The Great Blue Hole - Belize. The 'Great Blue Hole' is 124m deep and part of the famous Lighthouse Reef, 70km from mainland Belize. The father of SCUBA, Jacques Costeau, called it one of the 'top 10 places to dive in the world' – and it's now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It's not the deepest though. It sinks to just over 200m – out of reach for all but the most extreme divers.
Blue Hole in Santa Rosa, NM | Blue Hole appears in the midst of the desert like a great blue gem. ( Agua Negra Chiquita) Once known as Blue Lake, it is one of seven sister lakes connected underground by a vast system of water.
Santa Rosa Blue Hole - This is a beautiful place in a town where there's not much else. It's on the old Route 66, so if you're heading to Albuquerque via that route, make sure to stop off and see it. And if you don't mind cold water (62ºF year round), take a suit and have a dip.
Blue Holes in Espiritu Santo Island, Vanuatu - Located just west of Fiji, on the Espiritu Santo island of Vanuatu you'll find some of the most crystal clear blue waters you've ever laid eyes on. Called blue holes, they're large, deep pools of clear, fresh water that come to the surface through layers of limestone and coral.
The Blue Hole, Santa Rosa, New Mexico The name is spot on. It’s just a giant, 80 ft deep blue hole, but it’s a swimming and scuba diving dream come true. And at a year round temperature of 64 degrees, you don’t have to wait till summer to wade in these tranquil, cerulean blue waters.