Taking a dip in a pool or in a beach is so relaxing. However, pools and beaches are too crowded sometimes for you to enjoy. That’s why we often opt to unfrequented places such as secluded natural pools.

The best thing about these secluded natural pools is that they are not overly crowded. You can enjoy dipping without worrying about your privacy. And of course being ‘natural’ means no chlorine added on the pristine waters unlike man-made pools.

However, natural pools are a little bit tricky to find, you don’t have to worry because Metro has already done that part for you. Here are the world’s most beautiful secluded natural pools:

1. The Subway, left fork of North Creek in Zion Natural Park, Utah
D33Y1H The Subway. Left Fork of North Creek. Zion National Park, Utah.
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2. Port Lincoln, South Australia
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3. Auditorium Cesar Manrique Cave, Canary Islands
Auditorium Cesar Manrique. Jameos del Agua. Cave. Volcanic tunnel. Designed by Cesar Manrique. Haria. Lanzarote. Canary Islands. Spain. Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO.
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4. Morning Glory Pool in Yellowstone National Park
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5. Hot Spring, Wyoming, USA
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6. Blue River, Tenorio National Park in Costa Rica
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7. Grotta del Cammello, Sicily
Italy, Sicilia, Marettimo, Grotta Del Cammello (Photo by Marka/UIG via Getty Images)
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8. To Sua Ocean Trench, Samoa
To Sua
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9. Sannox Burn, North Glen Sannox, Isle of Arran
Calm Pool reflecting the sky, in the Sannox Burn, North Glen Sannox, Isle of Arran.
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10. Havasu Creek, Arizona
Calcium carbonate and magnesium occur naturally in the waters of Havasu Creek. The pools and natural dams form when the calcium carbonate precipitates out of the water and deposits onto rocks, branches, or man made structures (after a devastating flood) building up over time.
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11. Mini pool at the Sahara Desert, Morocco
When there is rain water accumulates in the desert E of the Air Mtns.
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12. The Big Hole, Kimberley Diamond Mine, South Africa
CXC6A5 The Big Hole, Kimberley diamond mine, now filled with water, South Africa, Africa
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13. Cay Sal Bank, Bahamas
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14. Bell Gorge, Gibb River Road, Kimberley, Western Australia
The largely unsealed Gibb River Road follows an old stock route through the heart of the Kimberley, Western Australia. Bell Gorge is a popular swimming hole for locals and travellers.
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Aren’t these pools blissful heavenly? Have you been to any of these places? Share your experience in the comments below.