Crater Lake in Albertine Rift, Africa
One of the most gorgeous lakes in Africa, it’s no wonder these lakes are a popular tourist attraction. The deepest crater of these lakes is 1470 meters deep, which in itself is already amazing!
Deriba Crater Lake, Sudan
Located in Darfur, this crater has an elevation of over 3000 meters. Thankfully, the volcano that formed this crater 3500 years ago is now in a dormant state.
Lake Taupo, New Zealand
This lake was formed because of a supervolcanic eruption (like a regular volcanic eruption, but super) 26500 years ago. It has a huge surface of 616 square km, which means that it probably doesn’t really look like a lake to most people. It counts, though – and it’s a marvel of nature.