Pink Lake (Lake Hillier), Australia: This salt lake in Western Australia has an incredible natural phenomena – the color of the water is pink.
The Dead Sea, Israel & Jordan: At 1,360 feet below sea level, the Dead Sea is the lowest point on earth.
Lake Nakuru, Kenya: Located within Lake Nakuru National Park, near Nairobi, this lake is unique because it attracts countless flamingos as well as other birds.
Frying Pan Lake, New Zealand: The Frying Pan Lake, also known as Waimangu Cauldron, is the largest hot lake in the world.
Don Juan Pond, Antarctica: Don Juan Pond or Lake Don Juan is the saltiest known body of water on earth, with a salinity level of over 40%, that’s 18 times the ocean’s salinity.
Caspian Sea: The Caspian Sea is often regarded as the largest lake in the world, but it contains an oceanic basin rather than being entirely over continental crust.
Crater Lake, Oregon, United States: Crater Lake is the 9th deepest lake in the world with depth of 594 meters (1,949 ft)! It partly fills a nearly 2,148 foot (655 m) deep caldera.
Jellyfish Lake, Palau: A small marine lake, 460 meters (1,510 ft) long and 160 meters (520 ft) wide, and with an average depth of 30 meters (100 ft).