The most beautiful water landscapes in the world

The greatest experiences we can have are those made possible by Nature. Nothing done by men can surpass them – the Natural world offers the most incredible things that ever existed and those are the real luxury experiences we can have. Design Limited Edition brings you a selection of the most amazing water landscapes around the world. They all have something that doens’nt seem to belong to this world, yet marvellous. Sit back and enjoy!


Incredible water landscape #1 – Great Blue Hole

Amazing nature paradiseThe Great Blue Hole is located in Lighthouse Reef, Belize. It was a vertical cave above ground during the past ice ages, but with time, the rising ocean levels flooded the 400 feet deep cave.

Incredible water landscape #2 – Eleuthera Island, Bahamas

Incredible nature destination

In the island of Eleuthera, there is bridge called the Glass Window Bridge. There, you can see the incredible deep dark blue of the Atlantic Ocean on one side and the aquamarine of the Caribbean Sea on the other.

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Incredible water landscape #3 – Plitvice Lakes, Croatia

Plitvice Waterfalls

Plitvice Lakes is a series of 16 lakes that are interconnected by gorgeous waterfalls which cascade down rock formations. The lakes change colors from azure and green to gray and blue.

Incredible water landscape #4 – Abraham Lake in Alberta, Canada

"most beautiful water landscapes in the world"In wintertime bubbles get frozen right underneath Abraham’s Lake surface. Often referred to as ice bubbles or frozen bubbles, it’s methane gas that freezes as it gets released from the lake’s plant-eating bacteria.

Incredible water landscape #5 – Lake Baikal, Russia

Siberia has a beautiful nature power

Lake Baikal is the oldest freshwater lake on Earth. During the cold months, the Siberian lake freezes over and a combination of wind, temperature differences, frost and sun cause the ice crust to crack and ice hummocks to form. These masses of broken ice are a gorgeous turquoise color and look like shards of glass breaking free of the lake.

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