These are 3 horrifying pools that if you don’t have a strong heart, it is best to stay away.
The most dangerous and intriguing pools from around the world. Would you swim in any of these pools? Let us know in the comments section.
It is no coincidence that this place is called "Devil's Pool". Located at the head of famous Victoria Falls, bordering Africa's Zambia and Zimbabwe borders, the devil pool is considered a challenging destination, not suitable for the faint of heart.
At an altitude of about 130m, the water of the waterfall flowing, roaring can make many people chill. If standing right on top of the waterfall that falls, you are unlikely to survive.
In fact, visitors can still swim safely on the edge of the lake, not afraid to be swept away, as there is a natural stone wall that can keep you inside. Not only swimming, many people also like to jump, even lean out to watch the waterfall.
Despite instructions of accompanying guides, every year, the Devil’s Pool still takes the lives of many people. So, if you are not brave, it is best to "step back" to see the majestic scenery of this place.
The Queen's Bath is a natural pool located in the town of Princeville on the north coast of Kauai, Hawaii. This place was originally formed from a large pool of seawater with lava blocks dating back thousands of years.
From a distance, The Queen’s Bath looks like heaven because of the turquoise, crystal clear water. But in fact, visitors are not encouraged to come here because the pool contains deadly dangers. Queen's Bath has the ability to take people's lives in the blink of an eye with the sudden huge waves from the sea. It can submerge, even sweep visitors away without any warning.
Although the dangers are always lurking, many tourists are not afraid to "challenge with death". Here, they freely swim, wade and experience the feeling of jumping from the cliffs into the pool.
This is the pool that connects 2 apartment blocks on the 10th floor of the Embassy Gardens Legacy Buildings project, South of London, the only one of its kind.
The swimming pool is located at a height of 35m, 27m long. The surrounding sides and the bottom of the pool are made of transparent glass, 20cm thick, so you can see through it, right to the ground.
Swimming in this pool is considered a memorable experience, for those who love thrills. They can swim back and forth between the two buildings and comfortably enjoy the view of London.
However, if you are afraid of heights, you will definitely faint when experiencing this lavish swimming pool.
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