Top Travel Destinations #22



1. Experiencing island’s life! At Koh Phangan, Thailand

Ko Pha Ngan is an island in southeast Thailand that’s renowned for its monthly Full Moon Party. This boisterous night-long celebration, which is tied to the lunar calendar, draws revelers to its southeastern peninsula, Haad Rin. Most festivities center on Sunrise Beach, whose beach bungalows attract a backpacker crowd. On the north coast lie quieter, white-sand beaches including Hat Khuat and Hat Thian

From @sophieameliaknight

2. Not your ordinary island, at Cangbangag Falls, Philippines, Siquijor Island

Did you know that Cangbangag Falls are Probably the tallest falls in the whole of Siquijor?You will even have the chance to see the whole of Maria Town from atop a hill on the way back

From @natluperte

3. The beauty of Nort Tarawa, Tabon Te Keekee, Kiribati

Did you know that Kiribati is the first country in the world to ring-in the New Year. The country is furthest ahead of Greenwich meantime at GMT+14. If you travel to this country, you’ll be able to see the first rays of the rising sun

From @kristijanilicic

4. Escaping to paradise, at Corsica island, France

Did you know that Corsican beaches are some of the best in Europe, and Corsica's famous coastline features over 200 miles worth of sandy shores to explore! Corsican beaches are the perfect place to experience Corsica in a day or even just an hour

From @theresaschmidt

5. Beautiful Oía, Santorini - Greece

Did you know that 80% of Greece is made up of mountains? According to the Official Greece Tourism Site, Greece is one of the most mountainous countries in Europe

From @momentsofgregory

6. Chilling with a dreamy view

Did you know that Phi Phi Le was featured in the Hollywood blockbuster movie The Beach? A story about the ultimate secluded island beach. Maya Bay was a suitable choice as it epitomizes the stunning beauty of these islands: a bay of pellucid aquamarine water surrounded by towering limestone cliffs that harbours an arcing, white sand beach

From d.tzankatian

7. The beauty and mystery of the ocean fill our lives with wonders, vast beyond our imagination

Azores include nine major islands.The Azores are divided into three widely separated island groups: the eastern group, consisting of São Miguel, Santa Maria, and the Formigas islets

From @_joaopsantos_

8. Life is short and the world is wide; you better get started. At Istanbul ,Turkey


9. What about climbing but with a great view, at Pitt Meadows, British Columbia

Did you know that The first inhabitants of Pitt Meadows were the Katzie First Nation, whose history in this area go back 12,000 years

From @ryan_bednar

10. Lost in paradise, at São Miguel, Açores

São Miguel is the largest of a total of nine islands that make up the Azorean archipelago

From @_joaopsantos_

11. If you see the colorful hot air balloons on the air, it means that you are in Cappadocia

From @asya_cappadocia

12. Paradise found on earth, at Oía, Santorini, Greece

The mismatched flora contributes significantly to Santorini's allure. Greenery grows up along walkways and across patios because there aren't proper dirt gardens, resulting in a patchwork of plants. The fuchsia flower, also known as flowering bougainvillaea , is endemic to the Aegean Sea, particularly in Santorini, due to its hardiness, pest resistance, and year-round blooms


13. Mother Nature doesn’t need a filter

Millennials go camping more than any other age group. They cite a love of outdoor activities, an appreciation of nature, a love of music festivals, and a love of sharing photos on social media as motivations for camping

From @pc3coyote

14. James Bond island aka Khao Phing Kan

From travel_tones_

15. Dolphins share the ultimate party wave, Esperance W.A

From @jaimenhudson

16. Aerial view of Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef is a site of remarkable variety and beauty on the north-east coast of Australia. It contains the world’s largest collection of coral reefs, with 400 types of coral, 1,500 species of fish and 4,000 types of mollusc

From @brian.ellis.adams

17. Hands down you have to make sure to check out this beach while in South Australia

It doesn't matter if you're here for a weekend or a month, because there's plenty to see on the Fleurieu Coast and Carrickalinga Beach is one of the places you really don't want to miss. There's a beautiful sandy beach, some interesting rocky sections and a pod of dolphins calls the area home

From @all.about.adventure

18. Tasmania has truly exceeded out expectations! We have been wowed almost daily by the spectacular landscape surrounding us

These are just a few of our favourite spots so far;
⭐️ Southport, a hidden gem that we stumbled across whilst making a D-Tour! Idyllic calm water to swim, paddle or fish 🎣
⭐️ The Bay of Fires, iconic red/orange rocks and turquoise clear waters 😍
⭐️ Eaglehawk Neck; coastline that will take your breath away! A hikers dream 🥾
⭐️ Mount Misery Rainforest Track, the most spectacular rainforest we’ve ever seen!

From @slades_family_travel

19. We showing you guys beaches you must visit in Queensland

Queensland is an Australian state covering the continent’s northeast, with a coastline stretching nearly 7,000km

1- Noah’s Beach
2- Currumbin Beach
3- Ellis Beach
4- Cetseye Beach
5- Nudey Beach

From @twosometravellers

20. Seychelles has got the best sunsets ever

In Seychelles, the serene beauty and the clean sands take away your stress and calm you down. The crashing beach waves just soothe your mind. In a beautiful place like this, the sunset is also naturally beautiful

From @terplanet

21. Sunset at Anse Georgette, Praslin

From @alex.travelpassion

22. Would you like a seat here? At Seychelles

From @kaustubhnerurkar

23. Ever seen a better sunset setup than this at Mahe, Seychelles? Share with someone

From @a4aman.sid

24. Such a beautiful Stuolagil Canyon in mesmerizing Iceland

Studlagil Canyon is one of the most stunning and interesting places I've visited in Iceland — yet thanks to its remote location, it feels wonderfully off the beaten track

From @ourkindlife

25. Sunsets in the charming Santorini, Greece

Did you know that the entire island of Santorini is actually a volcanic rock. It has taken thousands of volcanic eruptions for the island to be formed. In the last 400.000 years, the Santorini volcano had erupted over 100 times.

From @juliagal_

26. Winter is so unique and dreamy in North, at Finland

Did you know that Finland is also the happiest country in the world. Around 75% of its surface is covered with forests, and it has the world’s biggest archipelago, as well as Europe’s largest lake district and last untamed wilderness, Lapland. Finland’s capital, Helsinki, is known for design and architecture

From @masouzaaraujo