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Biggest Swimming Pools in the World | List of the Largest Pools

This list features the biggest, most spectacular swimming pools in the world. These giant pools include some of the newest and most beautiful swimming pools on eart.

Bucket list: Travel to Chile to swim in the largest pool in the world that covers 20 acres! #bucketlist #dream

Swim in the Largest Pool in the World at San Alfonso Del Mar, Chile

Largest Swimming Pool in the World in Algarrobo, Chile covers 20 acres Swimming with no worries about sea creatures

Bucket list: jump into a pool full of Jello!!!!!!!!!!!! Don't know why, but wouldn't it be so cool?

Jump Into a Pool Full of Jello

Bucket list: jump into a pool full of Jello! I dreamt once I went to a jello pool party and everyone dressed up like a piece of fruit.

40 Things to Do in Denver for $10 or Less

40 Things to Do in Denver for $10 or Less

Reflection Canyon, located on the side of Lake Powell in the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, is known for its stunning colorful reflections. It's typically reached either by boat or through a road called the Hole-in-the-Rock Road.

Balmorhea State Park in west Texas at the base of the Texas mountains. Spring-fed lake swimming pool.

World's largest spring-fed swimming pool ~ Balmorhea State Park in west Texas. Went here as a kid, would love to go again !

Camping adventure inside the world's third largest cave! Hike through the lush jungle in central Vietnam to reach this natural marvel, camp overnight and hike back out. This cave is so large it has it's own beach! Quang Binh Province, Vietnam.

Camping Inside The World's 3rd Largest Cave!

Vietnam camping adventure inside the world's third largest cave! Hike through the lush jungle in central Vietnam to reach this natural marvel, camp overnight and hike back out. This cave is so large it has it's own beach!

Cenote Ik Kil, Yucatan, Mexico. millie says, "if i were a mermaid, i would swim in there."

Ik Kil Cenote - Yucatan, Mexico Been to this cenote twice! So beautiful & fun to swim in! If you get there in the timeframes that tourist buses aren't there, you get to really enjoy it!

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