World’s Largest Swimming Pool

Devil’s Pool, at Victoria Falls, in Zimbabwe. It’s just one of those sights that simply takes your breath away. This man-made wonder is 1013 meters long covers 80 acres, its deepest end reaches 115ft and it holds 66 million gallons of water. If you want to take a dip in the world’s largest swimming pool you’ll have to travel to San Alfonso Del Mar in Algarrobo, Chile, where a computer-controlled suction and filtration system continuously pumps water from the ocean, keeping crystal clear.
Although it wasn’t cheap, costing around $2 billion to build and another $4 million/year for maintenance, the pool seems to be worth it as it has been attracting huge crowds of curious tourists, since it opened in December.

1 comment:

  1. This swimming pool is really breath taking! Having a depth of 115 ft. and holding 66 million gallons of water, this pool feels like an ocean. What makes it more fascinating is that it simply uses a filtration system and pumps water from the ocean. This pool is ecologically friendly because it does not use fresh or tap water which everyone uses for their daily needs. This really makes it more enjoyable to swim in the pool!