1. Vang vieng's natural unique beauty is a masterpiece
Vang Vieng is a small town north of Vientiane, on the Nam Song River in Laos. It's surrounded by striking limestone mountains and caves. the town first earned a place on the so-called Banana Pancake Trail. its towering limestone peaks, the area is dense with caves, lagoons and forests
2. Breathtaking shots of the Taganana, Canary Islands
Canary islands are known for being the sunshine centre of Europe, and offer mild temperatures and a range of outstanding natural attractions. In fact, five of its seven islands have been declared a Biosphere Reserve, and the archipelago has four national parks
3. She shows us the best proposal in the world! At Maldives
The most romantic proposal in the most romantic place on earth
💡The Maldives Is One Of The Most Romantic Places In The World To Propose & here are the best places to do that!
📍During A Picnic On A Deserted Sandbank.
📍In A Swoon-Worthy Overwater Villa.
📍At Twilight Floating On A Crystal Clear Lagoon.
📍On A Luxury Yacht.
📍Aboard A Nooma Love Boat.
📍At A Toes-In-The-Sand Beach Dinner.
4. Let the sea set you free in Seychelles
The Seychelles is the least populated country of the African continent
5. You can never go wrong with going to Maldives
The Maldives is the flattest country in the world. Its highest point (on Villingili Island) is only 7 feet and 7 inches above sea level, but the average ground level across the country is just 4 feet and 11 inches
6. Today we show you guys the beautiful blues of Maldives
There are 6 common stingray species in the Maldives, from the giant Manta-Ray to the Electric Ray. The most common around Kurumba are the Feathertail and Blue Spotted Stingray. They are often seen buried in the sand with only their tail showing
7. Pave your own path to paradise, at madeira island
Did you know that Madeira is renowned for its landscapes, lore—and its legendary wine, which graced the tables of America's Founding Fathers?
8. Witnesses Austria’s charming beauty. Is Austria on your 2023 bucket list?
Austria has more than 25,000 lakes adorn the unique landscape of the Alpine country and thus ensure plenty of swimming fun, a wide range of leisure activities and recreation in and around the water
9. Enjoying our cruise on Phuket’s bamboo raft
The coolest season and hence the best time to visit Phuket is between November and February. The temperature at this time varies at a more ambient 23°C to 30°C and is drier with the monsoon having got over. It’s a great time to lounge and relax on the beach and enjoy some water sports too
10. Obsessed with Austria’s natural beauty
Did you know that Approximately 60 percent of Austrian territory is mountainous and belongs to the Eastern Alps (Tyrol Central Alps, Hohe Tauern and Niedere Tauern, Northern Calcareous or Limestone Alps, Southern Calcareous Alps and Wienerwald)?
11. Charming! At Maiori, The Amalfi Coast, Italy
The Amalfi Coast, also known as the Divine Coast, looks like a balcony suspended between the blue sea and the feet of the Lattari Mountains, situated in a long stretch of valleys and promontories among hollows, beaches and terraces with citrus growing. What is its main feature? The towns of the well-known coast are located 1 or 2 Kilometers away from each other and each one has its own traditions, peculiarities and interesting facts
12. Enjoying The Dolomites’ hallucinatory beautiful nature
The iconic blue color of The Dolomites lakes comes from the fine rock dust brought down from the Sorapis Glacier during its spring and summer melts. The lake can only be reached by foot, but the hike up is so worth it
13. Exploring Saudi Arabia’s hidden gem
AlUla is a place of extraordinary human and natural heritage, a living museum of preserved tombs, sandstone outcrops, historic developments and monuments. This truly unique destination is transforming as a global tourist experience under the direction of the Royal Commission for AlUla
14. Reconnecting with nature, at Ko Hong, Thailand
One of the things Hong island is most famous for is its hidden lagoon. It’s only accessible during high tide because the water is very shallow. The only way to get here is by boat. The opening to the lagoon is between two cliffs and once inside, you are completely surrounded by mountains
15. Greenland is captured beautifully
Greenland is icy, mysterious, and one of the most naturally beautiful places on the planet. The world’s biggest non-continental island is so much more than glaciers (although the glaciers are spectacular)—think magnificent fjords, colorful villages, fields of sheep, and that ever-alluring midnight sun
16. Birds eye view of the stunning Bacalar
Bacalar is definitely worth a visit if you’re looking for a beautiful place to relax and enjoy the outdoors. Other than the main attraction Bacalar Lagoon, there are Mayan ruins, historical landmarks, and cenotes
17. Set sail! At Azores Islands
18. Inn River, Swiss Alps
19. Constantly searching for views that take our breaths away! At Zakynthos, Greece
20. Take a moment to appreciate the beauty that lies in every corner in Maldives
Maldives is known for its natural richness. The gorgeous beaches, exquisite fauna and flora, abundance of marine life, enthralling water sports adventures and many more such expeditions makes Maldives a popular tourist destination
21. Stunning Anse Pierrot beach, at La Digue island
Anse Pierrot is a world-famous beach, and one of the most photographed spots in the whole world thanks to its amazing natural beauty. The beach is protected from the open ocean by a coral reef, ensuring the water is shallow and calm, with small waves
22. Lofoten, Norway from our perspective
Lofoten is a mecca for hiking, climbing, fishing, kayaking, skiing, Arctic surfing (in the summer AND winter), and cycling. The tourism scene there has a very young vibe, with lots of budget accommodation, and even the luxury accommodation markets itself towards adventure seekers
23. Snippets from South Africa
South Africa is a country on the southernmost tip of the African continent, marked by several distinct ecosystems. Inland safari destination Kruger National Park is populated by big game. The Western Cape offers beaches, lush winelands around Stellenbosch and Paarl, craggy cliffs at the Cape of Good Hope, forest and lagoons along the Garden Route, and the city of Cape Town, beneath flat-topped Table Mountain
24. Summer in Cape Town is truly amazing
25. The amazing world is yours to explore, at Habitas ALULa , Saudia Arabia