35 Clearest Waters In The World To Swim In Before You Die

Every one loves taking a dip in the clearest of waters on a beautiful hot summers day. So if you are missing the summer already then check out our list of 35 of the most clearest waters in the world to swim in before you die.

Also check out Cleanest Beaches America – The USA’s 25 Clearest Shores

1. Linapacan Island – Philippines

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Photo – Jocas A. See

Linapacan Island is a municipality in the province of Palawan and has some of the clearest waters in the world. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of just 14,180 people.

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2. The Maldives Islands

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Photo – Rishwan (Richy)

The Maldive Islands, sit in the Indian Ocean and consist of twenty-six atolls. These atolls are spread over roughly 90,000 square kilometers (35,000 sq mi), making the country one of the world’s most geographically dispersed.

Its population of 328,536 (2012) inhabits 192 of its 1,192 islands. The waters are crystal clear and full of reef wildlife which attracts tourists from all over the world in search for incredible vacation trips.

3. Bodrum – Turkey

Bodrum, Turkey
Photo: Unknown

Bodrum is a district and a port city in the southwestern Region of Turkey. The city was called Halicarnassus of Caria in ancient times and was famous for housing the Mausoleum of Mausolus, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.

Bodrum Castle, built by the Knights Hospitaller in the 15th century, overlooks the harbour and the marina. The castle grounds include a Museum of Underwater Archaeology and hosts several cultural festivals throughout the year. The city had a population of 136,317 in 2012.

4. Cayo Coco – Cuba

Cayo Coco, Cuba
Photo – O.Taillon

Cayo Coco is an island in central Cuba and well known for its all inclusive resorts. It lies within the Ciego de Ávila Province and is part of a chain of islands called Jardines del Rey (“the King’s Gardens”). The island was named after the white ibis, locally called Coco (coconut) birds.

Still largely wild with swamps and scrubland populated by wild cattle, the islands boast about a dozen large international hotels spread out. Beaches are very good for lying out in a cute bikini, and the massive coral reef off the north coast attracts divers from around the world.

5. Cala Macarelleta, Menorca – Spain

Cala Macarelleta, Menorca, Spain
Photo – visualpanic

The bay of Macarella and Macarelleta is on the south western side of Menorca and belongs to the Àrea Natural d’Especial Interès on Ciutadella’s southern coast.

Macarelleta is an idyllic cove with fine, white sand, where the sea is a calm pool of turquoise water. Sheltered by hills covered in pine trees and holm oaks, it is often warm enough to sunbathe, even in winter.

6. To Sua Ocean Trench – Samoa

Sua Trench, Samoa
Photo – To Sua Ocean Trench

To Sua Ocean Trench is a clear water pool located in Lotofaga village. To Sua means ‘big hole’ and has been converted into a large swimming area. A ladder is installed on side for visitors to access this 30 meters deep pool.

7. Sabah – Malaysia

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Photo – National Geographic

Sabah is one of the 13 member states of Malaysia, and is its easternmost state. It is located on the northern portion of the island of Borneo. Beyond the coasts of Sabah lie a number of islands and coral reefs, including the largest island in Malaysia, Pulau Banggi which has become a huge diving attraction.

8. Jenny Lake – Wyoming

Jenny Lake, Wyoming
Photo – Jeff Clow

Jenny Lake is located in Grand Teton National Park in the U.S. state of Wyoming. The lake was formed approximately 12,000 years ago by glaciers pushing rock debris which carved Cascade Canyon during the last glacial maximum, forming a terminal moraine which now impounds the lake.

The lake is estimated to be 423 feet (129 m) deep and encompasses 1,191 acres (482 ha). Jenny Lake is considered to be a major focal point in Grand Teton National Park, with many hiking trails, scenic boat rides, and quick access to the major climbing routes onto the tallest peaks of the Teton Range.

9. Bonito, Mato Grosso do Sul – Brazil

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Photo – Unknown

Bonito is a municipality located in the Brazilian state of Mato Grosso do Sul. It is in the middle of a region which is being discovered as “Caribe do Centro-Oeste” (Caribbean of the Central-West) due to the unbelievable blue color of its waters.

Owing to the enormous quantity of limestone in the ground, the water of these rivers passes through a real natural filter where impurities are deposited at the bottom of the river bed, leaving the rivers to be some of the clearest and most transparent in the world.

A number of fish and plant species have adapted to this high calcium environment, so that all rivers teem with life and make for an amazing place to visit.

10. Calanque de Sormiou – France

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Photo – Unknown

Calanque de Sormiou is a protected area which is frequented by hikers and climbers who come from all over France to experience and enjoy such exquisite surroundings. Most visitors stay in nearby Airbnb rentals and then slowly make their way over taking in natures awesomeness.

The beautiful sea is crystal clear and continually changes tones from turquoise to deep dark blue.

11. Panari Island, Okinawa – Japan

Panari Island, Okinawa, Japan
Photo – ippei + janine

Panari, also called Aragusuku, is one of the Yaeyama Islands. It is well known for being one of the world’s best diving destinations and has coral and marine life on a par with the Great Barrier Reef. (Over 400 types of corals, 5 types of sea turtles, manta rays, whale sharks and all kinds of tropical fish species all live around Okinawa.)

12. Puerto Ayora – Galapagos

Puerto Ayora, Galapagos
Photo – Bill Bouton

Puerto Ayora is a town in central Galápagos, Ecuador and is located on the southern shore of Santa Cruz Island. It is the most populous town in the Galápagos Islands, with more than 12,000 inhabitants. Home to both the Charles Darwin Foundation and the Galápagos National Park, Puerto Ayora is the center of the Galápagos conservation efforts.

