10 of the Finest Travel Destinations for Photography Enthusiasts

There are people who have a keen eye for beautiful sceneries. They are the guys you will commonly find taking photographs of anything and everything that is striking. If you are photography lover, you will be glad to know that the world is packed with a whole lot of places where you can visit to satisfy your desire. It all depends on how far you want to travel. So get your passport ready and get ready to tour the finest travel destinations on this planet.

Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe

Nestled among mountains, Lake Tahoe is a phenomenal place for all travelers regardless of what you like. There are those who love lazing around when on vacation while others just want to take tons and tons of snapshots. Lake Tahoe is one of America’s finest destinations for photography lovers.

Maasai Mara

Maasai Mara

Located in the East African country of Kenya, Maasai Mara plays host to a whole lot of wonders to spot including the world’s 8th wonder- the wildebeest migration across the Mara river. For those who love taking photographs of game, rest assure that there is no shortage of them here. You will get to spot graceful gazelles, beastly lions and grotesque crocodiles lying in wait for their prey. This is where all the action takes place.

Serengeti National Park

Serengeti National Park

Cross the Mara river and you will find yourself in Tanzania. The Serengeti National Park is just across Maasai Mara. The wildebeest usually cross over to the Serengeti. This is where all the action takes place. Do you want to capture zebra, gazelles and other grazers giving birth? Perhaps a heated chase of a cheetah running after a highly worried gazelle will gladden your heart. Serengeti is the place to visit for this kind of action.

Yosemite National Park

Yosemite National Park

This national park might not really have the action you will find in Africa’s Serengeti and Maasai Mara but it is a wonderful place. With majestic rocks protruding prominently from the ground, Yosemite is one of the most visited national parks. It is a very popular rock-climbing destination and also for camping. Get there photograph and then let the ridiculously tall waterfalls lull you to sleep.

Phuket, Thailand

Phuket, Thailand

If you are looking for something less all inland’ you are bound to love Thailand’s island- Phuket. This is a super destination for all who want to just let loose. The crystal-clear, turquoise waters are going to wow you with their beauty. Phuket is a place where work and relaxation can go into the same sentences affirmatively.

Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat

Spectacular people, breathtaking architectural structures and awe-inspiring natural phenomena are the package you get when you visit Angkor Wat. It is the perfect destination for the photography lover who has a thing for ancient architecture.

Petra

Petra

Speak of ancient worlds and Petra should come to mind. This lost city hidden in the Arabian Desert across the Jordan is a spectacle to marvel at. The city is home to a whole lot of majestic architectural masterpieces. Everything from the entrance of the city is worth at least several photographs. So ensure that your camera has enough memory capacity.

Galapagos Islands

Galapagos Islands

Charles Darwin visited these islands not once, not twice but several times. The island is teeming with thousands of species of animals. The air is alive with flocks of albatrosses and pelicans. The land is packed with 29 species of birds and iguana. The water is home to jaw-dropping marine life.

Antarctica

Antarctica

This is commonly referred to as the continent of contradictions. There are shades of white and blue you have never seen before this is the place to go. Snow and ice cover as far as the lens of your camera can spot. Funny enough less than 6 inches of snow fall annually. The wildlife here rarely gets to experience people and will thus allow you to get up close and personal.

Colca Canyon

Colca Canyon

Had you visited this place before the 70s, you would never have gotten there. The valley seemed to have been forgotten completely by the rest of the world. 62 miles long and 2.5 miles in depth, the Colca Canyon is a tourist hotspot in Peru.

Bottom line:

As a photography lover, you will never lack a place to visit to check out the wonders of the world. There is everything to be photographed from ancient cities long forgotten to wildlife in natural habitat. The above are just some of the many places where you can start your photography all world tour’.

Author:

Alina from UK, travel enthusiast who loves to share her travel stories on different blogs. Presently she working on behalf of ESTA visa which provides a visa assistance to visit USA.