If Raja Ampat sometimes feels like the setting for Jurassic Park above water, below it’s pure Finding Nemo. Head to our link in bio to explore more of this remote Indonesian archipelago. 🌴 📸@lauraalycebell#travelerinindonesia
With tiled cities, vast deserts, and bazaars full of textiles and ceramics, the Central Asian country of Uzbekistan is still unmarred by tourism. For tips on how to explore the heart of the ancient silk road, head to the link in bio. 📸 @felixodell
We love that the cascading infinity pools mirror the terraced rice fields in the surrounding Balinese countryside. We're also pretty fond of the smell of frangipani that fills the air and those uninterrupted ocean views. 📸 @livelikeitsthewknd#travelerinindonesia
It’s hard to believe that Bologna, one of Europe’s greatest food capitals, gets the cold shoulder from most visitors to northern Italy. But what the city may lack in postcard-perfect monuments, it makes up for with simpler, more hedonistic pleasures, like crumbly chunks of Parmigiano-Reggiano; fizzy glasses of Lambrusco; and forkfuls of tagliatelle al ragù next to dainty, pork-filled tortellini. Head to the link in bio to plan your next food-cation.🍝 📸 @giovannitosca
The bright blue-and-white paradise of Santorini has long been Greece's most-visited island, and the cruise ship passengers on every corner prove it. But despite the crowds, it's still one of those awe-inspiring places that makes you stop and say, "Is this actually real?" Yes, yes it is.
While most people choose to visit the pastel painted villages of Cinque Terre via the lower, “Blue Path”, there is something to be said for the quieter (and sparsely populated) higher trail. Although it's much longer and more difficult than its more popular counterpart, the High Path offers superlative ocean views and charming cafes along the way. Head to the link in bio for everything you need to know about hiking the world's most stunning walking paths.
We're not sure if we're more excited about the epically empty beaches or the chance to glimpse real live Komodo Dragons in Indonesian's remote eastern islands. To read about a journey through the region on a luxe wooden yacht (and how to charter your own) check out the link in bio.📸 @benstockley