What makes a pool incredible or unbelievable? Usually it’s a combination of depth, naturalness and the type of water it contains or the places it’s located in. Below you’ll find the craziest ones. Here are the 10 most incredible and insane pools in the world. Both natural and man-made, how are such places even possible?
Nemo 33 – Brussels
We begin with Nemo 33 found in Brussels, of Belgium. This is known as the deepest man-made pool in the world and is specifically used for divers who want to practice diving and want to accustom or challenge themselves to reach new depths before venturing into the open sea. It’s crazy how deep it goes and what an experience it is to reach the bottom. Very few people manage to touch the bottom though. After all, if it wasn’t this hard, it wouldn’t be a challenge. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Devil’s Pool – Victoria Falls
This is a natural pool and one of the most insane in the world because it’s located on the edge of the Victoria Falls, one of the biggest waterfalls in the world. Would you dare to dive there? Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
SkyPark Pool – Singapore
This is known as one of the highest infinity pools in the world. Located in Sands Marina Bay Hotel and overlooking the city of Singapore, it’s one of the most incredible pools to be in. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Greek Island Infinity Pool
Not only is this an insanely minimalist infinity pool but it’s also the roof of the house. Yup, the house is under the pool and when looking at it from above it creates the illusion that there is no house. Amazing pool. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Grand Wailea Water Elevator
This pool is special because you don’t swim in it or chill but it’s more of a waterpark attraction that starts with volume of water and slowly increases creating the feeling of a pool elevator, raising you higher. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Homestead Crater Pool – Utah
This pools water is naturally heated, which means it’s always warm and it’s a large natural pool within a limestone cave. So it’s massive with plenty of space to explore and you’ll never be cold in it. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Hanging Gardens – Bali
Bali is known for its exotic all inclusive paradise resorts so it’s only natural a gorgeous infinity pool is part of them. The one in Hanging Gardens offers incredible views of the inifnite Bali green. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
This is not a pool you can swim in but it’s definitely still a pool, just more like a work of art. The illusion created by it makes it seem as if people inside it are underwater walking but the truth is there’s no water inside even though your eyes can see the surface. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Cenote Ik Kil – Mexico
This is another massive natural pool in Mexico. It is known as one of the best diving spots in the world and that’s why the pool is so popular. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Beer Pool – Starkenberger Brewery
Have you ever considered swimming in a pool filled with beer? Now you have. You might be thinking, what’s the point? Well, it is said that beer is good for the skin so swimming in a pool of warm beer is what Starkenberger Brewery is offering its visitors. Would you do it?