What is the most remote area you have ever been to? I have heard of Papua New Guinea but I have never heard of Papua which shares the same island but belongs to Indonesia.
This area is so remote and expensive to get to, that 80% of Indonesians can only dream about getting here. This area is so wild and unexplored that scientists continue to find new species of animals here. Raja Ampat has richest coral reef ecosystems which makes it one of the best places in the world for diving, and it has 75% of all marine biodiversity of the entire world. People here look completely different to ones on other islands and sometimes don't even speak Bahasa (official language). Raja Ampat is a stunning area, there are at least 1500 islands scattered around. The best option to see them- flying a drone or flying over them yourself. But there is also a platform where all people without the above can still enjoy the view. This place gets really busy, the platform is tiny and there are tons of people. No photoshop involved, we literally had to move the crowd to the other side of the platform so @zeppaio can take this shot of me. Check out stories for a "reality" shot.
Today, we are celebrating the beauty of Amer Fort in Rajasthan ✨
Our top tip 👉 The Amber Fort is open opens from 8am, although enter the complex at least one hour earlier to enjoy your visit and avoid the queues.
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Did you know Lonely Planet has recently voted Scotland one of the top places in the world to see autumn leaves?!
📸: Glenfinnan Viaduct, Highlands by @tiffpenguin
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Sunsets by the sea are always the best🧡🌅 Best feeling ever, peaceful sea, summer, beautiful sunset..... We took this while we visited the #croatian islands💦💦 Every single #island has its special thing✨✨
#HideawayOfTheDay: @farmhouse_inn in Forestville, #California!
This ophisticated family-owned country-style inn is located in the Russian River Valley, offering 25 lodgings in the main house, adjacent farmworkers’ cottages and barn buildings.
The inviting Michelin-starred restaurant is housed in an 1873 clapboard-sided farmhouse serves a menu that draws on the agricultural diversity of the area and offers an extensive list of wines, many in half bottles.
We love: Indoor/outdoor feel of new Barn Rooms; the perfect location from which to explore the wineries of the Russian River valley. 📸: Farmhouse Inn
OUR RATING: 94
Travelling isn’t just about hostels & living on the breadline sometimes you have to go all out. £8 a night will get you an infinity pool and a very comfy room in India so we decided to splash the cash before we leave
Who else loves infinity pools??