Rotomairewhenua - most transparent lake in the world
There are a New Zealand lake, with a surface which can be viewed underwater world at a depth of up to eighty meters. According to the scientists, lake or Rotomairewhenua Blue Lake rightly be regarded as the most transparent in the world.
Why Blue Lake? With the Maori language name Rotomairewhenua it is translated. How to claim the researchers, the lake water is considered almost distilled, as it is optically transparent. Rotomairewhenua located in Nelson Lakes National Park, on the southern island. The color palette of the lake is characterized by blue-violet hue, due to glacial waters flowing whole system kind of filtering through different rocks.