1. Melissani Lake, Greece:
Melissani is not only the name of the lake, it is the name of cave as well.
Both the lake and the cave are situated on the eastern coast of Kefalonia, a Greek island. The arch of the cave fell in thousands of years ago, creating a peculiar uneven shape in the middle.
The area is illuminated by beams of sunlight which filter in through the hole, transforming the water to a light blue hue.
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2. Five Colour Pond, China:
This lake situated in the Chinese National Park of Jiuzhaigou or the 'Valley of Nine Fortified Villages' shines with iridescent colours.
The name of the pond is gotten from its many colours; it can change from yellow to blue or other colours.
3. Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia:
Salar de Uyuni is the world’s biggest evaporated lake. This salt pan was created when it was cut off from the lake that was its source. The water then evaporated, leaving the plain covered with a thick layer of salt.
This place is because of the rain effect there. The water overflowing on the surface creates the illusion of a very big mirror, making it difficult to tell where land ends and where the sky begins.
4. Lake Baikal, Russia:
This lake is described in a song as 'glorious sea, the holy Baikal'. Baikal is the deepest lake as well the biggest source of fresh water in the world.
Its waters are crystal clear and the area surrounding it is unique because of the different plant types found there.
Lake Baikal is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
5. Moraine Lake, Canada:
Lake Moraine is a glacial lake located in Banff National Park, Canada. The lake is fed by glaciers, therefore its maximum depth is in June.
Reflection of light on the stony floor of the lake makes the water turn a magnificent blue hue.