April 24, 2018

World’s First Underwater Villa Offers Spectacular Living 16 Feet Below the Sea

If you’ve ever dreamt of being like Ariel and living under the sea, now’s your chance to make your fantasy a reality. The Conrad Maldives Rangali Island recently announced what they believe to be the world's first underwater villa. They’re calling the stunning locale Muraka, or “coral” in Dhivehi (the local language of the Maldives), and it's projected to sit 16 feet and four inches below the surface of the ocean.

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April 5, 2018

Photographer Travels All Over the World Capturing the Most Beautiful Shots

Hong Kong-based art director and photographer Victor Cheng travels the globe capturing the world’s most beautiful locations as part of his growing portfolio of travel photography. Originally from Toronto, Cheng’s breathtaking images depict a diverse range of landscapes, architecture, and cultures. Cheng reveals on Instagram, “I’ve always been inspired to travel to new places since picking up photography.

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March 30, 2018

Glass-Walled Cabin in Iceland Lets You Gaze at the Northern Lights Right From Bed

If you want to take your Northern Lights watching to another level, you may want to book a stay at the Panorama Glass Lodge. Located in a remote area just 30 minutes outside of Reykjavík, this quaint lodge features an incredible view of the Icelandic landscape thanks to large glass windows that surround the bed. Built to sleep two people, you can lounge while gazing at the stars above and the night sky around you.

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March 23, 2018

Interview: Photographer Turns Travels Into a Visual Love Letter to South America

Belgian travel photographer Kevin Faingnaert spent three months traversing Bolivia, Argentina, and Peru, forgoing winter in his home country for an exploration of South America. The resulting travelogue is an incredible visual diary that pays homage to the people and places of the countries he visited. From breathtaking landscapes to nuanced portraits, Faingnaert captures the spirit of each location in his desaturated, timeless photographs.

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