1. A glimpse into history with the traditional houses of Japan
2. Peaceful, untamed, stunning…yet another beautiful collection of the Faroe Islands
Insider tip: This unexplored group of islands is a Nordic favourite not only for its otherworldly landscapes, but also for its impressive (and fluffy) sheep population. Did you know that sheep outnumber people nearly 2:1?
3. Wednesday sweetness. This little one clearly has a lot to say.. At France
4. Collection of Canada. Have you ever been to Canada before? If not, are you planning to visit?
Places in pictures:
1. Robson River
2. Robson River
3. Jasper National Park
4. Moraine Lake
6. Jasper National Park
From @walasavagephoto @danschyk @lukekellytravels
5. It’s the best season in Netherlands
Tulips start blossoming in March, and the country’s famous tulip season lasts all the way until May. Have you ever been to the flower fields of Netherlands?
Insider tip: The best time to visit to catch tulips in full bloom is between mid April and May – and you can find some of the country’s most beautiful fields in Noordoostpolder, Keukenhof and near Amsterdam
6. Nature at its most beautiful, at Norway
Extraordinary landscapes can best describe Norway’s natural heritage. When not wandering around ice-covered fjords or spotting the Northern lights, travellers will often find themselves hiking through stunning spots such as this. Is Norway on your travel bucketlist?
7. Azure blues and calm surroundings…this island might just be paradise, at Hong Islands, Krabi Town, Thailand
Insider tip: Besides enjoying a quiet moment, the Hong Islands are also amazing for snorkeling and spotting the most beautiful sunsets
8. Snack break with this excited little guy, at Limerick, Ireland
9. A moment of serenity in Iceland
The mesmerising, bright green shades and calm landscapes make us fall in love with this country every time. Have you ever been to Iceland before? If not, are you planning to visit?
10. Iceland the wonderful destination
11. Switching the snow for something sunnier as Norway is preparing mountain roads for the spring and summer season
12. Monday strolls in the heart of nature. We wish you an amazing start to the week!
13. Sunday chilling. This stunning Crimson Sunbird found nature’s perfect bath tub for a refreshing afternoon – the petals of an ornamental banana flower
14. Exploring the narrow streets of Setenil de la Bodegas, at Spain
This unique town’s architecture is defined by the huge rock formation it’s set under. It is beautiful or slightly scary? Would you visit this town?
15. Revisiting the tornados in Katie and Anadarko, Oklahoma
Today is the first day of meteorological spring! What that means is that the pacing of severe weather setups begins to ramp up in a big way as we move through the next few months with the typical peak of tornado activity nationwide happening in May
16. Enjoying the weekend like, at Lanzarote, Canary Islands
17. Catching the biggest wave at Nazare, Portugal
18. Ocean views, rainforest surroundings and undisrupted privacy await at this Costa Rican villa
19. Picnic dreams with the edge view at Bali, Indonesia
there is nowhere else we’d rather spend this Friday than on this cliff, overlooking Bali’s ocean. Have you ever been to Bali?
20. Nature meets imagination in this stunning video/3D motion graphics
21. Someone wants to join the tour, at Tanzania
22. You've got this tiny hatchlings at Heron Island, Queensland, Australia
So small, yet so determined... these babies are headed to the waves of Australia’s Heron Island to start their journey. Tag a friend who’d love this
23. Raw quartz crystals in Arkansas. Home to some of the largest crystal beds in the world, Arkansas hides many treasures like these huge crystals
From @thecrystalcollector via @geomorphological_landscapes
24. Making a once-in-a-lifetime connection at Baja California, Mexico
This is a very intimate and unique experience that the whales have actually created for themselves coming up to boats and seeking out human interaction. Along with studies proving the whales actually like to be rubbed, there have also been studies proving that no infection is passed through human touch (unlike many marine animals which is a big reason we don’t touch other marine animals). A once-in-a-lifetime moment, experience and memory, and as always I feel humbled to have witnessed these wild animals in their natural environment without threat or abuse
From @silversharkadventures and @coffeethentravel
25. The ocean is so scary and magnificent at the same time
From @belgianairforce and @nhvgroup
26. Running away from this week’s responsibilities like
From @zian_ct via @freerideworldtour
27. Snack break for this little guy called Squishy. Me getting a sample at the local grocery store