Mont-Saint-Michel, rocky islet and famous sanctuary in Manche département, Normandy région, France, off the coast of Normandy. It lies 41 miles (66 km) north of Rennes and 32 miles (52 km) east of Saint-Malo. Around its base are medieval walls and towers above which rise the clustered buildings of the village with the ancient abbey crowning the mount. One of the more popular tourist attractions in France, Mont-Saint-Michel was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1979.
📸 - @davidmrule - I can’t believe I’ve only seen 18 of the 6000+ cenotés of the Yucatán. This jungle is full of more wonder than a single human could possibly see in a lifetime. Of the cenotés I saw though, this one was definitely one of the biggest and most picturesque. During our scooter voyage, @yanayogatulum and I drove an extra hour just to see this thing, which was super sketchy seeing as how we had already broken down twice. Backflipping into the turquoise blue cenoté sauce definitely made the journey worth it! #earthoutdoors
@robin.wittwer - Anzeige | Welcome to the Faroe Islands! 🇫🇴 Already as a little boy and long time before I started the photography, I wanted to visit the Faroe Islands. Therefore, it’s most special to me to be here currently. It’s hard to put the first impressions into words - this place is truly out of this world!
@jakesout - I remember 2 years ago arriving at this spot after the long hike in. I didn’t have the best gear and my back was killing me but you stop thinking about all that when you see something like this. Happy to say this year I was much more prepared and still as blown away by this place. Already thinking about next year! Whose down?
Artist Spotlight - @giuligartner This gorgeous waterfall is located in the heart of Lesotho which is a country inside of South Africa. After a few hours of driving on a windy road and a few directions from the local people we found this little (not that little really) gem. Thanks for snapping this moment @thewandertravels !
@everchanginghorizon - Every visitor who enters Palau signs a pledge in their passport - “To preserve and protect . . tread lightly, act kindly and explore mindfully.” This respectful mentality reflects thru their warm culture and pristine landscapes. I have never seen so much beauty, virtually untouched. @savethereef
Song by: @phosphorescentmusic “Black Moon/Silver Waves”
@thrainnko - Another Faroese classic and rightly so. The old soccer field of Eiði, situated in the most epic scenery you could think of for anybsporting event. Surrounded by the sea on one side, a small lake on another side and then fill the rest in with some epic mountains and cliffs.