Tortuga Bay is a short walk from center of Puerto Ayora where you can view marine iguanas, birds, galapagos crabs and a natural mangrove where you can spot white tip reef sharks and the gigantic galápagos tortoise.

13. Lake Tahoe – Nevada

Lake Tahoe, Nevada
Photo – SteveD.

Lake Tahoe is a large freshwater lake in the Sierra Nevada of the United States. Lake Tahoe is the largest alpine lake in North America and has a depth of 1,645 ft (501 m), making it the second-deepest in the United States. Additionally, Lake Tahoe is listed as the 27th largest lake by volume in the world.

The lake was formed about 2 million years ago and is a part of the Lake Tahoe Basin with the modern lake being shaped during the ice ages. It is known for the clarity of its water and the panorama of surrounding mountains on all sides.

Lake Tahoe is a major tourist attraction in both Nevada and California. It is home to a number of ski resorts, summer outdoor recreation, and tourist attractions.

14. Cayos Cochinos – Honduras

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Photo – Uknown

The Cayos Cochinos or Cochinos Cays are a group of two small islands and 13 more small coral cays situated 30 kilometers northeast of La Ceiba on the northern shores of Honduras.

The islands are a Marine Protected Area and is part of the world’s second largest coral reef system known as the Meso-American Barrier Reef. It is off-limits to commercial divers and fishermen, which has helped make the waters the most healthiest and fullest of marine life in the Bay Islands.

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15. Primosten – Croatia

Primosten, Croatia
Photo – Mike Le Gray Photography

Primošten is a town in Croatia, and a part of the Šibenik-Knin County. It is situated in the south, between the cities of Šibenik and Trogir, on the Adriatic coast.

The largest beach in Primošten is called Raduča, and its smaller part, Mala Raduča, is voted one of the 10 most beautiful beaches in Croatia.

16. St. George – Bermuda

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Photo – Unknown

St George is located at the eastern end of Bermuda and is a UNESCO world heritage site. The town is steeped with history and was the first permanent English settlement on the islands of Bermuda and is often described as the third successful English settlement in the Americas.

17. Hanauma Bay, Oahu – Hawaii

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Photo – Flea 55

Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve on Hawaii’s island of Oahu is a beginning snorkeler’s paradise. This well-protected bay boasts hundreds of tropical fish species, calm, clear waters and shallow depths allowing for great viewing.

So many people have come here for so long that the fish in this bay do not feel threatened by visitors, allowing for close up encounters. The bay was deemed a marine life conservation area in 1967 and has become more heavily managed each year since in an effort to protect the fish, corals, beach, and the bay itself.

18. Rio Azul – Argentina

Rio Azul, Argentina
Photo – David Miller

The Blue River is a short river located in the region of Patagonia in the Republic Argentina. It is one of the colder rivers in the region because it is glacial fed, rather than lake fed which tends to increase the temperature of other rivers in the valley.

Because the Azul River has no lake at its source it is also prone to wild fluctuations in water level and is often the quickest river to respond to changes in precipitation. When the Azul is running it offers whitewater paddlers some of the best play features and scenery in the valley.

19. Corfu – Greece

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Photo – spyh

Corfu is a Greek island in the Ionian Sea and is bound with the history of Greece from the beginning of Greek mythology. Its Greek name, Kerkyra or Korkyra, is related to two powerful water symbols: Poseidon, god of the sea, and Asopos, an important Greek mainland river.

The island’s history is laden with battles and conquests. The legacy of these struggles is visible in the form of castles punctuating strategic locations across the island. Two of these castles enclose its capital, which is the only city in Greece to be surrounded in such a way. As a result, Corfu’s capital has been officially declared a Kastropolis (“castle city”) by the Greek government.

Corfiotes have a long history of hospitality to foreign residents and visitors. The North East coast has largely been developed by a few British holiday companies, with large expensive holiday villas, while package holiday resorts exist on the north and east coasts.

At the other end of the island, the southern resort of Kavos also provides tourist facilities.

20. Aitutaki – Cook Islands

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Photo – rtwin30days.com

Aitutaki is one of 15 islands that make up the Cook Islands. It has a population of approximately 2,000. and is the second most visited island of the Cook Islands.

21. Koh Phi Phi Don – Thailand

Koh Phi Phi Don, Thailand
Photo – mynameisharsha

Ko Phi Phi Don is the largest of the Phi Phi Islands, in Thailand and is the only island in the group with permanent inhabitants. Like the other islands in the group, Ko Phi Phi Don is a non-volcanic island largely made of limestone.

Ko Phi Phi Don is now squarely on the tourist map, and tourists from all over the world flock to the island. Accessible from Phuket and mainland Krabi province, all tourists must arrive by Ferry and this has essentially turned the island into a rush of day trippers who overpopulate the island from 11AM-3PM.

The island still holds much charm that can be enjoyed in the hours that the flocks from Phuket are not there. While in former times, Ko Phi Phi Don was a serene paradise, parts of it has been exploited for tourism.

22. Playa Blanca – Colombia

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Photo – David Shankbone

Playa Blanca (the white beach) is actually located on the island of Baru about 1 hour or so by boat from the main port of Cartagena. It is a beautiful, clean beach that fits the picture of the Caribbean paradise perfectly. The water here is calm and warm making it a great place to snorkel and swim.

