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Photo gallery: 9 Swimming destinations that will forever change the way you think of pools

Blue Lagoon, Geothermal Spa — Iceland

Blue Lagoon, Geothermal Spa, Iceland
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In the 1970s a geothermal power facility was constructed in the area. Shortly thereafter, people discovered the effects on the water and started swimming in this pool for pleasure and its mineral-rich waters.

Blue Lagoon, Geothermal Spa, Iceland
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Devil’s Pool, Victoria Falls — Zimbabwe

Devil's Pool, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
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It’s as dangerous as it is thrilling, and that’s exactly why people swim at the edge of this monstrous waterfall.

Devil's Pool, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
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Infinity Pools in the Forest — Bali, Indonesia

Hanging Gardens, Infinity Pool in the Forest — Bali, Indonesia
Photo: deversoria.com

Are you afraid of heights? Much like the Skypark infinity pool in Singapore, this pool touts incredible views, but instead of looking at a city skyline, you’ll feel like you’re in the middle of a forest. The curves and structure of the pool are said to mimic the shapes of the hills nearby.

The photo below is from a different pool in the same resort area.

infinity pool indonesia
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