How would you fancy a soak in a tub filled with natural hot springs in the middle of the stunning Utah desert? Yup, those 100-year-old bathtubs of warm healing mineral waters, wedged into the sides of hills, are one of the most mystical little gems around. Supposedly, the best time to take a dip is during a sunset when the water is just the right temperature and you can enjoy the glorious surroundings to the fullest. The average water temperature is about 100 degrees and is said to soothe aching muscles within minutes.
Blimey, wish I could beam myself to that exact spot right about now. You?
P.S: Also, wild swimming in France and this little gem.
P.P.S: Plus, swimming over Singapore.
(Photos by/via Daily Mail, Eats and Feets, MessyNessy Chic)