23. Arnensee – Switzerland

Königssee, Germany
Photo – Unknown

Arnensee is a lake in Canton of Berne, Switzerland and is used as a reservoir by Romande Energie. This blissfully secluded spot offers an idyllic getaway for a refreshing swim, a spot of angling or a hike taking in a picnic lunch at one of the barbecue sites.

24. Tioman Island – Malaysia

Tioman Island, Malaysia
Photo – Unknown

Tioman Island is a small island located 32 km off the east coast of Malaysia in the state of Pahang. It has eight main villages, the largest and most populous being Kampung Tekek in the north. The densely forested island is sparsely inhabited, and is surrounded by numerous coral reefs, making it a popular scuba diving spot. There are also a lot of resorts and chalets around the island which has duty free status.

The marine area around Tioman Island and eight other nearby islands have been declared as marine parks and marine reserves.

25. Belo Sur Mer – Madagascar

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Photo – Unknown

Belo sur Mer is a pleasant Vezo fishermen village located some 80 km south of Morondava. Visitors that come here are greeted by a wonderful kilometer long beach of bright white sands and an amazing transparent sea of emerald waters. But as everywhere on the Western coast of Madagascar bathing can be certainly risky due to the strong tides…

26. Dog Island, San Blas – Panama

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Photo – Anguilla Beaches.com

The San Blas Islands, located off Panama’s southeastern coast, is the best kind of Caribbean island: postcard perfect white-sand beaches, extremely friendly locals, a chance to experience indigenous life with the Kuna Yala tribe, and just enough infrastructure (electricity is provided via generators) to provide simple comforts while keeping the tourist machine at bay.

27. Culebra Island – Puerto Rico

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Photo – worldtravelforcouples.com

Culebra is a popular weekend tourist destination for Mainland Puerto Ricans, Americans and residents of Vieques. Because of the “arid” nature of the island there is no run-off from rivers or streams resulting in very clear waters.

Culebra has many beautiful beaches including Flamenco Beach (Playa Flamenco), the beach extends for a mile of white coral sand and is framed beautifully by arid tree-covered hills. The beach is also protected by the Department of Natural and Environmental Resources as a Marine Wildlife Reserve.

28. Bora Bora

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Photo – travelerguidance.com

Bora Bora is an island located about 230 kilometres (143 miles) northwest of Papeete and is surrounded by a lagoon and a barrier reef. In the centre of the island are the remnants of an extinct volcano rising to two peaks.

Bora Bora is a major international tourist destination, famous for its aqua-centric luxury resorts. Over the last few years several resorts have been built on motu (small islands, from Tahitian) surrounding the lagoon.

Snorkeling and scuba diving in and around the lagoon of Bora Bora are popular activities. Many species of sharks and rays inhabit the surrounding body of water. There are a few dive operators on the island offering manta ray dives and also shark-feeding dives.

29. Exuma – Bahamas

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Photo – Bahamas.com

With sapphire-blue water everywhere, The Exumas are an exotic collection of dream destinations. Footprint-free beaches and ultraexclusive resorts and islands fit for celebrities make this tropical paradise an absolute gem. Here, nature outnumbers man, coastlines remain flawless and private homes play host to some of the world’s most famous stars. The Exumas truly are the ultimate escape.

30. Torch Lake, Antrim County Michigan – USA

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Photo – Wikipedia

Torch Lake stretches 19 miles (31 km) and is Michigan’s longest inland lake. Several villages and hamlets lie along its shore, including Alden, Eastport, Clam River, and Torch Lake.

The lake is known for nature activities including hiking, canoeing, fishing and diving. Due to the low amount of boat activity, it is a nature-lovers paradise. Torch Lake is much quieter than most Michigan lakes and is not friendly to “partying.” on the North side of the lake. However, the Sand Bar hosts boat parties every weekend during the Summer.

Noted for its exceptional beauty; its waters are unusually clear and exhibit a bright turquoise hue, often resembling Caribbean waters. This quality has made the lake a popular spot for the development of resorts and second homes with notables including Kid Rock and Michael Moore owning vacation homes on the lake.

31. Comino Island – Malta

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Photo – fitforblogging.com

Comino is an island between the islands of Malta and Gozo in the Mediterranean Sea. Named after the cumin seed that once flourished in the Maltese islands, Comino is noted for its tranquility and isolation. It has a permanent population of only four residents and is currently a bird sanctuary and nature reserve.

Comino is home to transparent, cyan waters of the Blue Lagoon which frequented by large numbers of tourists and tour boats daily. The Blue Lagoon is a picturesque bay with a white sandy base and rich marine life. It is popular with divers, snorkelers and swimmers.

It is a popular location for filmmakers and has appeared in the movies Troy, The Count Of Monte Cristo and Swept Away.

32. San Andres Island – Colombia

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Photo – Caribe Azul

San Andres has a charm as powerful as its beaches are attractive. The landscape is not only dotted with palm trees, but also with mangroves, ceibas, and a number of species of colorful wildflowers. And the corals in the sea offer an impression on the eye that will never fade with time.

This dream-like landscape is home to blue and black crabs, turtles, iguanas, chameleon-like and green lizards, dozens of species of birds, and amazing numbers of fish.

Dive into this seven-colored sea, and discover that in reality there are more than a thousand colors under the surface; lilac and yellow corals, silvery, red and blue fish, green algae, and countless tiny colored animals. The coral formations of the Archipelago are the second largest in the Americas, and the voluptuous form they take the driver’s breath away.

