The Most beautiful lakes in the world
Fresh and salt, deep and shallow, crystal clear and azure are some of the epithets, which can describe a beautiful creation of nature – lake. We offer you a selection of the most beautiful, in our view, lakes of the world.
Plitvice lakes in Croatia
Plitvice lakes is a group, consisting of 16 lakes of various sizes. They are in Croatia, among the bright, saturated greenery of the Mediterranean sea. The unique beauty of the lakes — that they all are interconnected in a variety of exciting waterfalls. Starting the trip on Plitvice lakes, start with, which is below the other, gradually moving higher. This holiday will certainly leave you a lot of impressions. Be sure to visit Great falls (Great Slap), whose height is about 230 feet. Be prepared for the fact that on the way you can see not only wild ducks, and wolves, and even bears. What else can you expect from wild nature?
Lake Malawi in Africa
Lake Malawi occupies 3 place among the largest lakes of Africa. It is located at an altitude of 700 meters above sea level, namely at the intersection of Mozambique, Malawi and Tanzania. The length of the lake is 584 km, while the width of the reservoir in some areas exceeds 80 kilometers. The number of different species of fish found in the waters of the lake, is impressive – there are more than 1000 diverse species of fish, the most interesting of which are freshwater fish mbuna, have been known to eat directly from human hands. But fans can explore the underwater world can enjoy his indescribable beauty.
The southern part of this beautiful lake, along with adjacent territories form freshwater national Park – the first of its kind. Since 1984 it is in the list of UNESCO world heritage sites.
Loch of Lomond in Scotland
If you are a lover of travel, you have probably heard about one of the most beautiful lakes on the planet – Loch Lomond. Surrounded by a multitude of steep slopes and hills, as well as a fascinating ancient castles, it looks like the revived Roman painting of the middle ages. The length of the lake is 24 miles. There are many Islands of different sizes – from very tiny, which go under water during the tides, to huge, which are inhabited by Scots for centuries. On the largest island called Inchmurrin are the main attractions of this area – the former hunting residence of the kings of Lennox castle, built in the 14th century, and ruins of an ancient monastery Dating back to the 7th century.