The following 6 most beautiful lakes in the world which are causing storms on Instagram will be great suggestions for your upcoming trips.
Someone has said that the world is a book and those who do not take the time to explore new lands, they only read one page in that book. But how can you decide which pages you will read in such a thick book? Because none of us knows what awaits us. One of the great ideas that will help you find an answer is: Instagram.
What are the most sought after places? Which place is attracting the most tourists on our planet? Nowhere has a better answer than hashtags on Instagram. Here are the 6 most beautiful lakes in the world that are mentioned the most on Instagram.
6 most mentioned lakes on Instagram
Lake District, United Kingdom: 2,951,548 hashtags
Located in Cumbria National Park, on the northwest coast of the United Kingdom, Lake District is about an hour’s drive from the UK-Scotland border. Dubbed one of the most beautiful lakes in England, Lake District attracts many tourists every year.
The Lake District was formed as a result of the last ice age, when glaciers melted one by one and left U-shaped valleys filled with clear water. It is also famous for its splendid mountains and dense forests, creating beautiful poetic scenery that is nowhere to be found.
Lake Michigan, USA: 2,208,442 hashtags
Lake Michigan is on the list of the 5 largest lakes in North America, and is the only lake on this list that is completely in the United States, the remaining lakes are between the United States and Canada. The lake has an area of 58,016 km2, is also the largest freshwater lake in the United States. The lake borders West to East with the states of Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana and Michigan.
Lake Michigan owns many beautiful beaches, dubbed the “Third Coast” of the US (after the Atlantic and Pacific). In addition, the lake also attracts people to travel to the United States because the reservoir contains hundreds of shipwrecks on the sandy bottom, most of them have not found the origin. Thanks to the clear blue water and beautiful natural scenery, Lake Michigan thrives on water tourism for its visitors.
Lake Como, Italy: 1,412,597 hashtags
Located at the foot of the Alps, Lake Como appears as a majestic picture of nature, it is dubbed the true gem of Italy. Lake Como is located about 45km north of Milan, in the rich Lombardy area, this is one of the largest lakes in Italy with an area of 146km2, the deepest place to 410m.
It is famous not only for its beautiful nature but also for its rich culture and identity along the lake. Guests can fully enjoy the scenery here by leisurely sailing on the lake and watching the luxurious villas along the lake. Go to Lake Como, do not forget to explore the village of Bellagio located on the tip of the peninsula. This village is famous for the ancient features of the medieval houses, many narrow alleys and stone stairs.
Dead Sea, Israel – Jordan – Palestine: 1,137,909 hashtags
The Dead Sea is located between the borders of Israel, Palestine and Jordan. It is also the deepest saltwater lake in the world. The origin of the name Dead Sea is due to the water in the lake has an unusually high salt concentration, which is 9.6 times higher than the salinity of the ocean. Visitors here do not need to know how to swim, because they can freely float without fear of sinking.
Every year, a lot of tourists visit the Dead Sea not only to relax but also to enjoy the health benefits it brings. The scientists determined that, in the Dead Sea water contains a mineral mixture helps reduce muscle and joint stress, anti-aging, mud in the Dead Sea helps smooth skin.
Loch Ness, Scotland: 528,075 hashtags
Loch Ness is the second largest lake in Scotland. The lake is 37km long, flowing through many cities of beautiful Scotland. With an area of 56km2 of water surface, the 2nd largest lake in the lakes of Scotland.
Loch Ness is famous for the mysterious story of the Loch Ness monster that has been passed down through the centuries. Plus the vastness and desolation of the Urquhart castle ruins on the coast, it adds to the mystery of the lake. Most tourists are curious about the legendary Loch Ness monster. Tourists can enjoy boat trips on Loch Ness, tours and activities such as fishing.
Lake Powell, USA: 378,492 hashtags
Powell Lake has a length of 3,000 km stretching from Southern Utah to Northern Arizona, surrounding Glen Canyon National Reserve. Every year, the lake welcomes about 2 million visitors.
Lake Powell possesses clear water flowing through orange canyons creating a majestic rare landscape. The lake has 90 large and small canyons surrounding. Traveling to Powell Lake, visitors can participate in discovering hiking sports or fishing and boating. In addition, Powell is also famous for Rainbow National Monument, one of the largest natural bridges in the world.