Some people like the smell of chlorine, a smell which reminds them that they are just a little bit closer to a strenuous workout for the heart and lungs. Some people are indifferent the smell of chlorine, and some – Like me, CAN’T STAND the smell of chlorine!

If you loathe the smell of chlorine, just like me, this is just the list for you!
This is a list of the world’s most amazing natural pools.

Not only these pools have no chlorine in them – every pool down below is nature’s very own crazy work of art, Here we go:





#10 – The Hexagon Pool, Israel
The pool it self can be found at the bottom of a canyon, The Hexagon Pool is named after the shape of the…READ MORE>>The Hexagon Pool, Israel

#9 – Semuc Champey, Guatemala
The park main attraction is made out of a natural bridge of limestone…READ MORE>>

Semuc Champey, Guatemala

#8 – Queen’s Bath, Kauai, Hawaii
a natural tide pool on the island of Kaua’i, a part of….READ MORE>>

Queen’s Bath, Kauai, Hawaii

#7 – Lava Pools, Porto Moniz, Portugal
The enchanting Lava-rock pools of Porto Moniz are...READ MORE>>

Lava-rock pools of Porto Moniz are

#6 – Gunlom Falls, Australia
nature’s only natural infinity pools…READ MORE>>

natural infinity pools

#5 – Devil’s Pool, Zambia
One of the most amazing natural waterborne phenomenons or as…READ MORE>>

 Devil’s Pool, Zambia

#4 – Ik Kil cenote, Yucatán, Mexico
a popular stop on the way to the ancient Mayan city of Chichen Itza…READ MORE>>


#3 – Hamilton Pool Preserve, USA
A naturally collapsed grotto became a cool and serene recreational pool for...READ MORE>>

Hamilton Pool Preserve, USA

#2 – Bimmah Sinkhole, Oman
he water in the pool are in a unique shade of vibrant Turquoise…READ MORE>>

Bimmah Sinkhole, Oman

#1 – Tosua Ocean Trench, Samoa
Probably the world’s most incredible natural pool, about 30 meters down from the ground level…READ MORE>>

Tosua Ocean Trench, Samoa

Tosua Ocean Trench, Samoa