33. Sardinia – Italy

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Sardinia is situated off the western coast of Italy and is a beautiful Mediterranean island with stunning beaches and panoramic views of the mountains and sea. Its southern tip faces Africa, while its north shore lies just a few miles from Corsica. Sardinia, despite becoming an exclusive, luxurious holiday destination in recent years, remains unspoilt by tourism. With its turquoise seas, granite rock formations and lush vegetation, the island is a jewel in the Mediterranean.

34. Bahia de las Aguilas – Dominican Republic

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Photo – Unknown

Bahia de las Aguilas (Eagles Bay) is an 8 km long beach along the southwestern coast of the Dominican Republic near the southernmost part of the border with Haiti. The bay is part of the Jaragua National Park, and it is considered by many Dominicans ( and visitors as well) as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.

The bay is a protected area as is the surrounding park, hence there is an abundance of seal life just feet off the beach within its waters.

The thing that visitors like the most about this beach, is that it is totally isolated. 323 km from Santo Domingo and approximately 25 km from Pedernales (the nearest town) this beach is a true oasis in the middle of the deserted steppe of the park.

35. Mystery spot

Swim In Before You Die
Photo: Imgur

Number 35 is our mystery spot that would be perfect for a swim. Anyone know where this adventure holidays is?

35 Clearest Waters In The World To Swim In Before You Die Update:

Due to the success of this article and the hundreds of comments we have received from our readers we have created a part 2 to our list. We have selected 35 clearest waters based on the suggestions from our readers.

Read the article and see if you agree with our readers – 35 Clearest Waters In The World To Swim In Before You Die – Readers Choice

Clearest Waters Info taken from Wikipedia

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  71. @Dane I am Australian and your comment really annoys me. Returning to Australia after 10 years living abroad I find the arrogance of Australians to be an embarrassment. Yes we have a great country but no, we aren’t the best at everything, we don’t have a monopoly on beautiful places and we would do well to embrace other cultures and learn something new occasionally. So maybe cut the ignorant ‘Australia is the best’ rant and appreciate beauty wherever it is found.

    The clearest waters I have ever seen were in Croatia and Mexico, Australia wouldn’t even hit the top 5.

  72. @Dane most likely because the water is clouded by all the shark blood that those a-holes in your government spilled.. just a thought.

  73. You should try visit Indonesia! Big Pine Island, Karimun Jawa. white sand, clear water, fresh air and beautiful creatures under the water!

  74. Clear waters of our private beach hideaway here in Bataan, Philippines. Check out my FB page BATAAN NATURE ADVENTURES

  75. @Dane Your stupidity hurts me. The only ignorant one here is you, thinking that your country is the only country with clear waters. Newsflash, Australia doesn’t have the clearest water, best beaches, or most beautiful scenery. Sorry, mate.

  76. @Tyler Foss Lol. I live in Tampa, have my entire life, and can say with 100% certainty that the pic is NOT of tampa. No mountains, or even tall hills, in Tampa.

  77. Eleuthera, Bahamas at North Beach, Current.  Crystal clear, warm, with excellent swimming, snorkeling, kayaking, and fishing.

  78. Number 28 is not technically Bora-Bora. The picture in focus, with all those over water bungalows, is the island of Tahaa. That resort is Le Tahaa and is one of the best resorts and beaches I have ever been. BTW, the island behind it is Bora Bora.

  79. I guess whoever populated this list did not bother to take a trip to JACMEL, HAITI or a few other spots around the West Side of the Hispanolia Island…  It’s just weird how the world wants to highlight the poverty and charity drives for Haiti, but when it comes to show the natural beauty of the country, it’s not interesting enough for the world.  Yes, Haiti has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world and THAT’S A FACT!!!

  80. I think too That mystery spot is moorea. .Just in front of “les tipaniers” …gone there Last september..

  81. I’m going to assume the Author of this article has either never been to Australia, doesn’t like Australia or is extremely ignorant, because i believe the top 10 most clearest waters in the world would ALL be in Australia. Even just considering the fact that we have 1 of the 7 wonders of the world ACTUALLY being the great barrier reef should say enough. Anyways each to their own i guess

  82. You miss Tanjung Kelayang, Belitung, Indonesia, and some other spots in the biggest country of Southeast Asia

  83. DOMINICAN REPUBLIC! Bahía de las Águilas. You almost can’t see the difference between the beach and the sky. THE MOST BEAUTIFUL OF THEM ALL!

  84. Off the northwest shore of Moorea, Tahiti. It is the sandbar that you can stand on and feed the rays and black tipped sharks. Take the lagoon trip out to the sand bar. It is a must see.

  85. visit calaguas Island in Camarines Norte Philippines.. its a synonymous to crystal clear…. the best….

  86. Im from puerto rico and well yes I been in culebra’s beaches and i have to tell you it is paradise! specially after living somewhere else u realize that more, the best thing about it that they forgot to say is that the water is always pretty warm because the caribbean has no winter, so water is always summer like. I love santa monica beach because is fun, i like danube river in vienna, barcelona beach but they are all very cold even in summer, if u come in may to august water is very warm but weather is very humid and hot so u ll have to wear very light clothes and you will get a sun tan for sure. The boat from main island PR to culebra cost less than $5 i think..

  87. I am from South Florida, where the ocean is beautiful, but not as clear as these bodies of water! I do recall being on a train bound for Greece when I was a college student, and marveling at the Turkish ocean out the window! I had never seen such clear seas, just amazing!

