Day: March 14, 2015

10 Spots With the Clearest Waters in the World

March 14, 2015 How many times have you visited a beach or a lake, only to be tragically disappointed by the murkiness of the water? Sure, you could go for a swim in there if you really wanted, but there’s no way of knowing if whatever brushed your leg was seaweed, a bug-eyed aquatic beast, or a creepy, middle-aged guy with snorkeling gear. It’s just not worth the risk. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could actually SEE what’s beneath you? Well, you’re in luck, because each of these 10 places has water that’s so clear, it’s pretty much equivalent to swimming inside a Poland Spring bottle. Or a Fiji bottle, if you’re super fancy. Laghi de Fusine Italy This serene pair of glacial lakes is located about a mile from the Italian/Slovenian border, and while they’re both remarkably clear, it’s the larger of the two that draws the most tourist action. The water here’s generally way too cold for swimming, but you can still get an up-close look at the what’s under the surface …