Geography Of The World


Lake Bangweulu

Lake Bangweulu is a 5,800-square-mile shallow inland reservoir surrounded by sandy beaches and muddy swamps in northeastern Zambia's upper Congo River Basin.


Fort Peck Lake

The recreational activities around the lake drew the attention of people, and it quickly became a well-liked location for boating, camping, and fishing. 


Grand Prismatic Spring, Yellowstone National Park

The Grand Prismatic Spring is famous for its richly saturated coloration, being a deep blue in the center, with an outer rim that changes color.


Lake Kyoga

Lake Kyoga is a natural marvel that deserves attention. So, let's begin to explore this beautiful body of water situated in the heart of the African continent


Lake Maracaibo

Northwestern Venezuela's Lake Maracaibo is the largest lagoon in South America, and at 36 million years old, it is also one of the oldest lagoons on Earth.


Mount Townsend

Mount Townsend is located in the Buckhorn Wilderness in Washington State in the mountainous area of the famous northeastern Olympic Peninsula.


12 Crystal-Clear Lakes In The United States You Have To See

These are some of the United States' most crystal-clear lakes that visitors must see to believe, from California to Missouri!


Thracian Sea

The Thracian Sea is the northernmost extension of the Aegean Sea, which connects to the Mediterranean Sea in the South.


Kokemaenjoki River

Also known as the Kokemäen River, the Kokemaenjoki River flows in Southwestern Finland. It traces its source to Lake Pyhä.


Amazon Delta

The enigmatic Amazon Delta, often overshadowed by the Amazon Rainforest, is a thing of sheer beauty, a natural marvel.


Koge Bay

Koge Bay is a shallow but otherwise sizable body of water in Denmark. It spans some 190 square miles just South of Copenhagen.


Irish Sea

Over fifteen million people live around the Irish Sea, with at least six million living within ten kilometers (six miles) of the coast. 


Lake Managua

The lake, spanning 395 square miles, lies next to the country's capital, Managua, and is connected to Lake Nicaragua.


Lake Maggiore

Lake Maggiore is the second-largest lake in Italy and the largest in Southern Switzerland. It is recognized for its beauty, size, and history. 


Lake Cohoha

Lake Cohoha, also called Lake Cyohoha South or Cyohoha Sud, is a lake that runs along the border between Rwanda and Burundi.


Doiran Lake

Lake Doiran, also known as "Dojran Lake," is a beautiful lake resting along the North Macedonia-Greece border.


The Deepest Caves In The World

Perhaps there are even more caves to be discovered in the future, but for now, let’s look at the 10 deepest caves known in the world today.


The Deepest Canyons In The United States

Cowboys, stampeding herds, and a beauty so immense that it drives some spectators to religion: canyons are an emblem of the grand American expanse.


Lake Edward

Lake Edward is one of the smaller African Great Lakes. However, its diminished size does not make the lake any less significant.


Lake Eyre

The enigmatic turquoise Lake Eyre looks like something out of a fairytale—or, at least, a body of water you would find in a mysterious location.


Lake Gatun

The central part of Panama hosts Gatun Lake, an artificial lake that spans approximately 166 square miles (430 square kilometers),


Lake Abbe

Sometimes called Lake Abhe Bad, the lake exists on both sides of the Ethiopia and Djibouti border in the Afar Depression.


Kemi River

Known as Kemijoki in Finnish, the Kemi River is the longest river in Finland. Flowing southwest through the country, it covers a distance of around 340 miles.


Korea Strait

The Korea Strait is a large, sparkling body of water, 300 feet at its deepest point, that fills the gap between South Korea and Japan.


Koro Sea

In the Pacific Ocean, and located off the coast of the Fiji islands, the Koro Sea is a beautiful body of water, with coral reefs and surrounded by islands.


Kyparissia Gulf

Greece is well known as a popular tourist destination. One of the most beautiful places to visit in Greece is the Gulf of Kyparissia.


La Pérouse Strait

The La Perouse Strait borders the southern part of the Russian island of Sakhalin and the Japanese island of Hokkaido and flows into the Sea of Okhotsk.


Lake Balkhash

Lake Balkash is the fifteenth-largest lake in the world and the second-largest saline lake. This crescent-shaped lake is located in southeast Kazakhstan.


Lake Abaya

Lake Abaya is one of the largest lakes in Ethiopia, spanning 449 square miles, and sits at an elevation of 3,855 feet in the Main Ethiopian Rift.


Lake Assal

Lake Assal is one of the saltiest lakes in the world and is the lowest point in Africa, making it inhospitable to marine life as well as recreation.


Lake Guiers

The Lac de Guiers, or Lake Guiers, is the only lake in Senegal. This lake is the primary water source for the country and provides 50 km of fertile shores.


Akanyura River

The Akanyura River flows in Rwanda and is surrounded by lush trees and swamps, the river is important for both people and wildlife in the area.


Komoe River

The 759-km-long Komoé River forms part of the border between Burkina Faso and Ivory Coast in West Africa, stopping short before entering the Ivory Coast.


Kandalaksha Gulf

The Kandalaksha Gulf is one of the major gulfs in the White Sea. Located on Russia's northwestern coast, it is important for both humans and the environment.


Kasai River

Spanning multiple countries in the region of Central Africa, the Kasai river boasts an immense length of more than 2,000 km.


Laccadive Sea

The Laccadive Sea, the anglicized name of the Lakshadweep Sea is a body of water, and part of the Indian Ocean, near the southwestern coast of India.

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