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Taking photos is important. Why? Because they’re your memories, that’s why! People also like to know what you’re up to in this social day and age (and they also really like to show off, but hey, we’re not here to judge). From Instagram to Snapchat and Facebook, we can all get a little obsessed with those likes and views.
Let’s be honest, traveling the world just to take a photo is expensive and a tad OTT, but if you travel right, it can be one of the most rewarding experiences of your entire adult life. And, if you were to complete our list of these top 30 travel photos to take before you’re 30, you’d have a pretty awesome existence because you would have learned so much about yourself by the end. After all, they do say travel is one of life’s great learning experiences…
From Chile to England, Vietnam to the USA, here are 30 photos you need to take before you’re 30.
In Banff National Park, Lake Moraine offers views for days among the snow-capped peaks of the Rocky Mountains.
Breathtaking coastal walks and the Durdle Door await in this southern English utopia.
Deep blue waters, mammoth limestone pillars and cutesy fishing homes built on stilts. No wonder this stunning bay is one of the most visited and photographed places in Vietnam.
Visit during South America’s summer (December to February), when the sun hardly ever sets on Patagonia’s sublime tundra.
Snapshots of Venice will have people drooling over your Instagram feed.
A sunset and a pile of prehistoric rocks never looked so good.
A spiritual pilgrimage for many, one snap of this enchanting mausoleum will leave you stuck in La-la Land.
The ‘Land of Ice and Fire’ is full of grammable cave porn!
From colour-crazy beach umbrellas to lush gardens and pastel homes built on cliffs overlooking the sea, this Amalfi Coast destination is the closest you’ll come to finding village paradise.
For the best views in Queensland, you’re going to have to dive below the surface to find awesome sea turtles and over 1,400 types of colourful fish – Nemo and Dory included too!
Look long enough and you’ll understand why this coastal stretch of southern Portugal is one of the most popular summer destinations in Europe, #paparazzi.
The bluest alleyways and cobblestone streets make up the city of Chefchaouen.
Snap the roar, the thunder and the power of Canada’s most famous waterfall – oh, and don’t forget to go at night to see them lit up in a spectrum of colours.
Get up close and personal with Japanese snow monkeys who come to bathe in the hot springs of Japan’s Jigokudani Yaen-koen in Nagano.
From the South Rim to the north and everything in between, this rocky nirvana is a photo nerd’s absolute dream.
Party and photograph all the glam and chic at the world’s biggest carnival celebration in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Take a selfie hanging off the epic expanse of Zambia’s Victoria Falls – you might need a selfie stick for this one.
The 16 mile stretch of the Na Pali coast offers some of the most breathtaking views in all of Hawaii. Think emerald green cliffs, lush valleys and hidden beaches.
When you get there just gram’ Bolivia’s Salar de Uyuni, the largest salt flat in the world, to death.
Whitewashed houses as far as the eye can see. Nothing else needs to be said really.
A trip on a hot air balloon is the best way to snap this rock-filled ancient landscape, made up of hundreds of ‘fairy chimneys’ and stunning caves.
This concrete jungle is literally where dreams are made of. The epic cityscape is always one for the ‘gram.
Find yourself whilst taking pictures of dozens of narrow fjords, majestic waterfalls, steep cliffs and glaciers. Simba often comes to play too.
Grab your DSLR and upload all your pictures to Facebook immediately after visiting this UNESCO World Heritage Site complete with stunning lakes, caves, waterfalls, and an array of wildlife.
The Great Pyramids of Giza are the only one of the seven ancient wonders of the world still in existence.
Sail up the Amazon River, the world’s second-largest river, to come face-to-face with over one-third of the world’s animal species.
Explore, discover and get lost in the unforgivable landscapes of the Sahara desert, the largest desert in Africa.
No, this isn’t a scene from a Disney movie, it’s a real French Alpine lake town ridden with colorful, timber homes, gloriously picturesque canals and one of the most beautiful lakes in the world.
You’ve seen it in those HSBC adverts, so why not go and see it for yourself. Use the #NaturePorn hashtag on Insta for extra likes.
Cruise along Big Sur and you’ll spot McWay Falls, Bixby Creek Bridge and Pfeiffer Beach – all deserve a quick snap on Snapchat.
Like a challenge? See if you can visit all these places around the world before you’re 30!