Whether you’re looking for an adventure or just a casual dip, this list of 10 amazing pools is sure to get your wanderlust firing. Take a look at our list of 10 pools you have to swim in at least once, and let us know in the comments section below which pool is your favorite. Happy travels!

10. Zwembalkons Hotel in Mumbai, India

 Zwembalkons Hotel in Mumbai, India


This hotel in the heart of India offers one of the most interesting balconies in the world which is also a 6 foot deep pool.


9. Infinity pool in Singapore at Marina Bay Sands Resort

Infinity pool


On top of this 60 story building is one of the most beautifully designed pools in the world. The water looks as though you’re about to flow right off the building and it offers a stunning view of the beautiful city.


8. Banjaran hotsprings, Malaysia

 The Banjaran Hotsprings Retreat, 1 Persiaran Lagun Sunway 3, Ipoh, Perak Darul Ridzuan, Malaysia (00 60 5 210 7839; www.thebanjaran.com)


This lovely resort offers some pretty amazing sights of the tranquil forest and has some amazing hot springs you can sit back and relax in.


7. The San Alfonso del Mar Seawater Pool in Algarrobo, Chile

 Swim in the world's biggest swimming pool. Don't forget your goggles. Where? San Alfonso del Mar Resort, Chile #beforeyoureboring #bucketlist #dieselbucketlist


Standing about 1 kilometer long this pool is the largest in the world. Holding 66 million  gallons this private resort in Chile invested nearly 2 billion dollars in this massive project. Visitors can swim to the many trampolines and attractions in this pool or even take a sail boat ride through the kilometer of water.


6. Sanctuary Swala pool in Tanzania, Africa.

 THE INFINITY POOL AT SANCTUARY SWALA, Tanzania, Africa  What You’ll See: Located in the Tarangire National Park, this infinity pool sits directly in front of a watering hole where lions, leopards, and resident elephants frequent for refreshments among the baobab trees.


Deep in the Tarangire National Park, the Sanctuary Swala really is a wonderful sanctuary. Home to some big game, guests can view the African wildlife from the resort’s small but quaint pool. Relax and watch as elephants, lions, antelope and tons of other African wildlife roam the Savannah.


5. Pool at Boucan by Hotel Chocolat in St. Lucia

 #Zero #Edge #Pool at Boucan by Hotel Chocolat in St. Lucia | @GuessQuest travel collection


This pool offers a spectacular view of the jungles and mountains of St. Lucia while relaxing in the water. Visitors will get a great view of the Piton volcanos and a relaxing stay at this resort.


4. Ik Kil in Mexico


Beautiful Places World - Ik Kil Cenote- Yucatán, Mexico


Located in Chichen Itza, Mexico this natural pool is located 85 feet below ground level and is a major tourist site. With aqua blue waters and long hanging vines this hidden gem is a sight not to be missed.


3. Blue Lagoon Geothermal Resort pool in Grindavík, Iceland


Blue Lagoon, Iceland. The Blue Lagoon in Reykjavik, Iceland is a naturally heated pool of mineral-rich seawater that’s usually anywhere between 98-102 degrees. Visitors can slather themselves in white, silica-based mud and soak while taking in the views of the lava field it’s located in.


One of the most visited attractions in all of Iceland, the Blue Lagoon offers nice warm waters to all of its visitors. It’s been known to cure people of psoriasis and is one of the most  popular tour destinations in Iceland.


2. Pamukkale Thermal Pools in Turkey


hot springs iceland



People have been bathing in these Turkish pools for 1000’s of years. Located in Southwestern Turkey, these 17 hot springs have been a major tourist attraction in its cold environment.


1. Devils Pool in Zambia

 devils pool girl


Undoubtedly one of the coolest pictures you can snap, Devils pool on the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe is a natural pool at the top of Victoria Falls that people have been swimming in for years. It looks as though you could take a large tumble off the waterfall at first glance but this pool has a natural blockade on its edge allowing people to comfortably swim in this terrifying pond.



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Originally from Vancouver Canada, Justin has been traveling the world extensively for the past decade. He's conquered the tallest bungee jump in the world (Bloukrans Bridge, South Africa), sky-dived in Miami, white-water rafted the Pacuare River in Costa Rica, chased the Northern Lights by dog sled in Northern Norway, and game trekked in the Masai Mara.
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