字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント (relaxed music) - [Narrator] For six months of the year, crystal blue lagoons appear in what would otherwise look like your average desert, making Lençóis Maranhenses one of Brazil's most mysterious destinations. Lençóis Maranhenses is a national park located in Brazil. From January to June, the area becomes inundated with rain storms. The rain water collects between the sand dunes, creating thousands of clear water lagoons. Some of these pools reach over 300 feet in length and can be over 10 feet deep. With water temperatures as high as 87 degrees, visitors come from far and wide to experience the pristine conditions. But arriving at these pools is no easy feat, and renting a four-wheeler is a must. The ride is rough, as you need to cross tight spaces and navigate through rivers and puddles. Lençóis Maranhenses visitors must enjoy these pools while they can, because come dry season this spectacular landscape vanishes and returns to its desert form once again.