Located in Midway, Utah, Homestead Crater is a 55-foot tall, limestone rock that nature has hollowed out and filled with 90° to 96° F water. This is the first of three natural pools on our list.
The Sarojin, Thailand
An exceptional boutique beach resort in Thailand that allows for relaxation, freedom, and inspiration, the Sarojin is the only pool on our list to offer overwater bungalows for a truly luxurious experience.
Altira Hotel, Macau
The Altira Hotel in Macau has a one-of-a-kind indoor swimming pool which seems to be connected with the horizon. Take a trip here to take a dip and enjoy all the buzz and casinos that Macau is known for.
The Lalu, Taiwan
Nested on the shores of Sun Moon Lake, this heated pool is the longest swimming pool in Taiwan (60 meters long). It is one heck of a lap pool for those of you who like swimming as an exercise. Come the month of February; the surrounding trees erupt with pastel pink cherry blossom making this a gorgeous sight!
Devil's Pool, Victoria Falls, Zambia
This natural rock pool at the top of Victoria Falls has come to be known as the Devil’s Pool. Located at the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe, the fall is 355 feet high. Every year from September to December, when the water level is low, you can be one of the lucky few to swim in the Devil’s Pool.