Travel Photography that Will Inspire Your Next Trip

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Are you looking for inspiration for your next trip?

You’ve come to the right place.

Here you’ll find stacks of travel photos submitted by our travel writers and travel photographers. Check out these beautiful pictures. Then makes plans for your next trip.

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The Amazon is a huge system that includes an ecosystem of rivers and forests. It covers almost half of Brazil and extending into neighboring countries in South America.

The river is 6280 kilometers long of wild flora and fauna. Of course, you can expect great adventures on the Brazilian Amazon even with simple nature tripping as it is has the highest biodiversity rate of organisms in the world.

Today’s photo of the week was taken of Tanya of Off-Track Backpacking in the Brazilian Amazon. Tanya, and her friend Nara, founded Off-Track Backpacking while they met in Portugal in 2005. The blog shares their backpacking experiences while also giving readers travel tips, news and ideas.

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Today’s photo of the week was taken by Tanya of Off-Track Backpacking in Patagonia, Argentina on her way to Laguna de los Tres. Tanya, and her friend Nara, founded Off-Track Backpacking while they met in Portugal in 2005. The blog shares their backpacking experiences while also giving readers travel tips, news and ideas.

Looking for first-hand accounts of trips to Patagonia? Check out a few of our articles:

Today’s photo of the week was taken by Tanya of Off-Track Backpacking from Cape Town, South Africa’s Table Mountain.  After a failed attempt to hike up the mountain, Tanya ended up taking the cableway but still thought she deserved some time to chill at the top and enjoy the beauty of Cape Town.Tanya, and her friend Nara, founded Off-Track Backpacking while they met in Portugal in 2005. The blog shares their backpacking experiences while also giving readers travel tips, news and ideas.

Today’s photo of the week was taken at the Ponte Sant’Angelo, or Saint Angelo Bridge in Rome, Italy by Melinda Morgan. She recalls the weather was overcast and how it set itself up for a beautiful picturesque view of this ancient Roman bridge. Melinda first left the US last summer to volunteer in Vienna, Austria and after having such an amazing solo experience abroad, she decided to go back to Europe again for her thesis on how the people create the culture of their country.

Today’s photo of the week was taken by Simone Larsen, who studied abroad in Egypt. This is a photo of Manshiyat Naser, aka “Garbage City,” a remote part of town on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt. The Coptic Christians, Cairo’s outcasts, live here among the millions of tons of Cairo’s trash, sorting and recycling as their source of income. Among the filth are the city’s nicest, most humble people inspired by their faith. Manshiyat Naser is also home to the largest church in the middle east which is built into the side of a cliff, seating up to 15,000 for mass each week.

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