Travel Philippines vs Bali, Indonesia ? / BEST TRAVEL DESTINATION 2018 ?

Travel Philippines vs Bali, Indonesia ? / BEST TRAVEL DESTINATION 2018 ?

Philippines or Bali 😀 In todays video I will compare these two very popular travel destinations in south east asia.

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My favorite travel destination! Kualoa Ranch!

My favorite travel destination! Kualoa Ranch!

(upbeat electronic music)
– [Justine] Right now, we are at Kualoa Ranch
and this is probably one of my most favorite places,
I think, in the entire world.
It is the most beautiful ranch.
There's over 4,000 acres
and they have shot so many films here.
I'm pretty sure you guys have seen so many of them.
We also did a really amazing tour here back in October.
I never posted that vlog,
but today you're finally gonna get to see it.
But first, we're gonna hop on this boat
and go to small, tiny cool island.
I have a lot of stuff!
(upbeat electronic music)
So guys, one thing that I definitely recommend
you should never drone from a moving boat.
It's a really bad idea.
So thankfully, we're not moving.
I mean, it's definitely possible,
but I would not recommend it.
(upbeat electronic music)
So I'm about to attempt a really fun drone shot.
I basically want to fly it through this little boat
and up and away, so let's hope that it works.
I'm gonna try two,
I'm gonna do one facing me and then one facing away.
Fingers crossed, guys.
(drone whirs)
It looks so awesome!
(upbeat electronic music)
(bright electronic music)
They filmed Jurassic Park here!
They filmed so many movies, and we're going to go
to all those locations and check them out.
So let's go, we've got to go rally the troops.
We are here with our family and our friend Susie
and I don't know where Bree went, she's somewhere.
(bright electronic music)
– [Man] Alright, so he's gonna be your tour guide.
– [Women] Hi.
– [Justine] I'm Justine, nice to meet you!
– [Tour Guide] Nice to meet you!
– [Justine] Alright, everybody hop in! Get in!
(group yells excitedly)
– Can I sit in the front?
– [Tour Guide] You can.
– Okay! Yes!
Everyone have enough room?
– [Woman] Have everybody?
(everybody cheers)
Hello, wow! This is great!
(bright funky music)
So this is where Jurassic World was filmed,
and the helicopter that took off in the beginning
was actually right here, but they dismantled it
because they didn't want actual helicopters
to land here inside of the ranch.
The visitor's center was brought in all by CGI,
so basically, this was a canvas for them to start with.
And, the rest of it was all filled in with CGI.
(bright funky music)
This is probably my favorite part so far of the tour.
This is where the T-Rex escaped at the beginning
of the movie.
And they said that normally on movie sets
they end up taking down all of the props
and things like that, but this
they left up because it was a very highly requested thing
that people wanted to see on the tour.
This is so cool!
This is the lookout behind us.
We're gonna go up there right now, but they said that
they're doing some construction on the glass.
Because, all of this stuff had to sort of be remade.
Because, originally, when things are created for movies,
they're all tore down because they're not built to last.
Especially, in Hawaii in tropical conditions like this.
We're goin' up, look here it is!
Ah, this is so cool!
I'm freaking out guys, I'm so excited.
Look the iPad!
Not sure which gen this is?
Hmm, I don't think they've updated to iOS 11.
And the Photo Booth app, somebody definitely Googled
(laughs) iPad screen.
Next stop.
(slow ethereal music)
(moving electronic music)
Behind me is the restaurant where they filmed
for 50 First Dates with Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore.
I've got some popcorn here.
It's snack time and break on the tour.
But, this is so pretty.
Like, isn't this awesome?
– So this right here is where
they docked the submarine in Lost.
– [Justine] Wow.
– [Man] Did you know that, John?
(Tour Guide sings)
– [Justine] This is such an awesome view!
(upbeat electronic music)
Right here is Hurley's golf course from Lost,
if you guys remember that from the show.
Any Lost fans? God I love that show.
Those right there are Godzilla's footsteps.
They're pretty huge.
Now that I'm up close to it,
it just kind looks like a big dirt hole.
You would never be able to tell that this was a footstep.
Well, this is a pretty cool view.
(cheerful music)
This is from Kong: Skull Island,
I never saw the movie, so I'm not really sure
what this is in reference to,
but now I'm gonna have to see it,
and then I'll be able to be like wow, we were there.
(Justine laughs)
There should be a shrine nearby!
We're now heading into the World War II bunkers,
which is also doubled as some scenes for Lost.
(muffled chatter)
Hey! Awh here it is, the Lost, this is
what I was looking for! Yes!
This is unbelieva- (group screams)
Awh, I hate you!
– [Man] Did we actually get you?
– You actually did, oh my god
I was really scared I'm crying!
– That was a genuine yell.
– [Justine] I was freaking scared,
oh my god, I hate you.
Anyway, now that I am not
as terrified as I was before.
– [Jenna] You yelled so loud.
(slow electronic music)
Guys, thank you so much for watching this vlog,
that was basically, it seems like almost,
six months in the making.
I love this place, and if you guys are ever in Oahu,
I definitely recommend, you have to check it out
because it is just incredibly breathtaking.
The views, the scenery, and all of the people here
are so nice that it's such an experience,
and I hope that one day you guys can also experience it too,
but now, that's it, that's the end of the vlog!
I'll see you guys later.

