and is protected by UNESCO. The nature around it is fickle and different in every season, but you always have a panoramic view over the water.

  1. Lake of Bled – Slovenia 

Lake Bled in Slovenia should not be missed in a list of the most beautiful lakes in the world. It is located in the north-west of Slovenia, not far from the borders with Italy and Austria. The environment is gorgeous: greener than green and mountainous. This place is also called one of the most romantic places in Europe, and that is because in the middle of the water there is a small island with a fairytale-like church. Blejski Otok is officially called the island but is also called Bled Island. With a boat, you can sail there. When you see the green surroundings of forests and rocks, you feel the romance, and you immediately understand why so many couples marry here.

  1. Plitvice lakes – Croatia 

Plitvice Lakes are in Croatia, one of the most beautiful places in the country. This national park is one big water paradise with lakes, caves, streams, and waterfalls. There are no fewer than 16 lakes and nearly 100 waterfalls to admire. It makes Plitvice Lakes one of the must-sees in Croatia, such a place where you once must have been.

  1. Lake Nakuru – Kenya 

Maybe you’ve seen pictures of this lake: thousands of flamingos on the banks of a river. It is Lake Nakuru in Kenya, which is also called the flamingo. It depends on how high the water is, how many flamingos come to this place, but that can sometimes see almost a million. Apart from the flamingos, there is much more to see around Lake Nakuru if you are lucky you can even spot rhinos, lions or buffalo here.

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  1. Am amazed by the dead sea and the fact that it is the lowest lake in the world. Nature is really amazing, the deepest lake in Africa known as Lake Bunyonyi in Uganda has one of the most spectacular views too yet even the lowest lake in the world is too beautiful. lake Nakuru in Kenya and the flamingos are too amazing, i wish to see these pink flamingos physically one time.

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