World’s Largest Swimming Pool is in Chile

Picture taken 15 January, 2008 and released by the San Alfonso del Mar seaside resort in Algarrobo, 95 km west from Santiago, of its huge lagoon and surrounding condominiums. Acknowledged by the Guinness World Records as the world's largest swimming pool, the lagoon measures 1,013 metres (3,323 ft)) in length, covers an area of eight hectares (20 acres), contains 250,000 cubic meters of water and is navigable in small boats. AFP PHOTO SAN ALFONSO DEL MAR PRESS OFFICE HORIZONTAL

What if we told you about a swimming pool which is kind of like an ocean? A pool which seems like an infinite ocean at first glance? Now you can swim in the world’s largest swimming pool at a resort in Chile called San Alfonso Del Mar. The pool contains a total of 66 gallons of water! It is so big that you can even sail a boat there.

Pack your luggage and fly to Chile this holiday season to spend some quality time with your friends and family. The pool is not the only thing in the resort. A front sea view is one of the best things that you can expect early in the morning when you get up.

However, the pool itself is well enough to make your day, with its colossal size which is about the size of 20 Olympic size swimming pools. Even the champion swimmers will have a hard time crossing that pool! The pool’s construction work ended back in 2006 at an approximate cost of 2 million pounds.


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