If you're daydreaming of a trip to the Caribbean, you might find that you don't have to go far to enjoy beautiful weather and scenery. It may not seem like it, but blue water in Arizona exists. And we know just where to find it.

From clear waterfalls and swimming holes to some of the bluest water around, there's no shortage of surreal places in the state. 

Some of these spots make for a great day trip with friends while others require you to plan a little. No matter the case, they should be on your bucket list of places to see at least once in your life. 

If you're up for it, here's a list of places with the most amazing clear, blue water. Enjoy. 

Havasupai Indian Reservation

Price: Varies

Address: Supai, AZ

Why you need to go: Known for its drastic red rocks and blue water, this spot is like a dream come true. 

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Fossil Creek

Price: $6 per vehicle from April 1 through October 1

Address: Camp Verde, AZ

Why you need to go: This "wild and scenic" river has a waterfall and a hidden cave with sapphire water.  

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Wet Beaver Creek 

Price: Free

Address: Sedona, AZ

Why you need to go: This swimming hole might not be blue, but that water is so clear that you can see the fishes beneath you. 

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Cibecue Falls

Price: $30 permit fee

Address: Whiteriver, AZ

Why you need to go: This 80-foot tall waterfall is the best reward after a moderate hike. No swimming is allowed, so plan accordingly. 

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The Little Colorado River Gorge

Price: Varies

Address: Grand Canyon, AZ

Why you need to go: You can go on a rafting trip and get amazing red rock views the entire way. 

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Lake Havasu State Park

Price: $15 to $20 per vehicle with up to four people

Address: 699 London Bridge Rd., Lake Havasu City, AZ

Why you need to go: You and your friends can enjoy a variety of water sports. Plus, it's open year-round. 

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We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.

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