Whether you’re diving into the deep blue, dipping your toes in crystal clear waters or rejuvenating your body and soul in magical hot springs, here are some of the coolest places in the world where you can take a dip. And here are some more ideas for cool vacations too!
The Blue Lagoon Iceland
Iceland is a spellbinding destination to visit. And one of the best things about it? Halfway between the capital city and the airport lies the spellbinding Blue Lagoon. So grab your car rental Reykjavik and drive over to this steamy electric blue geothermal pool for a day of pure relaxation. It’s known as one of the best spas in the world, and here you can indulge in in-the-water treatments and exhilarating mud masks. It’s all in the open-air, and there is an invigorating waterfall on offer too. The warm waters are rich in minerals and are supposed to soothe your skin. The cloudy blue waters look completely other-worldy and it should definitely be a must-see on your Icelandic trip.
Thermae Bath Spa, England
In the enchanting town of Bath in England lies the very regal Thermae Bath Spa. It houses England’s only natural thermal waters and is a mixture of both indoors and outdoor rooftop pools. The rooftop pool offers beautiful views of the city of Bath. There are lots of spa treatments available and also aromatic steam rooms.
Swim With Pigs, Big Major Cay, Bahamas
On the uninhabited island of Big Major Cay, you’re in for a rather unique trip. There is a colony of friendly wild pigs that just love to swim with the locals in the crystal clear waters of the Bahamas. They live on the beach keeping in the shade of the almond trees. But if they see a visitor arrive they’ll happily run out into the water to join them for a swim. Especially if you have treats for them! Nobody knows how the pigs arrived on the island as it is isolated and pigs aren’t native to this exotic isle. But they are simply delightful and make for a pretty cool swimming experience.
Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
For the ultimate sky-high swimming pool take a dip in the Marina Bay Sands infinity pool in Singapore. It’s 57 levels high and 500 feet long making it the world’s largest rooftop infinity pool. It also overlooks the dazzling city skyline, and as you swim to the edge, it looks as if you are falling right over to the sparkling city below. The backdrop of skyscrapers makes for incredible photo opportunities. And with Champagne on offer too, you’ll definitely want to spend a few hours relaxing up here among the clouds.
Golden Nugget, The Tank, Las Vegas
For the definitive thrill seeking swim, head to the Golden Nugget in Las Vegas. This unique, award-winning pool is called The Tank. And from here you can swim amongst a 20-gallon tank of sharks and sea creatures while you’re enclosed in the pools super cool water tube. As you slide on down a shark may just sidle right up to you. Hopefully, there are no cracks!