The natural world is replete with spectacular sights and lagoons are some of the most beautiful. When visiting Fiji, the vacation would be incomplete without a visit to Nanuya Levu. Though privately owned, the lagoon is well worth the effort for the deepening shades of blue bordered by the sandy brown shore on one side and lush green peaks on the other create an image that is difficult to forget. The Blue Lagoon in Iceland is yet another aesthetically pleasing attraction but with medicinal qualities as well, for many suffering from diseases such as psoriasis has claimed an improvement having bathed in the lagoon. The Red Lagoon in Bolivia provides a stark contrast with its scarlet waters caused by red sediments and pigmentation. When staying in luxury resorts in the Caribbean, the Chalk Sound National Park in the Turks and Caicos Island beckons with yet another beautiful lagoon. The lagoon is a beautiful place to visit and can be accessed by staying at a nearby resort such as Parrot Cay by COMO.
The Chalk Sound National Park will appear on your right when driving along South Dock Road towards Sapodilla Bay and is easily one of the best attractions of the Providenciales Island. The Island is part of the Turks and Caicos Islands and is home to around 25, 000 people and is serviced by its own Airport making the Park quite accessible. Further, Providenciales is an excellent place for diving as the ocean is superbly clear and, at certain times of the year, tourists can even witness Humpback Whales as they migrate across the ocean.
Chalk Sound National Park itself is an immensely beautiful lagoon with uniquely turquoise waters dotted with small islands. The Park is an excellent place to overlook while having a meal and many tourists find it difficult not to take photographs of its intense panoramic beauty.
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