Most Beautiful Travel Destination | Montenegro

Most Beautiful Travel Destination | Montenegro

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Ranking the Vikings 2019 Road Games by Travel Destination

Ranking the Vikings 2019 Road Games by Travel Destination

Minnesota Vikings fans love taking the show on the road and now that the schedule is out, we’ve ranked the Vikings 2019 road games by travel destination desireability. Consult before you book your flights and tickets!

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Top 15 Exotic Destinations To Add To Your 2018 Travel List

Top 15 Exotic Destinations To Add To Your 2018 Travel List

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Why Pakistan Can Become the #1 Travel Destination in the World

Why Pakistan Can Become the #1 Travel Destination in the World

This isn’t my typical video. Yesterday, I had a chance to speak in front of the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan, and share with him my experience of Pakistan over the last year. I was so honoured to receive this privilege, and I wanted to share my talk with you too.

I may not be Pakistani, but I have come to care deeply about Pakistan and its burgeoning tourism industry. I strongly believe that the country has infinite tourism potential, and I can’t wait to see Pakistanis from all regions benefit from this. And, of course, I can’t wait for the whole world to see what Pakistan is truly like.

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18 Best Travel Destinations of 2018 | Where to Travel This Year!

18 Best Travel Destinations of 2018 | Where to Travel This Year!

Happy New Year.
Welcome back to Vagabrothers. Welcome to 2018.
Wow. We know that you just got finished with the holidays, but trust us.
January is the perfect time to start planning your adventures for the new year.
We've gathered up all of our notes to help you get started. We've compared prices,
and we've come together with a list of the 18 best places to visit in 2018.
We've struck a balance between tight budgets and bucket lists experiences,
telling you where to go and how much it costs to get there.
2017 was a wild year:
natural disasters, terrorist attacks, the travel ban.
We've considered all this in making our list and selected countries that are safe,
accessible, and where your tourist dollars can make a difference.
So get out your vision board, if you still do that, and get ready to book your flights.
These are the 18 best places to visit in 2018.
Number 1: Peru.
Peru is already on everyone's bucket list
thanks to Machu Picchu, a jewel of humanity's heritage
and a mandatory selfie stop
for pretty much everybody who knows what a selfie is.
The cat's already out of the bag,
and the crowds at Machu Picchu are insane.
But Peru makes our list for everything beyond Machu Picchu.
Start with the food….
Peruvian cuisine has taken its rightful place as one of the best cuisines in the world: a fusion of Andean,
European, and Asian cuisines that has made the capital
Lima one of the best foodie destinations in the world and the only
city to host two of the world's top ten best restaurants.
So if you're into good food, Lima is the city for you.
Then there's Cusco, the Rome of the Americas,
the ancient capital of the Inca where you can soak up history before catching a ride to
Machu Picchu on one of the world's most luxurious trains.
If you haven't already seen our vlogs from Peru and our 360 tour of Machu Picchu,
make sure you click the cards right here
to get some more inspiration.
But this year we're trying to go even deeper-
surf trips up Peru's unspoiled coastline, eating our way through colonial Arequipa
and heading over to the Peruvian Amazon
to spot wildlife in one of the world's most biodiverse regions.
If you're dead set on Machu Picchu,
you might want to go in May.
This is when the weather is still good enough to hike the Inca Trail,
which must be booked months in advance,
but the crowds are not yet insane in Machu Picchu.
Number 2: Belgrade, Serbia.
If your idea of a hike is more like a pub crawl,
then you should go to Belgrade, the capital of Serbia and home to some of the world's best nightlife.
