Wonderful Travel Destinations To Wander #26



1. Maldives at sunset

From @holidayperfectionist

2. It’s just a small part of heaven, at Philippines

The Philippine Sea is a marginal sea of the Western Pacific Ocean east of the Philippine archipelago, the largest in the world, occupying an estimated surface area of 5 million square kilometers. The Philippine Sea Plate forms the floor of the sea

From @erinassman

3. A little slice of Bali in the heart of Copenhagen

Did you hear about Manon les Suites’ Junglefish Pool? Junglefish Pool is the heart and center of the house, where you can dream yourself away to sunny skies and exotic surroundings while enjoying a cocktail, coffee, a cool smoothie or whatever else tempts you from the menu. When you are staying at Manon les Suites, you have access to the amazing Junglefish Pool for you to enjoy during your stay with us

From @travelwithadrien

4. Bali’s nature never goes out of style

Bali, The most famous island in Indonesia; its spectacular mountain scenery, tropical beaches and the friendly Balinese people make it one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. With thousands of tourists spending their holidays here every year, there is a lot that you'd probably know about the island

From @juliane.valentina

5. Breathtaking shots of Seychelles beaches that we can’t get over

Seychelles, island republic in the western Indian Ocean, comprising about 115 islands, with lush tropical vegetation, beautiful beaches, and a wide variety of marine life. Situated between latitudes 4° and 11° S and longitudes 46° and 56° E, the major islands of Seychelles are located about 1,000 miles (1,600 km) east of Kenya and about 700 miles (1,100 km) northeast of Madagascar

From @terplanet

6. Entering heaven’s doors, at Canaves Oia, Santorini, Greece

There are very few images of Santorini that do not depict these stunning, vivid blooms decorating the white houses’ walls and the island’s streets. Bougainvillea trees with blooms are known for their lovely pink flowers. If you want to observe them, strive for warmer months since they bloom rather frequently in those conditions

From @jetset_anna

7. Escaping away into this tropical paradise with us at Khao Sok National park, Thailand

Khao Sok National Park in Southern Thailand is an amazing place. It is covered by the oldest evergreen rainforest in the world, huge limestone mountains shooting straight up in the air, deep valleys, breathtaking lakes, exciting caves, wild animals and much more

From @tobi.schoepflin

8. Exploring one of the most saline bodies of water on earth! At The Dead sea

10 interesting facts about the Dead Sea:

1 – It’s the lowest point on earth
2 – It’s very hard to swim in it
3 – The water tastes disgusting
4 – The mud is supposed to be good for your skin
5 – The salt stings!
6 – It’s not actually the saltiest place on earth
7 – You can see another country
8 – Almost everything is dead
9 – It was formed by a rift in the earth’s crust
10 – It has a secret ingredient

Is the Dead Sea on you 2023 bucket list?

From @compass.couple

9. Exploring the Kayangan Lake, Philippines from above

Kayangan Lake is a crystal-clear freshwater lake in Coron, featuring underwater rock formations, caves and islets. It’s a popular spot for photographers, for fairly obvious reasons, and is said to be the cleanest lake in all of the Philippines

From gezimi_ibrahimi

10. Golden skies in Maldives are something else

It’s true that we get loads of help from our geography. The 1192 islands of Maldives are scattered 221.10 mi (355.82 km) north of the equator and with 99% of the area being water, we are very close to the ocean. As a result, the air above the ocean is filled with more water and salt molecules that scatter the sun’s light, leaving more red light to reach our eyes

From bradenjstanley 

11. Hawaii’s natural unique beauty is a masterpiece! Is Hawaii on your 2023 bucket list?

Hawaiʻi is world-renowned for its beautiful beaches. The islands have every type of beach imaginable: white, black, and red sand beaches; romantic bays and beach parks for the family; popular shorelines for people watching and off-the-beaten-path sands untouched by development

From bradenjstanley 

12. If we could stop time, we would have stopped it right here. At Maldives

The Maldives is one of the world’s most romantic destinations thanks to its idyllic islands, pristine sandbars and luxurious overwater villas–oh, and it’s far away from basically everything, so no need to worry about mom and dad trying to crash your vacay

From momentsofgregory

13. Imagine having your breakfast with this incredible view at The St. Regis Venice

The St. Regis Venice , A 5-star dream hotel with one of the most romantic views of the Grand Canal and an interior where unique furnishings and true works of art combine with ultra-modern comfort.

