Jun 13, 2017

We loved looking through our last blog on 10 AMAZING POOLS YOU WISH YOU COULD SWIM IN RIGHT NOW so much that we decided to do another one! Happy wanderlust!

Boucan by Hotel Chocolate: St Lucia

This 50 foot infinity pool is spectacular. It’s lined with black quartz, and the water acts as a mirror to the incredible scenery of the Piton Mountains and rainforest surrounding it. As if the pool weren’t fantastic enough as it was, it’s also based in the Boucan Hotel by Hotel Chocolate, so you’ll never be short of delicious chocolate!

Jumeirah Dhevanafushi: Maldives

When night falls over the Meradhoo Island of the Maldives, millions of stars become visible. Inspired by this, the designers of this pool at Jumeirah Dhevanafushi scattered the floor of the resorts pool with hundreds of twinkling lights.

Chongwe River House, Zambia

The Chongwe area is famous for huge male elephants which can be seen feeding, drinking and playing either in or along the river Zambezi. 

Potato Head Beach Club: Bali, Indonesia

In the centre of this pool sits a bar submerged in the water. Grab a Bintang beer and watch the sun set over the Indian Ocean… all from the comfort of the pool!

Treyarnon Bay Natural Lagoon: Cornwall, England

This completely natural pool is the perfect place to take a dip on an English summer’s day when the tide is out. Or, if you’re feeling a little braver, you can join the many other surfboarders and body boarding braving the chilly Cornish sea. 

Amangiri Utah: Arizona, USA.

Tucked into the canyons of the American Southwest, this pool is the ultimate place to relax and feel at one with desert nature.

Cambrian Hotel: Swiss Alps, Switzerland.

This heated outdoor pool truly offers one of the most stunning views possible from a pool.

Pozo Azul Natural Pools: Spain

Pozo Azul literally means ‘blue pit’, and it’s clear to see why these crystal clear natural waters are popular with locals and tourists alike. Just outside the ancient town of Covanera, this pool is a must visit if you are near the Cantabrian Mountains in northern Spain.

Marina Bay Sands Rooftop Infinity Pool: Singapore

From pools in the middle of natural jungles to a pool in the middle of a human jungle! The Marina Bay Sands rooftop infinity pool is 57 levels above the glittering city-skyline of Singapore. If you’re brave enough, the views are well worth it.

Andbeyond Phinda Homestead: South Africa

What makes this pool so spectacular is not so much the pool itself, but more the fact that herds of elephants can come right up to it for a drink! This pool allows you to truly immerse yourself in an African safari experience; amazing.

If you're feeling inspired you can sign up to the Aspire Channel Swim 2017 HERE!