  88. What about LOS ROQUES, Venezuela? I’ve been to Playa Blanca, Colombia and Bonito, Brazil, which are in this list and Los Roques has clearer waters. For sure!!

  89. Dubrovnik, Croatia 🙂 it’s one of the 10 top destinations to see before you die, beautiful..Beyonce was were there,too!

  90. Great list, but you missed Crystal Lake in Benzie County, Michigan- a 10,000 acres fresh water lake that beyond a doubt is the most beautiful in the world (ok, so I’m a little biased having been introduced to these clear waters at 9 months). But it truly is a great swim as well as magnificent to view in all seasons.


  92. How could you forget Lampedusa? An italian island whose Spaggia dei Conigli (Rabbit Beach) was elected best beach of the world 2012.. the first photo is made by me so please don’t take it 🙂

  93. Hurghada in Egypt is also awesome, apparently they are a many good spots on the red sea.
    I remember a place near Santorini in Greece but can’t remember where exactly, I’d assume there are many places on the med.
    Very nice article, just puts more places on the list to visit and takes us to back to some good times!

  94. Kwajalein Atoll, Republic of the Marshall Islands. Crystal clear, pristine water, hundreds of feet of visibility, gorgeous coral reefs, tropical fish, even WW II shipwrecks, 2,500 miles southwest of Hawaii.
    Magnificent diving, fishing, sailing, and swimming.

  95. I have to second Torch Lake in Antruim Co. Michigan. It was voted 3rd most beautiful lake in the world by National Geographic back in the 60’s or 70’s (not completely sure on the date). We love it, but don’t tell to many people, we like it quite!

  96. Torch Lake – Summer and Winter
    The picture they used in the article doesn’t show the real beauty of the lake at all

  97. I live in Torch Lake, Mi.  The pic you have is gorgeous, however does not do the lake justice.  Also, there is quite heavy boat traffic during July and August, especially at the SOUTH end of the lake.  Google Torch Lake on 4th of July.  The sandbar at the south end is always packed on the weekends.  Check it out!!

  98. AngieJohnson You’ve been? You should come to Torch Lake! Kid Rock wrote a song about it. It’s also beautiful! 🙂

  99. In a pristine New Zealand national park, the Blue Lake – also known as Rotomairewhenua – holds the title of the world’s clearest lake.
    Scientific tests carried out in 2011 by New Zealand’s National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA) showed Blue Lake to be the clearest natural body of fresh water known Blue lake is characterised by blue-violet hues seen only in such clear natural waters. to man.

  100. Palominito Island, Gilligan Island, Icacos Cay and many more places, all of them in Puerto Rico. Not to mention Mosquito Bay in Vieques Island which is a Bioluminiscent Bay (avatar style). But I’m glad that Culebra got into the list 🙂

  101. It´s important to show to the World, how clear is the water from “CañoCristales” which is located in Colombia. It is a River full of different colors. Just Spectacular

  102. I have heard Crater Lake National Park is the clearest water in the world. However it is so deep, you can’t see the bottom.and it is very cold.

    1. I have just taken a look and you are correct it certainly is a beautiful place to swim. If we do another article about beautiful beaches will definitely include this one. Thank you for contributing to our article.

  103. Obviously who compiled this hasn’t travelled or seen enough….some don’t even qualify as crystal clear waters

    Isola Santa Maria Arcipelago della Maddalena

  104. Ponza, Italy – this place is called Chiaia di Luna. Ponz is an island near Capri Island. Crystal clear and warm waters!

  105. Most of the Eastern Coast of Sardinia has waters that look like the spots you pictured from Thailand and Hawaai. Cala Gonone, Cala Luna, Cala Ginepro, Santa Teresa di Gallura in the North.

  106. Hanauma Bay, Oahu, Hawaii

    Pristine, clear water stretches for miles. Lots of coral reefs which is strictly preserved. You are prohibited from touching or standing on them. Best snorkeling experience yet. You’re only able to swim out to the end of the bay near tail of the mountains or the waves can pin you against the rocks. Lockers, snorkeling rentals, restrooms onsite. No jet skis or boats allowed.

    Picture taken December 2013 the day after the Honolulu Marathon.

  107. Hm…I’m pretty sure that photo number 29 is not the Königssee in Bavaria. I know the lake quite well as my greatgrandparents’ house is very close to there and I spend quite a lot time there – and especially at the lake in summer. The mountains around (Germany’s second highest mountain is right there) there are a lot bigger and higher than the ones seen in the picture. Maybe it is some other lake in the Bavarian Alps but I’m quizte sure it isn’t the Königssee.

      1. I think you will eventually want to add a few more incredible beaches that are part of Puerto Rico to your list. Culebra is one of the islands that belongs to Puerto Rico. Playa Santa, Mar Chiquita, Rincon, Las Croabas… The north coast of our island is bathed by the Atlantic Ocean, wonderful beaches of coarser sand. We have wonderful Leatherback turtles who come to nest here during this time of the year, and whales on the west-south coast also.The south coast is the Caribbean Sea, pulverized soft white sand… shallow waters. Don’t miss coming here at least once in your lifetime… Enjoy!!!!

  108. Blue lake in NZ is actually the clearest body of water in the world known so far. Distilled water is known to be about 80 metres in its visibility range and Blue lake is guessed to be 70-80.

  109. This Is COMINO ISLAND in Malta , personally I find this jewel much more clearer than certain places I’ve seen above … It’s just simply a wonderful Island to visit.

  110. Rainbow Springs in Dunellon, FL is a spring fed river, crystal clear aqua freshwater. Great for swimming, scuba, & kayaking!

