The Guindaste Viewpoint offers a wonderful view of the Atlantic northern coast of the island of Madeira. This viewpoint is sometimes called Crane Viewpoint. It's a very accessible place that you can reach by car; if you are driving from Funchal it takes around 40 minutes, and there's a parking lot nearby.
We did the 7 AM kayak tour to the Benagil Cave, I know that waking up that early is not a pleasant task, but when you get there and notice that only a few people will be inside the cave, then you realize that it was worth it, I've seen photos and the place is sometimes very crowded.
I always wanted to visit this place since I saw a photo online. Before booking the tour, I checked the tide times to ensure that day was low tide, since you can enjoy a lot of sandy beach inside the cave to sit and walk on.
I can tell you the cave is huge, and there are rocks pieces all around that fell from the cave roof; I guess it is not the safest place in the planet.
The sunset catamaran departs from Marina of Albufeira, from where it sails along the golden coast of the Algarve, close enough to enjoy the natural beauty of the rock formations and cliffs. During three hours aboard the comfortable catamaran, you’ll have the chance to relax and to enjoy the beautiful sunset of the Algarve surrounded by unique landscapes.
You'll have the chance to see the famous Benagil cave and take some pictures from the catamaran because boats are forbidden to disembark in the cave.
Zabriskie Point is a part of the Amargosa Range located in Death Valley National Park in California, noted for its erosional landscape. It is composed of sediments from Furnace Creek Lake, which dried up 5 million years ago - long before Death Valley came into existence.
While my friends were enjoying the crowded places in Las Vegas, I decided to take it a little more adventure driving through Death Valley National Park in the neighbor state - California. I came across this viewpoint while I was driving to see the Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes.
Without any doubt, Banff National Park in Alberta Canada is one of the most beautiful places to visit any time of the year, but it's during winter when the places are like a fairytale landscape with the stunning views seared into our minds forever.
That night a snowstorm hit Banff again, and the next morning when we walked outside we were amazed looking the whole place covered in untouched white snow.
We drove to the Hoodoos viewpoint to walk around the park and enjoy the views with the Mount Rundle in the background.
The CN Tower is a 553.3 m-high concrete communications and observation tower located in Downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Built on the former Railway Lands, it was completed in 1976. Its name "CN" originally referred to Canadian National, the railway company that built the tower.
This is my second time in Toronto, and as always this landmark is a must to visit. Except for this time, the lines to go up to the observation deck were one hour long, but once you are at the top you'll enjoy the 360 unobstructed views of the city.
The tour guide was picking us up at 5:00 am to drive us to the middle of the desert, without mention that we were still on jet lag and we barely slept that night.
We arrived in the desert and it was still dark, the balloon was getting ready, but not only ours, but there were also like seven more balloons. The whole idea was to watch the sunrise while we were already in the air to experience the spectacular view of the vast Arabian Desert, honestly, this was a brand new experience as you see the sun slowly rising from the horizon gently illuminating the landscape
Hallgrimskirkja church is Reykjavik's main landmark and its tower can be seen from almost everywhere in the city.
At 74.5 metres high, it is the largest church in Iceland and among the tallest structures in the country. The church is named after the Icelandic poet and clergyman Hallgrimur Petursson, author of the Passion Hymns. city.
I've always been amazed by the fall foliage colors, so this trip to North Georgia was carefully planned to coincide perfectly with those dates. Of course, a little bit of luck will always help since those dates may change depending on the weather.
Also, this was the first time we decided to rent a cabin near a river, instead of going for mountain cabins, the experience is quite different if you are looking for those amazing landscape views in front of you, but honestly, I enjoyed being surrounded by the colorful trees and sleeping with the river sound.
You can walk in the Toccoa river since is mostly shallow water, but instead, I decided to walk several miles along the river looking for the perfect spot to capture some photos. I found this place where huge boulders inside the river gave me the composition I was looking for.
Lotte World Tower is one of Korea's architectural crown jewels. The tower symbolizes the meeting of the modern with the traditional, nature and cutting edge technology, and the accomplishments of man. Lotte World Tower contains everything that is necessary for modern urban living.
It was spring in South Korea, so the weather was amazing to walk around Seokchon Lake and enjoy the amazing views of the tallest building in the country the Lotte World Tower. Seokchon Lake is one of the most famous places in South Korea to experience the cherry blossom season because whole lake is surrounded by cherry trees. It was late March, but the trees were not in full bloom yet.