In recent years, everybody has been talking about Croatia.
And with Game of Thrones being filmed there, the crowds are getting pretty intense.
Serbia is right next door, and although it doesn't have Croatia's beaches,
it doesn't have Croatia's crowds, either.
Belgrade the capital
combines old-world charm with the edgy vibes of the Savamala neighborhood
where local artists have covered abandoned buildings in street art,
converted warehouses into clubs, and started bars and restaurants
that make this one of the funnest and cheapest destinations in Europe.
Next up: New Orleans.
No one ever needs an excuse to visit New Orleans.
It's the birthplace of jazz, of Mardi Gras, of creole cooking,
and the food alone is worth the trip.
But this year is extra special because on May 7th,
New Orleans turns 300 years old.
And if there's any city in the world that knows how throw a birthday party,
it's New Orleans, so this year we recommend that you skip the drunken crowds at Mardi Gras
and instead head to the birthday party, "Laissez les bon temps rouler."
Number 4: Namibia.
If crowds aren't your vibe, they're not really mine either,
then think about visiting Namibia's Skeleton Coast
where the world's oldest desert meets over 1,000 miles of unspoiled, undeveloped coastline.
I've been to Namibia, and it was one of the most incredible travel experiences of my life.
But getting there is not easy, especially
the northern part of the Skeleton Coast National Park
where only 800 visitors are allowed to visit each year.
It's called the Skeleton Coast because of the shipwrecks and whale bones that litter the beaches.
There's plenty of wildlife,
but the most elusive locals are from the Himba tribe,
meaning you should get Namibia's epic waves pretty much to yourself,
if you can figure out where the secret spots are.
You might want to use Google Earth to try to find some of those point breaks.
Number 5: Morocco
For something more accessible, but no less fascinating,
we recommend Morocco in North Africa.
Just 15 kilometers across the Mediterranean from Spain,
Morocco is where European, Arab, and African cultures intersect
in a heady blend that is uniquely Moroccan.
Check out Essaouira, once home to
Portuguese traders and Jimi Hendrix.
If you're a surfer, go south to Agadir.
Fashionistas will love Yves Saint Lauren's museum,
the Jardin Majorelle in Marrakesh, and
everyone can fill their stomachs with delicious Moroccan tagines,
get Instagram gold in a riyadh and bring home some boho
chic home vibe inspiration from Morocco's many markets.
Number 6: Georgia
the country, not the state.
Georgia is fascinating.
It's located at the intersection of Europe, Asia, and Middle East.
This cultural melting pot has been influenced by
everyone from the Persians, the Arabs, the Byzantines, the Ottoman Turks, and Soviet Russia.
Start in the capital of Tbilisi, famous for its old quarter,
its thermal baths and over 2,000 years of history.
Outside the capital, make your way to Ushguli, the highest village in Europe.
Then sip your way through the vineyards that have been in cultivation since the Stone Age over 8000 years ago.
Top it off with a legendary Georgian feast known as a Supra,
and you've pretty much nailed 2018 in one trip.
Number 7: Oaxaca, Mexico.
Oaxaca has long been considered one of the most vibrant corners of Mexico,
but this is the year to visit for a number of reasons:
first up, it's beautiful.
Oaxaca City is a colonial town with tons of colored houses, cobblestone streets,
and some of the best restaurants in the world.
Oaxaca has killer moles and tons of great restaurants.
Plus, it's the birthplace of mezcal that little liquor
that's been slipping its way into cocktails all around the world at the trendiest bars.
That's from here.
And you can go to Oaxaca and easily go visit artisan distilleries where it's made by hand,
and you bring back bottles are not for sale in your home country
And everyone's going to be like… where'd you get that awesome drink?
and then you can tell them, " I went to Oaxaca; it was recommended by Vagabrothers.
You should check out the Vagabrothers." Cheers to that.
Thank you for the recommendation.
From the city, you can go down the coast.
