Have you ever swam in a lake so deep that you can't see the bottom, with the cold water and the darkness that extends to infinity under your feet?
There is nothing wrong with being afraid of deep water, on the other hand you lose track of legends and mysteries tied to the dark depths.
But we are daring travelers, that's why we take you to discover the top ten deepest lakes in the worldEtc.
10 - Matano, Indonesia - 590 meters
It is a lake of tectonic origin located in South Sulawesi, Indonesia. Lake Matano is famous for its clear waters and for the many endemic species of fish live here.
9 - Crater Lake, Oregon (USA) - 594 meters
The lake was formed around 7700 years ago, from the collapse of the Munt Mazama volcano. It is known as one of the most beautiful volcanic lakes in the world.
8 - Great Slave, Canada - 614 meters
Also known as Grand Lac des Esclaves, Great Slave Lake covers 11.000 sq km in Canada's Northwest Territories and drops to 614 meters, making it the deepest lake in North America.
7 - Issyk Kul, Kyrgyzstan - 668 meters
Even though it is surrounded by snow-capped peaks, Ysykköl never freezes, hence its name, which means "warm lake".
6 - Malawi Lake, Mozambique-Tanzania-Malawi - 706 meters
A higher position is Malawi, the third largest lake on the African continent. Also known as Lake Nyasa, it is located between Malawi, Mozambique and Tanzania
5 - O'Higgins-San Martín, Chile-Argentina - 836 meters
Located in Patagonia, Lake O'Higgins-San Martín is 836 meters deep, has an area of 1.013 kilometers and a length of 525 kilometers.
4 - Vostok, Antarctica - 900 meters
Vostok is the largest of nearly 400 known subglacial lakes in Antarctica. The lake is located below the Vostok station.
3 - Caspian Sea, Azerbaijan-Iran-Kazakhstan-Russia-Turkmenistan - 1.025 meters
It is the largest lake on Earth by surface, as well as one of the deepest. It is disputed between four nations: Russia, Azerbaijan, Iran, Turkmenistan and Kazakhstan.
2 - Tanganyika, Central Africa - 1.470 meters
This immense lake is contested by four nations - Tanzania, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Burundi and Zambia. It is also estimated to be the second largest freshwater lake in the world by volume. It is the second largest lake in the world by volume of water.
1 - Baikal, Siberia-Russia - 1.637 meters
Baikal is the deepest lake in the world, with a depth of 1.637 meters, but also the most voluminous freshwater lake. It contains about 20% of the planet's unfrozen fresh water.