Surrounded by an incredible backdrop of the rolling Andes Mountain range and rocky shorelines, Laguna Colorada is a sight to behold. Practically skimming the Chilean border, this 23-square-mile beautiful pink lake has a maximum depth of nearly five feet. Its shallow waters make for the perfect hangout spot for Chilean, Andean, and the endangered James’ flamingos. The best part? It’s easily accessible and is surrounded by several small villages where travelers can stay overnight.
Since its discovery in 1802, Lake Hillier has drawn in curious visitors from all over the world. Located on an island in Western Australia, this pink lake is 1,968 feet long and 820 feet wide. The lake’s pink hue is most vivid when viewed from above, and there are plenty of helicopter services available. The only downside:The helicopters can’t land there, but you can still take great photos. Here are 6 of the coolest glowing beaches in the world.