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One of my absolute favorite things to see on the King's Palace tour (must be scheduled and purchased separately). The color of the water was an unreal combo of blue, green and turquoise (which I know is technically a combination of blue and green but...More
Look for this when you are on the Big Room Tour. This is just one of the little things in this huge room. The lake is pretty spectacular on its own, it is just overwhelmed by all of the other great things in the room.
You go by this at the end of the Kings Palace tour. It was a neat sighting, very clear lake. It's a little smaller than I expected, but a very cool thing to see. Not something I would necessarily go out of my way to...More
This lake was beautiful. It looked very clear and you could see straight to the bottom. They said that it was 8 feet deep, but it only looked like it was three or four feet deep. It is wonderful. We didn't notice it when we...More
This lake is formed by water that drips through the above 750 feet of ground. There are strange looking decorations around the lake. These are formed by water with silicia in it sliding down the rocks and into the lake.
Green Lake is seen from an overlook near the end of the self-guided Natural Entrance Tour or up-close during the ranger-guided King’s Palace Tour. The water is amazingly clear and all of the details of the cave floor underneath it can be clearly seen; however,...More
This was part of a tour. When we got to the Green Lake, it seemed empty. The guide said that the lake looked empty because the water was so clear. Someone on the tour asked a question and the guide said that during the "Cold...More