The Poor Knights Islands are famous for being on Cousteau’s top 10 dives. The scenery above the water is fantastic as well, great for kayaking & snorkelling.
In the turquoise waters of the bay, 144 natural and wild islands stand between an irregular shaped land. It is stunning. Good surprise: dolphins and seals love it as well!
Tips and objects I love to have with me when kayaking or canoeing.
Sydney Opera House and the Harbour Bridge are part of the typical tourist photo. Vivid Sydney is a perfect opportunity to add a touch of originality to it!
For its culture, its history, its food and its diversity, Istanbul is among my top 3 favourite cities. From the Roman Byzantium, the imperial Constantinople, the Ottoman centre to the vibrant Istanbul, this city is fascinating.
No doubt how they got inspired for the name. The Great Ocean Road is great indeed: a spectacular and very scenic road trip for over 240km. It is one of the most popular road trips in Australia.
The stunning natural beauty all around Lake Abant is a perfect way to relax and refresh the mind for a day or a weekend out of the city.
Cappadocia region is very singular and I still have never seen anything comparable to its unusual landscape. The fairy chimneys are not the only specialty of the region: take time to explore the troglodytic houses and cathedrals, the underground cities, and try some Turkish wine!
Bath is a very ancient town (800 BC) built in white big stones. It gives it a special charm and I really felt like traveling back in time during my visits.
In French, Belle Ile en Mer means “beautiful island in the sea”, and people from there always underline that the island deserves its name.