  111. 35 looks like Mo’orea in French Polynesia (almost sure), i have been exact on thats spot where they play with the stingray’s

  112. Some of these places are not at all for swimming. Half of the propositions here are either too cold or too dangerous. Talking about clear waters, where is Elafonissi, Crete – with waters much clearer than some of these in the article. I wish there was some sort of categorization, I don’t feel that the Maldives and Königssee, Germany belong in the same list when in fact they offer a completely different experience. Anyway, thanks for taking the effort to write.

  113. I have been to nine of these destinations. I would love to go to the mystery destination and wonder if it is in Malaisia. I was due to go to a place with rays like this, and then never made it there. It looks really interesting.

  114. Lake Tahoe straddles the border between California and Nevada. So yes there is a Nevada side of the lake, complete with casino’s, why do you think the mob loved it up here 🙂

  115. La Laguna de la Media Luna or Las Cascadas de Tamul in Mexico are breathtakingly clear and pristine. Also, any of the dozens of cenotes throughout the rest of the country will do. Great snorkeling to be had!

  116. Number 29, Konigssee is actually Lake Eibsee outside of Garmische, Germany in Bavaria. Attached is another picture of it. My husband and I were there in July of 2013 and we canoed on this magnificently CRYSTAL CLEAR LAKE!! One of the most memorable experiences of my life!!! Absolutely crystal clear and GORGEOUS!!! It’s nestled at the foot of the Zugspitz. 🙂 If this were the Konigssee, the mountains wouldn’t be as low.

  117. This was taken as I was leaving Canouan Island. Located in the Grenadines, approximately 45 minutes from Barbados.

  118. #35 is Thailand I think, those look like freshwater stingrays in the picture, and those only exist in Indochina and Borneo.
    #29 is Flathead lake, Montana.

  119. I totally agree with you. What about mexico. I think they they just made this up because lake tahoe is under california not nevada

  120. Skinny dipping in Jiuzhaigou? Unlikely as it is illegal to stay in the park after closing hours (not to mention the freezing water)

  121. Lake Mackenzie on Fraser Island off the coast of Queensland in Australia and Dove Lake below Cradle Mountain in Tasmania.

  122. MakingMagique Oh, someone take me there! I’m from Colombia and I’ve never been to Playa Blanca before, people say it’s really beautiful! ❤

  123. I have been to Königssee …it is stunningly clear and clean but from memory it is kept that way by banning swimming and also the only powered boats on the lake are electric.

  124. laughingstock Canada is home to 60% of the world’s lakes. There are an estimated 3 million lakes in Canada. Finland doesn’t even come close

  125. iiii come from an island in the mediterranean called malta and we have a small island just off malta called comino where you can find the beach called the blue lagoon with the clearest turquoise sea ever!! i think this deserves a place amongst all these beautiful pics!!

  126. 35 Is not Stingray city.  Stingray city is in Cayman and there are no mountains like that there. And it is awesome!!  Seriously one of the best things I’ve ever done.

  127. 35 should be Stingray city…. somewhere nearby Cayman Island if not mistaken… I dont even dare to swim with those stingrays…. Water is more than crystal clear… blue and breathtaking. Awesome place to visit 🙂

  128. What about Los roques – Venezuela? or La tortuga – Venezuela, or mochima- venezuela…. We have many extremely clear beaches

  129. If I’m not mistaken, you are not allowed to swim in #21 (Pupu Springs, NZ)! It’s a Maori place and considered sacred! Please take if off this list or thousands of idiots will use this blog as an excuse for not obeying the signs!

  130. These are all beautiful places but like someone mentioned, Mauritius Islands, Seychelles are very beautiful places that have some amazing clear waters

  131. These are beautiful. Enjoy the peace and tranquilly they give you and stop making negative comments. I am sure there are allot of other beautiful places our Lord has put on this earth and the list could go on and on and on. I notices some were mentioned . Take another look at these pictures with a positive attitude and see how much more you will enjoy them. By the way think of your day with that attitude and it will look a lot better too.

  132. @abcd sad to say. the country with the most lakes is finland while the biggest is in canada. wonder who’s the idiot here…

  133. Perhentian, Kapas, Redang.. All in Malaysia. Tioman (31 in the list) is not the best these days for clear aqua waters.. The dive sites off Sandakan (listed 10 in the list as Sabah), faces security threats from pirates.

  134. if you think that this is the best photos for crystal clear water you should come to Egypt to see hoe the real clear crystal water looks like with the beautiful white sand

  135. what an idiot whoever this author is, probably American. the country with the most lakes on this planet, with so much untouched nature and clean water …. Canada! …. is not even mentioned once.

  136. Silver Springs in Florida! They shot the old Tarzan movies there, and it features the clearest water I’ve ever seen!

  137. What about the Maya Riviera? Cozumel, Tulum, Playa del Carmen and Isla Mujeres have beautiful clear water.  And then there’s Tahiti…

  138. Yes, HOLBOX ISLAND in the MEXICAN CARIBBEAN IS MISSING!!! Clearer that some spots mentioned here. Which ‘connoiseur’ wrote this article???

  139. Nowhere from the west coast of Scotland and the Hebridean Islands?  Surprisingly beautiful clear waters for miles and miles to be found there and all in the warmer waters fed by the Gulf Stream.

  140. ZakiAlbahar I think Pulau Perhentian is much more clearer. i can’t even able to forget the 3days i was there. i am like in heaven.

