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Who wants artificially created and primped up swimming pools when nature has such amazing natural swimming pools? Natural phenomenon across the world has led to the formation of these stunning water bodies in the middle of nature.

Which are these places that are known for their natural spring waters where visitors can enjoy a relaxing and rejuvenating dip? Here is a list of 13 stunning natural swimming pools that will make you forget about the man-made pools in upscale resorts.

Tu Sua Ocean Trench, Samoa

Tu Sua Ocean Trench in Samoa is a natural 30 meters deep hole that lies inside Lotofaga in a Samoan Island village called Upalu. The massive natural hole, referred to as To Sua Ocean Trench, is a huge attraction for tourists, in addition to the local beaches.

Use the ladder given here before beginning your swimming sessions. The best time to visit is from May to November, when it’s a relatively dry season.  Click On the Next Button to See Next.

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23 COMMENTS

  1. Geese. You missed Ojo Calente , on 285, between Santa Fe and Taos. It’s so great. Five different mineral hot springs. Bought from the Native Americans in 1939. Main lodge house still in use. You MUST GO. It’s sooooo relaxing. Spend two nights and renew yourself. Then go to Santa Fe and enjoy the art.

    • Hello Ruth!
      I think your suggestion sounds wonderful. In fact, we are discovering that the article should have included more than 13. I will try to keep your spot in mind if the folks in charge ever ask me to write a sequel. Thanks for your support and for reading my stuff!

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  3. I love the different fall & pools but,you need to come to florida.We have over a 1000 springs.Florida may very be the largest spring system in the world.I live 6 miles north of itchetucknee springs state park.The crystall clear stream has 100s of springs from large to small.

    • Hi!
      Yes, I have been to Florida but not to that state park. While your state park might not appear on this list, if you search our website you will see Florida is represented pretty well elsewhere. If it is any help, I do not generally choose the places and things that make the lists. I simply wrote about the ones that do. Thanks for your comment and thanks for reading my stuff!

  4. Aruba’s natural pool on the Atlantic side of the island has always been our favorite! Wish I could insert a picture:)

    • Hi!
      Yes, every one has their favorites. As always, we are limited on word count though so sometimes not everyone’s fave makes it into the published article. I believe I have written about it previously somewhere else though for sure. Thanks for your comment and thanks for your support!

    • Hi!
      At this point I would suggest you check out my article regarding COID restrictions before making any immediate plans. Plus, you need to consider what you like to do as well and how much money you have to spend. Thanks or your question.

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