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Laguna Bacalar, Mexico: Laguna Bacalar

Laguna Bacalar

(Mexico)

769 acres

82 feet max. depth

Laguna Bacalar boasts bright tropical birds that chatter overhead in coconut palms draped in orchids so exotic that they are reserved for special occasions in most parts of the world. Sailboats glide across the turquoise water, while on the shore sunbathers bake on the white sand beach. Called "Laguna de Siete Colores" or "Lake of Seven Colors," Laguna Bacalar and the surrounding shore offer a kaleidoscope ... Read full review

Laguna Bacalar, Mexico: Laguna Bacalar

Laguna Bacalar

(Mexico)

769 acres

82 feet max. depth

Laguna Bacalar boasts bright tropical birds that chatter overhead in coconut palms draped in orchids so exotic that they are reserved for special occasions in most parts of the world. Sailboats glide across the turquoise water, while on the shore sunbathers bake on the white sand beach. Called "Laguna de Siete Colores" or "Lake of Seven Colors," Laguna Bacalar and the surrounding shore offer a kaleidoscope ... Read full review

Viedma Lake, Santa Cruz, Argentina: Viedma Lake Mountains & Ice Floes

Viedma Lake

(Santa Cruz, Argentina)

268,851 acres

125 miles of shoreline

997 feet max. depth

820 feet above sea level

One of the most spectacular destinations in the Patagonia region of Argentina is Viedma Lake. Locally known as Lago Viedma, this massive lake is formed by the Viedma glacier in Glaciers National Park. With an estimated surface area of nearly 270,000 acres, Viedma Lake is one of the largest glacially-formed lake in the region*. The lake is named after the Spanish explorer Antonio de Viedma, the first ... Read full review

Loch Maree, Scotland, United Kingdom: Sunset at Loch Maree

Loch Maree

(Scotland, United Kingdom)

7,067 acres

31 miles of shoreline

375 feet max. depth

33 feet above sea level

Remote, desolate, historic, beautiful: all of these describe Loch Maree. Located in the Highlands and Morey Region of Northwestern Scotland, Loch Maree is the fourth largest Loch in Scotland and the largest north of Loch Lomond. Fed by the Kinlochewe River and multiple smaller rivers, it forms the headwaters of the River Ewe. The River Ewe empties into Loch Ewe, a bay on the west seacoast of Scotland, ... Read full review

Winter Haven Chain of Lakes, Florida, USA: Waterskiing Show at Cypress Gardens

Winter Haven Chain of Lakes

(Florida, USA)

10,500 acres

131 feet above sea level

The Winter Haven Chain of Lakes is a very special place. These natural, spring-fed lakes in Florida's West Central region have delighted residents and visitors for over a hundred years. Before hordes of tourists descended on the coastal beaches to vacation and enjoy the salt air, this middle-Florida region saw development from the more leisurely kind of visitors . . the kind who came to fish, golf ... Read full review

Loch Ness, Scotland, United Kingdom: Scenic View of Loch Ness

Loch Ness

(Scotland, United Kingdom)

13,937 acres

754 feet max. depth

52 feet above sea level

In the Scottish Highlands, the air is clear. The mountains roll on and on, like large lumbering animals. Breathtaking glens, left by the cutting passage of glacial ice, lie open under a sky picturesque with sun rays piercing through parting clouds; you can almost touch it. Natural freshwater lochs fill deep, gorged basins and the most famous one of them all continues to captivate the imaginations ... Read full review

Quarry Lakes, California, USA: Horseshoe Lake Fishing Pier

Quarry Lakes

(California, USA)

350 acres

4 miles of shoreline

33 feet above sea level

In an amazing display of landscape renovation, California's Bay Area created a much-loved recreational area featuring the Quarry Lakes. Horseshoe, Rainbow and Lago Los Osos Lakes are the centerpiece of this 471-acre suburban park. As the name indicates, the three lakes were once gravel quarries along the Alameda Creek where gravel was mined to build the western leg of the transcontinental railroad ... Read full review

Tenmile Lake, Oregon, USA: Wildlife at Tenmile Lake

Tenmile Lake

(Oregon, USA)

1,958 acres

43 miles of shoreline

27 feet max. depth

13 feet above sea level

Tenmile Lake is a large, recreational lake near the city of Lakeside in Coos County, Oregon. Tenmile Lake is actually two lakes, North Tenmile Lake and (South) Tenmile Lake, which are connected by a short canal. The lakes were formed by sand dunes during glacial activity which created an impoundment on Tenmile Creek. Today, the two lakes combined offer 1,958 acres of pristine water for a wide range ... Read full review

Lake Placid, New York, USA: Adirondack National Park at Lake Placid

Lake Placid

(New York, USA)

2,170 acres

151 feet max. depth

1,857 feet above sea level

Set among tall pines and white birches in the gorgeous Adirondack Mountains in upstate New York, Lake Placid is a spring-fed, sparkling 2,173-acre lake that offers year round beauty and entertainment for residents and visitors alike. Internationally known for hosting the 1932 and 1980 Winter Olympic games, the village of Lake Placid has become a bustling resort community where you can experience all ... Read full review

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