Have you ever seen this kind of crystal clear oceans ever?
No other joy gives a fascinating feeling when it comes to travel the prospect of slithering into crystal clear ocean and as we can see that many places including oceans and rivers suffers from the effect of junk and pollution , but take a breath to listen that there is do remain some places which remain unscathed. Do you want to hear the name of the name of the place where still remain a crystal clear water than the name is New Zealand’s Blue spring where water takes uo to 100 years to filter through the ground and emerges as some of the purest on earth. Or the incredible Sua Ocean Trench on the volcanic Upolu island in Samoa, a 98-foot deep hole with steps leading down to a platform from which swimmers can leap into the crystal clear grotto.
An elephant swimming at Havelock Island, located in India’s Bay of Bengal, in waters so clean the detail seen is astounding.
Icebergs melt on a midsummer night at Jökulsárlón in Iceland, looming over glassy water which reveals every single pebble.Pictured (left) an underwater shot of Switzerland’s legendary Verzasca River and (right) a diver reaches 18-feet underwater in Australia’s Piccaninnie Chasm.
The luxury Azura resort on Mozambique’s private Benguerra island, world-renowned for its high-visibility turquoise ocean.
The Cayman Islands’ most famous attraction, Stingray City and the nearby shallows know as the Sandbar, provide the only natural opportunity to swim with Atlantic Southern Stingrays.
A long-tail boat on Thailand’s Ko Kradan island in the pristine Trang Archipelago, surrounded by the beautiful Andaman Sea.
The mouthwash-blue Peyto Lake at Canada’s Banff National Park, an exceptionally pure body of water which gets its colour from the glacier rock flour that flows into it during the summer months.
The dreamy Moorea Lagoon Resort in French Polynesia, in which stones on the seabed can be seen from a great distance.
Lampedusa, the largest of the Italian Pelagie Islands, beloved by swimmers for its ultra-clean and notably calm blue ocean.
Pianosa, an abandoned island in Tuscany which used to be a jail colony and is now a place to gawp at its untouched sea.