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The world's most colorful destinations
Posted on 13/03/2019

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From candy floss-pink lakes, to multicolored mountains, Mother Nature really has been blessed with the world's colour palette! And not only are these destinations breathtakingly magnificent, but you're guaranteed to leave with a new and improved, and not to mention more colourful, Instagram feed! So, why not start planning your trip now?

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  • Daigo-ji Temple, Kyoto, Japan
    Daigo-ji Temple, Kyoto, Japan

    If you thought Britain's fall foliage was impressive, think again. Head just southeast of Japan's former-capital, Kyoto, for autumn leaves that don't even require an Instagram filter!

    Here you'll discover the magnificent and UNESCO-protected Daigo-ji Temple. And yes this site is undeniably beautiful at any time of the year, but come autumn visitors are surrounded by a sea of warm, red leaves.

  • Muizenberg, Cape Town, South Africa
    Muizenberg, Cape Town, South Africa

    Cape Town is often described as 'vibrant' in all senses of the word, with a diversity of landscapes, cultures and cuisines. But there's nowhere more colourful in this city than Muizenberg.

    Lining the shores of this beach-side suburb you'll find hundreds of brightly colored huts. Once used as changing rooms for women, today they mostly house the surfboards of local hipsters, but the huts are just as bright!

  • Five Flower Lake, China
    Five Flower Lake, China

    Inside the UNESCO-protected Jiuzhaigou National Park you'll find a number of magnificent waterfalls and lakes, but none are as wonderfully colorful as the famous Five Flower Lake!

    Nestled in emerald green hills, it's not the depth of this lake that makes it so impressive, but its water's mesmerizing rainbow of color. Covering the color spectrum from deep green to sapphire blue and even fiery amber, no day at this lake is the same!

  • Tulip fields, Holland
    Tulip fields, Holland

    Did you know Holland is much more than hipsters on bicycles? Especially at the end of spring, when the entire country is blanketed in an array of vibrant blossoming flowers.

    Despite being best known for its fields of pink, orange, yellow and red daffodils, Holland also boasts an impressive variety of perfectly arranged hyacinths and daffodils. And what makes for a better Instagram than some pretty flowers?

  • Zhangye Danxia, China
    Zhangye Danxia, China

    It's no surprise that the Zhangye Danxia, otherwise known as China's Rainbow Mountains, find themselves on National Geographic's list of Top 10 Geographical Wonders.

    At first glance, the mountain's streaks of orange, red, blue, yellow and green resemble the inside of a delicious rainbow cake, but they are in fact a result of years of oxidation and erosion of the mountain's many minerals. Mother Nature definitely outdid herself with this one!

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