Top 10 Best Places to visit with a drone

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Top 10 Best Places to visit with a drone

Top 10 Best Places to visit with a drone

Traveling is an amazing experience in and of itself, but it can be improved even more using a drone. Drones allow you to see the world from a whole different perspective and capture your best photography and videography yet.

Many photographers wish to capture images, especially from aerial perspectives, to illustrate the captivating locations. Here are the top ten jaw-dropping locations around the world that is perfect for aerial shots.

1. Tepui, Venezuela

Photo credits Freddy Clavo

Tepui, which means “House of Gods” originated from the native tongue of the indigenous people, Penon. A table-top mountain can be found in the Guiana Highlands of South America. With its rainforest view in the country’s plateau, amazing shots will surely be taken. Plus, the foggy-like ambiance and cotton clouds are worth it.

2. Zakynthos Cave, Greece

Photo credits Max van den Oetelaar

The mediterranean sea under the wonderful caves shines crystal clear from a far, whether day or night!

3. Huanglong Valley, China

Photo credits Lucas de Kam

The blue pools, rock formations and the forest are indeed nice because of the colors they have. Given that this place is included in the UNESCO World Heritage sites, tons of tourists aim to have a glimpse of its jaw-dropping view from a very wide angle. In addition, the ground releases air that makes the valley magical and historical.

4. Bornholm, Denmark

Photo credits Andreas Dress

Bornholm is the largest among 400 islands that can be found in Denmark. The mirror-like seaside is perfect for landscapes and horizontal shoots. A very calming yet easy to go to place, rare to be honest.

5. Boracay Island, Aklan, Philippines

Photo credits Laurentiu Morariu

Boracay is a small island only, yet tourists from many different countries come often to see its white sand beaches. It is one of the top beaches in the Philippines.

6. Lofoten Islands, Norway

Photo credits Ophélie Authier

The mountain ranges in Lofoten Islands are definitely a great destination for drone pilots to take amazing clips and photos. With the extra wide space it has, flying of drones is hassle-free. You can capture beautiful shots through day and night.

7. Laguna Colorada, Bolivia

Photo credits Agnieszka Mordaunt

Also called ‘Red Lagoon’, is a salt lake that really looks red and contains warm water in the early morning. If you are lucky enough, you can also see andean flamingos in the lake. Because of the algaes and minerals down the lake, the color appears red. Photographers and videographers are attracted to the bloody-like lagoon and distant mountains. Usually, tourists go here during winter.

8. Arizona, United States

Photo credits Robert Murray

The outside part of this region is filled with cactus that makes it a cool horizon. However, rules are strictly imposed that should be followed by drone pilots. Be careful with the borders and never violate the restrictions for smooth and safe exploration.

9. Swiss Alps, Switzerland

Photo credits Jack Ward

The green scenery gives a dramatic vibe to the peaks. The alps include the highest mountains in Switzerland, that is what the country is famous for. The stunning peaks magnets the hikers and trekkers to see the view from top of the mountains. It is best for wide range coverage to showcase the mountains, and the lakes as well.

10. Trango Towers, Pakistan

Photo credits Behzad Hassan

Trango towers lay down between the Middle east and Asia. For drone pilots and travelers, this is a perfect set up of paradise—from the tall mountains covered with snow, the weather, and all. Others might think that Pakistan only has desserts, but the Trango towers prove it wrong.

Truly, great destinations are scattered everywhere. Our nature offers numerous perfect spots that you can freely choose from. Seems like the virtual tour is enjoyable, right? Have your drones ready now, and let the adventures begin!

Peter Mark

Author Since: 12 January 2021