Absolutely insane encounter while diving Cozumel. A gorgeous splendid toadfish (or coral toadfish). This one is entirely endemic to the island Cozumel. Thanks to @nahueldemitri for pointing out this rare beauty 🙏🏻. Cant't wait to go on new adventures and dive again #missdiving
Happy Swedish National Day 🇸🇪🇸🇪🇸🇪🇸🇪🇸🇪! We celebrate it with pictures from our first over night stop with Bobo⛵. 3 years ago we came in late in rain and fog and we scratch the keel because it was so narrow. But the next morning we woke up to this. Only in Sweden you can "park" you boat next to a castle 👑🏰💙🇸🇪 #läcköslott#sweden#fantastic#sailinglife
Cameras At The Ready, Join Igor On A Croatia Photo Tour
There is no denying the beauty of Croatia - I mean just take a look here on any given day of the week. Gaw-jus!
You can snap pretty pictures all over Croatia, no matter where you go - but - if you have a local with you, you're guaranteed to get extra good shots, and you'll to go places that your regular tourist just won't find.
That is where Igor's @croatiaphototour comes in! He has a team of local professional photographers who will guide you on your exploration of Croatia and the neighboring countries.
They have tours that are designed to be adapted to suit everyone. From beginners to fellow professional photographers. All the tours are fully customizable to your needs and interests, and they would be glad to create new ones just for you, any day of the year.
Many of their preset tours highlight the most interesting spots, so you can experience the variety of Croatian landscapes, history, and culture. And, they love to explore less-traveled roads with you!
If you feel like distancing yourself from the crowds, they recommend joining them in discovering the various big and small castles of the northern region of Zagorje, set on rolling hills and surrounded by remote villages, vineyards, and windy roads, starting from Zagreb.
If you're based in or around Split, you can opt for their Krka River tour that covers the locations most people never learn of or have our guides put together an island-hopping tour for an experience of the slow Mediterranean way of life.
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A visit to the cave and waterfalls make for a nice activity. There are two ways to get there, one using a rough trail and the other one is to walk a dirt road to the cave.
You can take a jeep/tuk-tuk up the dirt road and walk one hour. Using the trail it took 2.5h to get back to the village. Take note that there is a fee (a little steep) to see this cave.