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Top insta-worthy destinations you need to see in 2023
2023 is the year of the candid selfie, and with travel now open within most countries throughout the world it’s the perfect time to dust off your photography skills and update that insta feed.

If you’re looking for that omg post and are ready for an adventure packed holiday, we’ve culminated our favourite stunning locations below.


Iguazu Falls, Brazil

Located on the border of the Argentine province of Misiones and the Brazilian state of Paraná, the Iguazu Falls are one of the most important destinations in South America.

Every year millions of people come to visit the area and it’s no wonder. The park where the falls sit span over 250,000 hectares of beautiful and natural landscape and is home to plenty of animal and flora species. The Falls themselves are a whopping 269 feet tall (vs Niagara’s 177 feet) and have a total of 275 drops.

There are 6 different circuits to take around the park so it’s well worth doing your research and speaking to an expert to find the right one for you.


Semenggoh Wildlife Centre, Malaysia

If you’re an animal lover you don’t want to miss a visit to the Semenggoh Wildlife Centre in Malaysia. Home to a colony of semi-wild orangutans who are trained and used to human encounters, you can say hello to the beautiful creatures and even snap a selfie with them!

There’s also a botanical garden that consists of an orchid nursery, ethno-botanical gardens, a fruit orchard, a fernarium, a bamboo garden and a quaint pond to visit.


Koh Yao Noi Treehouses, Thailand

For an adventurous overnight stay in a more off road location, the Koh Yao Noi Treehouses are a must. They’re situated in a luxury beachfront and seaside resort and are surrounded by lush greenery that overlooks white sandy beaches and cerulean blue waters. They’re the perfect place for the most insta-worthy background.


The Northern Lights, Iceland

I think it’s safe to say most people have heard of the Northern Lights (or the Aurora Borealis if you’re feeling fancy) so I won’t introduce them. However, it’s well worth noting the ideal times to visit Iceland to catch a glimpse of the stunning natural phenomenon.

For your best chance to get that once-in-a-lifetime shot, consider visiting between September – April when dark and long nights have taken over from the bright summer nights in Iceland.

When visiting Iceland it's common to stay in the capital city, Reykjavik. So, for an added bonus make sure you stroll along the waterfront for a view of the awe-inspiring mountainous region across the water.


Waimea Canyon Park, Hawaii

Waimea Canyon, also affectionately known as the Grand Canyon of the Pacific, is a large canyon approximately ten miles long and up to 3,000 feet deep. Located on the western side of Kaua’i in the Hawaiian Islands, it’s a fascinating place for local culture and history.

The park itself is famous for its scenic drive, panoramic lookouts, and hikes of varying difficulty. Depending on the time you visit, the canyon’s appearance can vary (sometimes seemingly throughout the day). It’s best to visit early in the morning as there’s fewer crowds and better visibility – ideal for those perfect pics.

There are several ways you can tour the canyon, including biking and a helicopter ride, so it’s worth speaking to an expert.


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