Top 10 Tropical Lakes
Lake Nicaragua, Nicaragua: It is the largest lake in Central America, the 19th largest lake in the world (by area), and the tenth-largest in the Americas, with an area of 3,191 sq mi (8,264 km2).
Lake Malawi, Africa:With a surface area of 11,428 sq mi or 29,600 km2, it is the ninth largest lake in the world by area and the third largest and second deepest lake in Africa.
Lake Titicaca, Peru: is record-breaking for being the world’s highest lake. With a surface area of 3,232 sq mi or 8,372 km2, it’s the largest lake in South America.
Lake Bangweulu, Zambia:is a shallow lake with extensive swamps in northeastern Zambia and has a surface area of 5,830 sq mi or 15,100 sq km.
Lake Urmia, Iran:At its greatest extent, it was once the largest lake in the Middle East and the sixth-largest saltwater lake on Earth, with a surface area of approximately 2,007 sq.
Lake Victoria, Africa:With a surface area of approximately 23,145 sq mi or 59,947 km2, Lake Victoria is the largest lake in Africa, the world’s largest tropical lake.
Lake Balkhash, Kazakhstan:is the 15th largest lake in the world and one of Asia’s biggest. It’s located in southeastern Kazakhstan, in the east of Central Asia, and is part of an endorheic.
Lake Issyk-Kul, Kyrgyzstan:With a surface area of approximately 2,393 sq mi or 6,200 km2, it is the world’s seventh-deepest lake, the tenth-largest lake by volume.
Lake Turkana, Kenya:. It is the world’s largest permanent desert lake and the world’s largest alkaline lake, with a surface area of approximately 2,473 sq mi or 6,405 km2.
Lake Tanganyika, Africa:it is the world’s second-oldest freshwater lake, the second-largest by volume, and the second-deepest. with a surface area of 12,702 sq mi or 32,900 km2.