The Most Beautiful Lakes in The World
Despite modern man’s aggression against nature,some beauties of the world which are far from civilization try to remain intact.Surreal beautiful,incredibly pure and transparent ,all these amazing lakes are located in wonderful surroundings that leads you on the spot to peace and inner reflection.Each lake is different,each has other beauties,whether lakes are spinkled with mineral accumulations,or have unusual colors or are inhabited by rare birds and animals ,each of these lakes has something special.
You must to know that Plitvice Lakes National Park is the biggest tourist attraction in Croatia. The lakes is located in the mountainous region called Lika.The park is a karst system which consists of 16 lakes that have the common denominator River Plitvice.These are divided into two parts and so they has became known as the Upper Lakes and the Lower Lakes. These 16 lakes have different colors from green to blue or gray.A piece of heaven is right here on Earth.
It is found in the Upper Carniola region and is named after the Bled Castle. Beauty is given by its reflection in the lake waters. The lake is compact, and ringed by forested slopes that look out on to the enchanting island in its centre. Bled Castle dominates the north shore from the top of a sheer cliff face. The lake is a fairytale spot for walking, swimming or just relaxing.
This lake was formed in a volcanic crater and is located the Akan National Park on Hokkaido Island. It is one of the clearest lakes in the world and is surrounded by a wall 200 feet high.Was formed about 32,000 years ago and the crater was formed about 7000 years after the eruption.A real paradise.
It is considered one of the most beautiful lakes in Pakistani Kashmir. And it rightly as the water reflects the sky’s Kachura to maximum lake depth of 70 meters. The Kachura Lakes are two lakes in the Skardu District of Gilgit-Baltistan, northern Pakistan. The lakes, at 2,500 metres in elevation, are Upper Kachura Lake and Lower Kachura Lake. The lakes are in the Karakoram mountain range of the western Himalayas, the greater Kashmir region, and in the Indus River basin.
Loch Lomond, Scotland largest of the Scottish lakes, lying across the southern edge of the Highlands. Looks so unreal that you think a painter came with cloth and placed this beauty there.