Tag someone you’d like to have The St. Regis Venice’s breakfast with

From @lauracomolli

14. If you’re missing summer, it’s always summertime in Maldives

We are tempting us to dip into these beautiful blue waters

incase you’re wondering what the weather in Maldives is like now. The days are usually hot with balmy evenings, so visitors should pack light and cool clothing. The average daily maximum is 32 C and the average daily minimum is 28 C

From @travelifejournal

15. Today we taking you guys to this mesmerizing view from one of Bali’s prettiest pools overlooking the green landscape

The Indonesian island of Bali is the holiday destination of choice for millions of people from all over the world. It’s not hard to see why, either, when it boasts world class surf, amazing scenery, beaches to die for, and people that are among the friendliest in the world

From @madiaubakirov

16. Cancun, Mexico from an airplane

The island of Cancún was originally known to its Maya inhabitants as Nizuc, meaning either ‘promontory’ or ‘point of grass’. The name Cancún, Cancum or Cankun first appears on 18th-century maps

From @itzia_orozco73

17. Landing in paradise, at Silhouette island, Seychelles

To reach Silhouette Island, you have to catch one of the three scheduled Silhouette Island ferry, which leave from Mahe at 9 AM, 2:30 PM and 5 PM. Within the island, the only mode of transportation is rented bicycles or golf carts only for the guests of Hilton hotel

From @discoverwithlara

18. Taking a swim in Maldives’ heavenly waters

The Maldives offer a wide range of extraordinary Diving sites. The Ocean that surrounds the archipelago can reach a depth of 4000 meters

From @saltyluxe

19. Is this what heaven looks like?!

Maldivian beaches are made from dried, sun-bleached coral, making them incredibly rare, as coral beaches account for only 5% of the world’s shores

From TT

20. Iseltwald’s turquoise gem. Have you ever been to Lake Brienz before?

The intense turquoise of Lake Brienz is always mesmerising, but the intensity of its colour is especially beguiling in spring and autumn. The more sunlight that falls on the lake, the more penetrating the shade of turquoise

From @jetset_anna

21. Kefalonia’s dreamy sunset, at Greece

Kefalonia island is part of the Ionian Islands. It is the largest island of this group and is also known as the island of the seafarers, like the famous seafarer Juan de Fuca

From @littlewingfpv

22. Maldives is calling you and this is your sign to take this trip outta the group chat

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

From @theoooblog

23. Maldives is calling you

The island paradise of the Maldives, with its dreamy white beaches covered in palm trees, turquoise lagoons and breathtaking and varied underwater world invites you to experience an unforgettable stay. The islands are oases of peace and beauty, while the country's natural landscape will astonish you

From @discoverwithlara

24. The beauty of Philippines

The Philippines is called Asia’s pearl of the orient for the richness of its culture and the beauty of its landscape. It is home to centuries old churches, turn of the century mansions, ancient forts and modern museums. The Philippines is an archipelago comprising 7,100 islands

From janderycke 

25. The beauty of Vila dos orixas, Morro de São Paulo, Brazil is indescribable

Vila dos orixas, located on Praia do Encanto (Encanto´s Beach), one of the most serene beaches of Morro de São Paulo, the Hotel Vila dos Orixás is notable for being the most exclusive hotel on the island, a place where the palm trees, the sun and the tranquility predominate.The hotel includes a semi-Olympic pool, an excellent restaurant with Fusion, Regional and International cuisine, pool bar and a beachfront massage room

From @mistertravel.k

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