I really love Zipolite.
It's a blissed-out little hippie haven; it's very chill.
There's also Porto Escondido.
This is the home of big wave surfing in Mexico.
And then the entire coastline down to Selena Cruz is full of unspoiled surf breaks and beaches
where you'll find no other foreigners.
Not to mention, Oaxaca is one of the best places in all of Latin America for textiles.
So if you're into rugs,they have really cool and affordable rugs you can bring back for your house, as well.
2018 is the year to visit Oaxaca because in September of 2017,
it got hit with two major earthquakes,
a very painful moment that was made worse by the subsequent decline in tourism.
My friends who live in Oaxaca have assured me that everything is safe,
and this is the time when tourism is very much needed in Oaxaca
in order to help build back up the economy so people can recover.
So go to Oaxaca, get yourself some mezcal, buy a rug, support the economy, and
enjoy your time because it's great place.
Number 8: the Dominican Republic.
Speaking of natural disasters, let's talk about the Caribbean.
2017 threw some sinister storms to these islands,
making it the most destructive year on record and wiping out some nations.
The worst affected places were Dominica, Puerto Rico, Barbuda,
Saint Martin and the B.V.I.,
but luckily other islands like
St Kitts, the Bahamas, and Martinique escaped relatively unscathed.
While many islands will take time to recover, others are open for business
but hurting with the drop in tourism.
This year we're choosing the Dominican Republic for a number of reasons.
Not only did it escape the worst of the storms,
but it's one of the most affordable
destinations in the Caribbean.
Most travelers stick to the resorts around Punta Cana
But we're encouraging you to get off the beaten path and explore the southwestern area near Barahona.
This is where the mountains meet the sea on the scenic coastal highway 44
from Barahona to Pedernales passing by the Bahia de las Aguilas, which has stunning scenery
but very few tourists.
Back in the States we're recommending Taos, New Mexico.
Nestled in the foothills of the southern Rocky Mountains,
Taos is the quintessential western town both naturally beautiful and
culturally rich, it has a combination of
Spanish, indigenous and cowboy cultures.
Taos has long been a home to artists and more recently this
southwestern aesthetic has influenced designers around the world from fashion to furniture not least
Hopper Goods, a store founded by the daughter of longtime Taos resident Dennis Hopper. Rest in peace.
So whether you're looking for a cool hat or an outfit for Coachella,
Taos is the source of style that you've been searching for.
Next up is Ghana, a peaceful, stable, affordable
English-speaking country that is a great choice for West Africa.
Start in the coastal capital Accra, which
juxtaposes urban sophistication
with informal chop bars,
traditional markets with young globally minded entrepreneurs.
African surf vibes and the fishing village turned cultural hotspot of Jamestown.
Down the coast, places like the Cape Coast Castle offer
sobering reminders of the horrors of the slave trade
and the colonial legacy that left Ghana with more
fortresses than any nation in Africa.
Inland you hike to waterfalls in the mountains of the eastern region,
spot elephants up north at Molay National Park
Or do a canopy walk through the tropical rainforests of Cockrum National Park.
Number 11: India.
India makes a list for 2018 because it is truly one of the world's most fascinating
destinations and hands down one of the cheapest places to travel on the planet.
We just got back from filming a VR film
and vlog series in Rajasthan, one of the most colorful corners of India.
Rajasthan was amazing.
We went to Udaipur, which is known as the Venice of India because it has a lake with a floating palace,
Jodpur, the Blue City, which is equally fascinating.
We went to Pushkar, a holy pilgrimage site with a camel fair,
and it was excellent.
All those vlogs and more are going to be coming out on the channel very soon.
So make sure that if you're not already, subscribe and turn on notifications
