Instagram can be a major source of wanderlust — embrace it! Take a cue from these incredible travel photographers and book a trip to swim in Fiji or relax in a hot pool in Oregon. Whatever your taste, there's something for every jetsetter.
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1Pink Salt Lake, Recherche Archipelago, Western Australia
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Lake Hillier, which resembles the pink bubble gum you used to have as a kid, is found in and is about 1,969 feet long. Though the cause of the color is still unconfirmed, scientists believe a bacteria that lives in the salt crusts has created a pink dye and is the cause of the vibrant color.
2Love Wall, Culver City
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If you love the great weather, delicious food, diverse crowds and colorful backdrops of Southern California, show your love at the famous "Love Wall" in Culver City. The mural was created by artist Curtis Kulig, who started the "love" mural campaign featured in different cities such as Paris and Berlin, according to .
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It's crystal clear why Fiji was recently selected as a destination to shoot the 2017 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue: It is filled with sights that promise to stun. If you love the outdoors, Fiji is beckoning you to play a round of golf at or to rent a surfboard and hit the water. Or, of course, if you're anything like this Instagrammer, you can swim with stingrays (eek!).
Gaze at the stars and ponder the universe at this magical spot in Chile. Known as "Cordillera de la Sal," these salt mountains in the Atacama desert were formed millions of years ago and molded by the rain, wind and sun, according to . While in the area, check out the otherworldy , which are located in the heart of the Atacama desert.
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Cuba was once off-limits to Americans, but (as we're sure you've heard) Americans can now book a flight and explore the best Havana has to offer. Observe the beautifully colorful buildings in the city, and take an hour to be awed by the stunning campus of the historic (one of the first colleges to be founded in the Americas in 1728). Oh, and of course, rent a classic 1950s car.
6Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada
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Head over to this impressive park located in Ontario, Canada for a soothing kayak ride through incredibly reflective lake waters. The park is filled with both deciduous forests and coniferous forests, offering an incredible expanse of plant and animal life (including black bears!), according to the official .
7Iguazu Falls, Iguazu River, Argentina
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Chances are, this destination with nearly two miles of waterfalls isn't on your travel bucket list.... yet. is a must-see if you've ever wanted to visit Argentina, or if you are simply entranced by the natural wonders of the world. Located on the border of Brazil and Argentina, the waterfalls are 1.7 miles long and 269 feet tall, making them the largest system of waterfalls in the world.
8Kawasan Falls, Badian Cebu, Philippines
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Care to visit a hidden paradise? Try the Philippines — we suggest the municipality of in particular. Dip into the refreshing water and swim near waterfalls, or purchase beaded necklaces and bracelets at local shops.
9Lake Resia, Reschensee, Italy
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Visit Lake Resia if "walking on water" is something you haven't done just yet. A tower is the only thing that remains of a Graun, more than 60 years ago after a power company decided to build a giant artificial lake. During winter, the water freezes and tourists can walk straight to the tower.
10Umpqua Hot Springs, Oregon
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Portland tends to be the hotspot destination in Oregon, but to truly get away and relax, you'll want to visit the Umpqua Hot Springs in Glide, Oregon, above the North Umpqua River. At the site, campsites and picnic tables — and a decent (or indecent?) number of naked tourists. Viva la vida.
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Skip Disneyland and instead book a trip to Germany to visit this real life fortress in Wierschem, Germany. The castle has guided tours in English which usually last 2.5 hours. Bonus perk: If you're a dog lover, you can bring Fido with too.
12Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali
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If you're looking for a spiritual retreat, then search no further than Pura Tirtha Empul, the Hindu temple located in Manukaya, where locals go to cleanse themselves in the sacred waters. Tourists by asking for permission before partaking in it themselves.
13Koh Phangan, Thailand
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A breathtaking scenic view is essential to relaxing on vacation, and it doesn't get any better than this tropical spot located in Koh Phangan, Thailand. A stay at the comes with this spectacular view, along with options to take a ride on a traditional fishing boat, rent motorbikes and even organize an authentic Thai wedding ceremony.
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People often say to take the road less traveled, but in this case (and for the perfect photo op), we suggest you take the famous Lauterbrunnen road. The road is located in Bern, the capital city of Switzerland, specifically in a valley in the Alps. Its include beautiful mountains, greenery, waterfalls and meadows.
15Humanity Lake, Peru
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Humantay Lake, located in the Laguna de Humantai, Peru, offers stunning views of Salkantay Mountain above the gorgeous blue water, perfect for those wanting to capture the ideal Instagram photo. Visitors can choose to stay at , where local families guide tourists through trails, cultural norms and historical ancestry.