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Sport Do you already know these 9 fantastic water spots?

00:51  29 may  2020
00:51  29 may  2020 Source:   travelbook.de

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If we are not allowed to travel, then it should at least be allowed to dream a little into the distance. The inspiration for this is a new photo book by "Lonely Planet", which shows fantastic water spots around the world. You can see the most beautiful of them here.

To Sua Ocean Trench © Getty Images To Sua Ocean Trench

The "Lonely Planet" shows in its book "Joys of Water", which will be published on April 1st, a total of 68 water spots around the world, including natural pools, volcanic lakes and beaches with fantastic turquoise sea. What they all have in common: you can visit them and bathe, snorkel, go boating or simply observe their beauty from afar.

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One of these “water experiences”, as they are also called in the book, is the To Sua Ocean Trench on the South Pacific island of Samoa (see large photo above). The bathing lake is hidden in a deep ditch, surrounded by dense green plants. If you want to immerse yourself in the deep turquoise water, you can go down via an approximately 30 meter long staircase. Even if the visit costs 6.50 euros entry, it is absolutely worth it.

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