There are 22 off the beaten path places tagged water wonders:

Villa Epecuen - the place consumed by mother nature

If you want to see some South American apocalyptic scenery, Villa Epecuen is your destination. A thriving resort in the past, it was consumed by the salty waters of the nearby lake in 1985 and…

Boga lake

Boga lake, Bangladesh, is a majestic crystal clear body of water, surrounded by the three highest peaks of the country, massive rocks, bamboo bush and mystical stories. It is believed to be created…
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Port Royal - the sunken pirate Babylon

Port Royal, Jamaica, was the pirate Babylon of the 17th century, supported by the British and governed by the infamous Henry Morgan. After the earthquake in 1692, the city sank to the bottom of the…

Devil's Swimming Pool

Devil's Swimming Pool in Zambia is a natural pool at the edge of Victoria Falls, where you can take a swim and have a unique view of Victoria Falls without worrying about being swept over from the…
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Lake Bled with its medieval castle

Lake Bled, its' castle and church have been an iconic landmark among travelers for a long time, due to its fairy-tale surroundings, medieval atmosphere and utter beauty both in summer and winter.

The perennial Rain of Fish in Yoro

Rain of fish, or Lluvia de Peces, in Yoro is no news to the locals - every year the puddles and the marshy valleys are filled with thousands of live fish, and there is still no working scientific…

Nõiakaev - the Witch's Well of Tuhala

The Witch's Well in Tuhala, or Nõiakaev, is an Estonian wonder, which turns into geyser every now and then. Back in the day the well's weird behavior was attributed to the witches splashing around in…

Azure waters of Rio Celeste

Rio Celeste in Tenorio Volcano National Park of Costa Rica is a natural wonder due to its beautiful azure color, which is created by a physical phenomenon called Mie scattering. The river is located…

Beijing Tap Water Museum

Beijing Tap Water Museum tells the history of water supply development from 1908 to this day. In the waning days of Qing Dynasty, the landlocked city had to rely on wells and rivers to get water,…
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