Tourists choke in front of 8 beautiful sparkling lakes

Whether surrounded by mountains or cut through forests, these 8 amazing lakes will make you choke at their shimmering beauty.

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Maligne Lake, Canada

Maligne Lake, Canada
The vast green water of Maligne Lake, surrounded by towering pines and spruce trees, cut through the snowy peaks of Canadian Rockies to create a peaceful, idyllic setting. Located in Jasper National Park, about 400 km west of the city of Edmonton, the lake and surroundings are home to a number of wildlife ranges including black and gray bears, horn deer and eagles.

Wakatipu Lake, New Zealand

Wakatipu Lake, New Zealand
If you like beautiful landscapes and a little adventure, then Wakatipu Lake and Queenstown are for you. Surrounded by mountains and home to many world-famous hiking trails, Wakatipu Lake is a very interesting playground. Guests can choose to ride a yacht or jet plane along the calm water of the lake for an extremely refreshing adventure.

Ohrid Lake, Albania / Macedonia

Ohrid Lake, Albania / Macedonia
If the famous Italian and Swiss lakes become too crowded, the oldest Ohrid lake in Europe is suitable for quiet lovers. Located on the border of Albania and Macedonia, Ohrid Lake is 4 million years old and is a place with many quiet, relaxed and pleasant spaces. This vast freshwater lake is the perfect place for underwater activities. Nothing is more interesting than diving in this clear lake.

Atitlan Lake, Guatemala

Atitlan Lake, Guatemala
Surrounded by 3 high volcanoes on the Guatemala highlands, the clear blue sky and between traditional Maya villages make the Atitlan Lake's charming waters even more poetic. Guests can kayak to Santa Catarina to soak in the hot springs, or try your hand at fishing in the traditional Mayan way in wooden kayaks.

Superior Lake, USA / Canada

Superior Lake, USA / Canada
This lake is much deeper and has a relatively large surface area, surrounded by beautiful and diverse national parks on both sides of the Canadian / North American border. The lake is a paradise for rowers, cyclists and adventure lovers. The best time to visit the lake is in late September and early October that visitors will have the experience of brilliant autumn colors.

Titicaca Lake, Peru / Bolivia

Titicaca Lake, Peru / Bolivia
Located at an altitude of 3,800 m above sea level, the journey to Titicaca Lake is spectacular. You can take a boat to Isla del Sol to explore the islands dotted with Inca ruins, including the maze of Chincana and Pilko Kaina. Titicaca Lake has the best weather between May and November with daytime temperatures below just 20 ° C.

General Carrera Lake, Chile / Argentina

General Carrera Lake, Chile / Argentina
General Carrera Lake is located deep in Patagonia, the border between Argentina and Chile. The lake contains many natural wonders like prominent marble caves in sparkling turquoise water. You can rent a boat with instructions to go along the lake watching Puerto Rio Tranquilo, a small town on the shore or kayaking to admire the marble caves.

Kawaguchi Lake, Japan

Kawaguchi Lake, Japan
The lake features stunning views of Fuji Mount, tranquil waters perfect for fishing and cherry blossoms fluttering in the wind. You can sit on a rowing boat and explore the lake, or walk through the tree-lined Koyo Tunnel to Kachi Kachi Mountain for panoramic views of Fuji Mount and Kawaguchi Lake.

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