  141. BdaSweetLady There are plenty of untapped clear blue beaches in JA . You visited a populated area that’s probably man made for tourist

  142. djprincemad1 maybe, but not in Jamaica according to this list lol. And I have been in JA waters. You got nothing on Bermy

  143. I am extremely happy to see Panama and Ecuador listed!  😀 However, you have certainly missed Playa Flamenco, Puerto Rico!

  144. You forgot one of the best place of the world : French Polynesia : Bora Bora, Moorea, Fakarava, Rangiroa… Blue, clear and warm water – temple of scubba diving, surf and happy people 😀
    You will always welcome

  145. It’s really good to see so many people being proud of their country’s beautiful beaches and all. Suggestions are good but let us not get all upset just because they don’t make it to this list. In any case, I’m thankful for this list because it gives me so many more suggestions on the places I can visit 🙂

  146. Where is BORA BORA?  35 clearest waters in the World and Bora Bora (specifically) isn’t on the list?  Or in the comments I’ve read so far…..?

  147. Egypt has the clearest , most illuminated, warmest beaches with the softest velvet sand. .Minus the sharks you might find elsewhere

  148. The North coast in Egypt are the clearer, most turquoise and one of the warmest sea one can swim in.. Not to mention the red sea in sharm el sheikh and Hurgada where you can dive too

  149. Venezuela has places that can compete with each of the ones you listed here, and they are just in one single country. But it is up to you to discover them.

  150. What about Cyprus? They have the best beaches in Europe and very very clean waters!! Look for Blue Lagoon beach at Akamas!!

  151. @jovimom Yes, Skaneateles is lovely; I grew up on that lake. If you thought it was clear now, you should have seen it in the 60’s. Water so clear and blue it rivaled Sardinia, the most amazing water I have seen since.

  152. Thingvellir Iceland. There are rifts where the North American and European plates intersect filled with ultra clear cold water.

  153. CogieSison You are correct about Barbados.  I wonder about the criteria for making this list.  I agree with Bermuda but Barbados and other West Indian islands being excluded is just suspect.

  154. Yes the beautiful island of Bonaire, just off the coast of Venezuela and one of the TOP 10 best diving and snorkeling sites in the world………maybe I should just email a picture. 50 years of marine conservation effort !. Cristal clear waters !.

  155. Skaneateles Lake Ny  “so pure the city of Syracuse uses it unfiltered” saw it for the first time this summer… GORGEOUS!!!

  156. Awesome list! I have been to 10 of the 35….
    Must re-iterate what some people have said here though…slightly biased author (5 of the list are USA)
    Where is Canada? … No 1. most coastlines/waterways in world
    Where is Indonesia? .. No. 2 most coastlines/waterways in world
    Where is my home country?… Australia! : )

  157. great places! I definitely recommend hanauma bay in Oahu…unbelievable place! someone may also want to include Grand Cayman … crystal clear water in tiki beach!

  158. iamjhelojasmin  much as i would love to agree with your opinion, i fear that some of what you said are untrue.  For one, Philippines is composed of 7,107 islands and not 1,700 islands and is the second largest archipelago in the world after Indonesia.  Second, only more than 5 million foreign visitors visited the country and not 100 million.  I love Philippines though as I am Filipino myself.  However, I agree with you that the Philippines is an extraordinary country, being more closely related to Latin America in temperament and attitude in a region of mostly buddhist and islamic countries.

  159. What about the great places in Canada – the north coast of Lake Superior has many beautiful beaches, not to mention British Columbia. It’s not always cold in Canada!

  160. Just for your Information: Indonesia is THE BIGGEST archipelago country in the entire world consisting of 17,508 islands. None made the list? Like seriously? That’s a joke. Clearly the writer of this article live inside the black hole. Or under a rock.

  161. So basically you’ve collated pics from the web showing reasonably clear water and said where it is, then claimed they are the clearest in the world.  Wow excellent research!

  162. There are 17,508 islands in Indonesia, and only 6000 are inhabited, sure there are a lot of beaches that clearer than any other place you could imagine, and don’t forget the islands are still virgin too… and where is Australia? Australia has so many clear beaches too…

  163. CANTINGAS RIVER in Sibuyan Island, Romblon, PHILIPPINES – The country’s cleanest inland body of water, river category…

  164. I can’t believe they listed no.9 as a place to swim, this is a national heritage site, and the water is very heavily protected because of it’s delicate calcium balance. YOU CAN’T SWIM THERE! It’s beautiful to look at but that’s it. The writer has obviously never been to half these places!!

  165. SakisVoulas ..yeah ur ryt!!been to greece twice(mykonos and crete),,i wonder why they didn’t mention it,,and so my country philippines,too many great beaches to explore too,,
    thank you for appreciating my country!!

  166. SakisVoulas its More Fun in the Philipppines.!!!
    Philippines is like a paradise!
    if you dont know, Millions Of tourist came here in almost 10 mothes,, ( 100 million tourist all over the world)

  167. @gogo nope, Your wrong. Philippines is compose in almost 1,700 islands. and every island have an extra ordinary beauty. Search in google

    Mayon Volcano
    Banaue rice Tarraces

    and almost 100 Million Visited here in the Philippines in 10 months

  168. Island Empress Philippines is Deserving To won the title of Clearest Water in the world, If you travel in Palawan, Philippines.. i will see the Beautiful white sand, fresh air, Cool Temperature, and its Extra Ordinary Sky Blue Water, and if you are went there. you will feel that you are in PARADISE. Promise 🙂

  169. I Declared Philippines as ‘COUNTRY OF THE YEAR’

    Miss Supranational 2013

    Miss World 2013 (Megan young)
    Champion : Dunk Competition ( Kobe Paras)
    Champion in PYRONALE (fireworks competition)
    Clearest Water in the world
    Best Summer Destination for 2013
    Cutiest and good Looking guys in the world ( Quezon city ) Mr. Aljur Abrenica
    Most Economical Country in Asia

  170. Blue hole Santa Rosa New Mexico, Artesian well similar to the one in Samoa. 🙂 Used for training divers throughout the Southwestern United States! 🙂

  171. I see you have never been to Italy eh? May I recommend you to add to this list some places in Sardinia, for example “le piscine di molara” where you can count the sea shells on a 15 meters deep sea.

