Thursday, June 21, 2012

These are deep holes with stunning natural beauty and desirable destination of love to explore.
A. Dean's Blue

Located off Clarence Town, Bahamas, Dean's Blue hole is a deep blue sea on the planet, with a depth of 202m. They are named after local land owner. Dean's Blue is located in a small bay and is one of the most famous places in the world with scuba diving enthusiasts. At the Vertical Blue free diving competition was held here in April / 2008, 25 national records and 5 world records broken. Then, diving athlete William Trubridge from New Zealand also broke the record for free diving at a depth of 84m world without using diving fins.
Two. Bimmah

This hole is formed naturally when the unstable ground collapsed. Here, there is a 500m long underwater tunnel leading to the sea, creating a mix of freshwater and seawater in the hole. These holes can dive, but the tide "extreme" that divers in danger. Bimmah holes located sites Dibab, Oman about 6km.
3. Great Blue

Great Blue is a submarine crater, about 70km off the coast of Belize. It is located near the center of Lighthouse atolls. Deep pit, 124M, has a mouth diameter circle 300. Great Blue is part of the Belize Barrier reef conservation, the region is a UNESCO natural heritage of mankind. Great Blue Hole is a desirable destination for divers around the world. Here, they have a chance encounter rare species like grouper, Caribbean reef sharks or the sharks are black.
4. Ik Kil

Ik Kil is a popular pit outside the city Tinum, Yucatán, Mexico. It is located in the center of the northern Yucatán peninsula and is part of the Ik Kil Park Archaeology. Places are open for people to swim and tours by bus. Hole depth of 40m, 60m diameter mouth. The visit to the pit can cling to a steep stone staircase. In addition, the Ik Kil is the abode of a rare species of catfish.
Five. Red Lake

Red Lake is where the limestone near the town of Imotski, Croatia. This hole is known for a lot of caves and cliffs over 241m high water level. The depth of the hole discovered is 530m. Red Lake can hold about 25-30 million m3, making it the 3rd largest crater in the world. Under the groundwater pit should be kept stable water level.
6. Zacaton

Zacaton hot water is water holes located in Aldama city, the northern state of Tamaulipas, Mexico. This sink hole is the world's deepest water depth 335M. NASA ever measured the water hole of 319m, while the non-aqueous media is 6m. Zacaton is the only hole 5 hole at Rancho La Azufrosa have significant water flow. Their names derived from the dry grassy islands float and move freely on the water in the pit.
7. Morning Glory

This is one of the most beautiful lakes in the world. It is located in Yellowstone Park in Wyoming, USA. The depth of the hole is 4 m. The name "Morning Glory" is set in 1880 because it con braid flower varieties. A specific color of this hole is caused by a bacteria that live in water. However, Morning Glory had a risk of losing color characteristics, when a road was opened nearby, and that inspired many famous visitors throw a coin into the pit, threatening the survival of bacteria.
8. Neversink Pit

Neversink Pit in Alabama is a limestone pit, USA. This is one of the holes to attract the photography world, so stunning with green moss on the rocks and firmly attach the waterfalls. This crater has a depth of 50m, 12m wide and mouth open wide at the base of 30m. Neversink Pit is also a haven for bats and several species of rare ferns are endangered.
9. Giant's Kettle

This is an amazing destination to travelers in Rovaniemi, Finland. This hole has the shape of a giant kettle with a diameter of 5.7 - 8 m and 15.4 m height. Here, they are divided into two parts and contains only a little water.
10. Balaa

Balaa pit north Lebanon. It has a depth of approximately 250m. Most surprising point is the waterfall over the rocks.


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