Nothing is as annoying at work as the mesmerizing travel photos of Instagram. These palms, the sea, the panoramas of the mountains - how strongly they act on the nerves. Especially when you spend days and nights at the computer, setting up and spreading tables. The last vacation was so long ago that you can't even remember how she herself posted the same heartbreaking pictures. We suggest not to sit idly by, but to develop a new plan to conquer the world (and vacation). We took the liberty of choosing 6 of the most photogenic places in the world.
Easter Island, Chile
You've probably heard of this small island in the South Pacific. The celebrity was brought to him by moai - stone statues 20 meters high in the form of a human head with a torso truncated to the waist level. There is a legend that these stone statues once themselves "came" to the island. A selfie from one of these heads will definitely be remembered for a lifetime. And not just you.
Lake Retba, Senegal
Lovers of water bodies will enjoy a trip to one of the states in West Africa, namely to Senegal. It is there that you can find Retba Lake, or Pink Lake. It got its name due to the special color of the water, which, as you might guess, has a pink tint. This magic happens thanks to the bacteria crumbs called Dunaliellsalina, which produce a special pigment to absorb the sun's rays of this specific color.
Valley of Geysers, Kamchatka
Russia also deserves a place on our list. The Valley of Geysers, located in Kamchatka, is both a beautiful and dangerous place. Getting there won't be easy, but the difficulties will be rewarded with views. It is not for nothing that it is on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Waterfalls of Kauai Island, Hawaii
Kauai is one of the most picturesque Hawaiian islands. Its nature is impressive: having seen it once, it will be impossible to forget. The most impressive attraction of the island is considered by many to be its waterfalls. By the way, here's a funny feature of the island: one of its many inhabitants are chickens, which roam freely even in settlements.
Lake Paterswoldsemer, Netherlands
In the north of the Niderand is the large city of Groningen, one of the main attractions of which is the annually freezing lake, which, thanks to the locals, transforms into an ice rink. Imagine a 10 km long ice path. This is not a skating rink in Gorky Park!
Oymyakon, Yakutia, Russia
In recent years, Moscow has not made its residents happy with this winter. It seems that we are already accustomed to celebrating the New Year in autumn coats and with slush under our feet. However, if you still cherish the dream of real frosty snowy weather, go to Oymyakon. The average temperature in December is minus 45 degrees. Already somewhere, and there you can arrange a real snow photo session.
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