  172. SakisVoulas know what.. why wont you try visiting all those beaches and see for yourself.. if you don’t believe those photographers who took those shots being seen above..

  173. Ok ok ok…. But… Why you hate Italy? In Italy in Puglia, sicily, Sardegna, Capri, Ischia, Lampedusa, 5 terre, Gargano and a lot Of Other place we have cristalline waters… And you can enjoy also our great food, our awsome history, and our funny politic.

  174. @Charles Crane The waters off Tinian are so clear I could not dive until I had broken the surface  with my face to check the considerable depth. That was 1945, it may have changed.

  175. @Trinitrophenol  i was there last christmas and it was like that, they have naval war games off the coast of the island and diving practices which have developed broken coral everywhere and garbage floating in the water

  176. Bermuda needs to be #1, there is not any place more cleaner, ocean more clearer, sand more pink= beautiful BEACH SCENE hands down.

  177. Koh phi phi don is NOT the clearest water to swim in. There is clearer water than overcrowded phi phi. If u in phuket or nearby, go to Similan island and Koh Tachai, millions times better than phi phi.

  178. Come to the island of Hispaniola – from the gin clear cenotes of Santo Domingo, DR to the transparent azure waters of Ile la Vache, Haiti……

  179. I’m pretty sure that Crater Lake is ridiculously cold year-round (having seen the snow fall in that area it’s no surprise, plus it’s über-deep). But it is a gorgeous lake, I have to give it that.

  180. Who had made the list????Hahahaha,its fake…They didnt been to all over the world,didnt count the clearity of the water and of course didnt been at Greece…Just look how many beaches in Greece have blue flag in Greece and how many the other countries in the world….And of course in Philippines,and so many other places which didnt mentined to this funny list…

  181. I’m surprised none of the coral reefs of Micronesia were listed. Guam, Palau, and others far exceed most of these listed from a divers view.

  182. As a passionate outdoor swimmer, I have made the rounds and fortunately since childhood. Bermuda & Hawaii are among them while the Maldives and Madagascar have been on my very short list. There were some surprises here – Columbia & Honduras but I can hardly believe you missed Lampedusa and Sardinia! The latter was my summer campground 1968-1970 and the water is still almost beyond compare but Lampedusa, off Sicily, I discovered on a wedding anniversary trip is a sleeper with some of the clearest water I have ever seen.

  183. Tioman Island is no longer clear water. Tons of dumb tourists pollute the waters till the visibility is only like 8m now and the water is cloudy

  184. I could add a few places to this list. Have a lot of swimming to do according to this list. Only been to one on this list.

  185. My country the Philippines consists of 7,101 islands and only about 30% are inhabited. We have the most beautiful beaches in the world. If you are not satisfied in 1 beach, then try the remaining 7,106.  🙂

  186. I’ve been to 4 places in there….that sad ! but for me there is many places with clear water, nobody knows about it but you should check out Raivavae this is a AMAZING spot !!!
    About the mystery spot, i guess its Moorea, where you can swim with ray ! (i’m writing this comment now and i can see the island ) 🙂

  187. teedee811 I saw this a couple of days ago, there are better places in Malaysia than the 2 listed, Perhentian and islands off Sabah

  188. majaa Tioman deserves a higher spot. Been to the islands from Cebu and near Phuket but nothing is compared to the clearness of Tioman beach.

  189. Maybe a chengdu,
    Maybe a chongqing,
    Winding up and down,
    A careful treat.
    Nothing compares to
    Shanghai nor Guangzhou.
    A sight of feat

  190. Being a Sabahan, I take slight offense as Sabah being described as a remote Malaysian state.  As stated by KhalisalBakree, Sabah is pretty big. Making a broad statement like that gives people the wrong impression.  Go to Kota Kinabalu, the capital, and visit Tanjung Aru (a popular, if not dirty and overcrowded, beach) and you will NOT get the sort of beaches portrayed above.  Would help to be more precise.  Plus, Bak Bak Beach is WITHIN Sabah. So, its either redundant or be more precise when you mention Sabah?

    Other than that, doesn’t hurt to look at the pretty photos.

  191. You should look at Seychelles …. Every island has crystal clear waters , Even the royal couple picked it as their honeymoon destination

  192. I’ve been to Cala Macarelleta in Menorca, and it is probably the most beautiful beach I’ve been to, pictures don’t do it justice. 
    But no, it definitely is not “one of the least-crowded beaches you’ll find in Spain”. I went in May, hardly high season and still too cold to swim, but it was quite crowded for a beach as small and remote as Macarelleta. It is absolutely packed in the summer, no doubt.

  193. Guys come to Malaysia…    apart from the monsoon season… yes are pretty good all year roung. KhalisAlBakree  has got some good pointers 🙂