Of the many continents and countries in the world, there are so many locations that offer natural beauty. Starting from a row of mountains, blue oceans, to a beautiful urban atmosphere, you can certainly find it in various parts of the world. This time, Traveloka summarizes some of the most beautiful places in the world that deserve to be on the top list of your travel destinations.
Whether you want to relax on the beach, go hiking, to explore the city, the following ten destinations can fulfill your holiday wishes. In addition to presenting beautiful views, the following places will certainly add to your experience and knowledge. Come on, find out 10 locations!
Oia, Santorini, Greece
Have you ever seen a photo of houses in white and blue shades on a seafront cliff? That’s Oia, a small village on the island of Santorini, Kyklades Islands, Greece. The white buildings … Read more “The Most Beautiful Places in the World”
If you are someone who loves to travel, of course you should know the latest trends in the world of traveling.
1. Solo traveling
Since January, there has been a rapid increase in search results for solo travel on Google. Many think that this year will be the beginning of a new era for those of you who like to adventure alone.
In fact, traveling companies have even opened packages specifically for solo travelers,
2. More and more new places to visit
So far, we don’t know many tourist destinations because they are remote or difficult to reach. However, through social media, finding information about new tourist destinations has become easier, guys!
Countries such as Ethiopia, Bhutan, and Kazakhstan are some examples of countries experiencing an increase in the number of tourists due to the effects of social media.
3. Healthy travel packages
Along with the development of trends in … Read more “10 New Trends in the Traveling World, Solo Travelers to Healthy Holidays”
30 Breathtaking Views in the World Worth Traveling For
Grab Your Notebook Now!
What do you see when you imagine a breathtaking view? Wide-open spaces? An urban skyline? Sandy beaches or soaring mountains? Granted, it’s all in the eyes of the beholder, but I think we can all agree that if
There’s no denying Hawaii is a dream location for many. Me too, in fact. That’s why I asked a fellow travel writer who experienced firsthand all the fun Hawaiian adventures below to pen this piece. Enjoy.
By Katherine Parker-Magyar
There’s far more to the Hawaiian Islands than just eye-popping sunsets and mouthwatering mai tais (though both are spectacular, of course). From zip-lining to ATVing, there are endless opportunities for outdoor adventure on Maui, Kauai, Oahu, Lanai, and the Big Island of Hawaii.
Say ‘aloha’ to a Hawaii adventure holiday with these spectacular outdoor activities.
Zip-line in Haleakalā National Park, Maui
Give back to the forest before ziplining above it with Skyline Eco-Adventures. Planting native trees in Haleakalā prior to traversing hanging bridges and gliding through tropical canopies on your return home. The program manager, Joe Imhoff, is famous for planting trees all over
We departed Ushuaia and headed south by way of the Beagle Channel. By the following morning, we were well into the infamous Drake Passage.
Passengers in the know called the rough sea we encountered the “Drake Lake.” The “Drake Shake” is far more formidable, I was told. While it may have been true, it didn’t matter. I spent the early morning kneeling on my bathroom tile. Sweaty and cursing my feeble inner ear, I took the seasick pills the ship’s doctor gave me and spent the early hours in my room.
Drake Passage 1, Susan 0.
Challenges like this are part and parcel of a true adventure. While unpleasant at the time, I never felt unsafe, and I would deal with the seasickness again for an experience as rich as this. The good news: I––and most of my fellow guests––developed my sea legs quickly, and while we met with two-story
Practical Tips: What Gear I Used and Why Plus Some Suggestions
My Camera Kit
This kit gave me a lot of flexibility for wide shots and varying distances of Antarctic wildlife and landscape elements such as icebergs.
Antarctica (I’m including South Georgia/Falkland Islands) throws wonderful photographic opportunities at you constantly. But rarely at consistent focal lengths.
I carried two bodies for this reason. One fitted with a long lens for distance and the other for wide angles. You don’t want to risk changing lenses in the field with the wind, sand, snow, or saltwater. At best, you’ll nick your sensor. At worst, something gets into your camera that permanently damages it––no Bueno.
If you don’t own
Great Gifts for Travel Lovers They’ll Actually Use
Only products I’ve used and love
If you’re looking for gifts for the travel lovers in your life, you’ve come to the right place. Everything below is something I use and recommend to my friends and family. They’re products every adventurer will thank you for and mean it.
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(On another note: Here are some great gifts for photography lovers)
For the holidays, all my images–wildlife, landscapes, portraits, and classic cultural travel photos–are available on inkjet paper or fancy fine art paper, depending on what floats your boat. Just click on the “Buy Photos” button, and it’s yours.
In addition to prints, you can purchase a variety of keepsakes