Divine – Destinations With The Bluest Water In The World

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Wakatobi, Indonesia

Located in the Sulawesi Tenggara Province, the Wakatobi islands are the perfect destination for travelers looking for a peaceful island getaway far from the sun-worshipping crowds.
The regency of Wakatobi is an acronym of the islands that covers Wangi Wangi, Kaledupa, Binongko, and Tomia.
This unspoiled natural beauty has one of the best diving and snorkeling spots in the world, and it offers an amazing experience where you can explore surroundings that are absolutely breathtaking. Also, you will enjoy the unique culture and food.

Maldives Islands

The Maldives is located in the Indian Oceana and has around 1,190 islands and sandbanks. Every island is encircled with a lagoon with crystal clear water and protected by a reef structure. The waters that surround the islands are what it makes so special and spectacular. Snorkeling is a must-do when you visit this paradise on earth.
In the past few years, The Maldives has become the go-to destination for a romantic and unforgettable honeymoon.

To Sua Ocean Trench, Samoa

The To Sua aka “big hole with water coming out of it” is one of the most unusual and unique places in the world. It is located in the middle of the lava field near Lotofaga village atop a jut out edge of coastline on the south coast of Samoa’s major island of Upolo.
This 30-meter, almost perfectly symmetrical swimming hole is surrounded by luxuriant vegetation, and the only way to access it and swim in this breathtaking waters is via a ladder.


Mauritius is a beautiful tropical destination in the Indian Ocean. It’s 1,130 kilometers east of Madagascar, off the south-eastern coast of Africa.
This heavenly place is known for its pristine beaches, cascading waterfalls, and luxury accommodations. Beaches are something you don’t want to miss out if you visit this place, and there are various water sports you can try.

Linapacan Island, Philippines

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It is well known that the Philippines has some of the world’s best and most beautiful beaches, islands, and diving spots. This island is in an isolated province and home to many beaches with crystal clear water. On the island live just 14,180 people.
Linapacan is actually a municipality in Palawan – an archipelago located between El Nido and Coron with 1,780 islands.

Cala Macarelleta, Menorca

Cala Macarella is one of Menorca’s most known bays and contains the more secluded Cala Macarelleta. On the southwestern side of Menorca, this incredible bay is a mix of white sand beaches and turquoise water that is really clear and shallow. These beaches are perfect for family vacations and it’s a perfect swimming spot.
If you want to relax in a quiet and beauty, Cala Macarella is the perfect spot because it is probably one of the least-crowded beaches that can be found in Spain.

Sabah, Malaysia

Sabah merges protected jungles with tropical islands spread in South China, Sulu, and the Celebes Sea. Sabah is ‘the pearl of Borneo’. It has various beach retreats and ecotourism activities.
The East Malaysian state also features jungle retreats, hundreds of kilometers of coastline, and some of the world’s best diving spots.

Bodrum, Turkey

Along the southern coast of the peninsula of the same name, Bodrum has an ancient history. It was the site of one of the 7 Wonders of the Ancient World – the Mausoleum at Halicarnassus.
Bodrum is for sure the right place for a sailing holiday and it has some amazingly clear water.
Also, visiting historical ruins, Greek islands, small coastal resorts, and hidden bays, is an unforgettable experience.

Algarve, Portugal

If you do not pay a visit and swim in Lagos, your trip to the Algarve region of Portugal is not complete. With amazing beaches stretching along the coast, as far as the eye can see you’ll find golden sands and clear water.


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