so that you get updates when those videos go live.
But in 2018 we're going to try to continue exploring India by going to different regions .
First up we're dreaming about a motorcycle trip to the Himalayan region
of Ladakh.
We're also looking at exploring more of southern India particularly
Tamil Nadu as well as the former Portuguese colony of Goa.
No matter which region you choose, all of India is incredible.
We definitely recommend you go there to make the most of your budget in 2018.
Number 12: Portugal.
Portugal is the sleeper favorite of Western Europe.
Long overlooked by Spain, France, and Italy,
travelers are finally starting to catch on to Portugal,
which has everything at much lower prices.
Portugal's capital, Lisbon, is the obvious place to start with its seven hills,
cable cars, and colorful winding streets.
In 2018 we're looking further afield.
Swap Lisbon for Porto,
Portugal's overlooked northern city.
Skip the crowds of Algarve for the fishing villages, vineyards, and empty coastlines of
Alentejo right next door or maybe just forget the mainland entirely
and check out the Azores or Maeda,
beautiful Portuguese islands off the coast of Africa.
Number 13: Zanzibar.
Apart from being extremely fun to pronounce,
Zanzibar tops our list for African destinations.
Zanzibar is a tropical archipelago
off the coast of Tanzania, also known as the Spice Islands,
and it combines gorgeous coral sand beaches,
incredible diving and a fascinating blend of Arab, African, and European cultures.
Start in the capital, Stone Town, a warren of alleyways
bustling with spice markets, street food and history.
Next, stop at a spice plantation
before making your way up to Nungwi
where you can plan dive trips to the off shore islands.
Zanzibar might not be the closest destination
nor the cheapest,
but we definitely feel that it's worth the trek.
Number 14 is Patagonia.
Patagonia is an eternal destination,
a vast expanse of open wilderness at the tip of South America,
stretching from the glaciers of the Andes through the fjords of southern Chile
and the tip of Tierra del Fuego in Argentina.
It's one of the last great wild places on earth, and in 2018
it's our number one pick for spending time in nature.
Whether it's wildlife spotting at Torres del Paine,
island hopping in the fjords of the ice in Patagonia or
living the gaucho life at an estancia.
With so much open space, it's ideal to spend some time in silence and solitude.
But it's also vital to preserve this place,
and there are plenty of organizations
such as the Tomkins Conservation where you can volunteer to help preserve
Patagonia for future generations.
2018 is also the 200 year anniversary of Chile's independence.
So it's a good time to go visit.
If you want to see a cool new movie from Patagonia,
check out El Faro de las Orcas,
or the Lighthouse of the Whales on Netflix.
Just watched it. Loved it.
If you've seen it, drop some comments in the comment section.
News flash, news flash! It's official.
In 2017, we've reached peak Bali with unprecedented numbers of
Instagram models and youtubers visiting the islands
in numbers not seen since the publication of Eat Pray Love.
In all seriousness, there is nothing wrong with Bali.
It is an incredible destination, but Indonesia is huge,
and there are over seventeen thousand five hundred and seven islands to explore.
So this year we're encouraging you to go to Indonesia,
but go beyond Bali.
For instance on the nearby island of Java,
you have the largest Buddhist temple in the world as well as Jomblang,
the Cave of Heavenly Light. Sorry for my pronunciation.
Not to mention Komodo dragons on Padar Island, scuba diving the reefs of
Raja Ampat and the world's top hotel the Nehe on Suma Island.
Number 16: Tallinn, Estonia
Our pick for northern Europe is Tallin in Estonia,
a great budget alternative to its more expensive neighbors in the Nordics.
The heart of Tallinn is the immaculately preserved
UNESCO World Heritage Site Old Town, a walled city
oozing with charm complete with a Hanseatic themed restaurant that takes you back to the Middle Ages.
But it's the neighborhood of Cala Maya that enticed us to stick around for longer.
Just outside the city walls, the former fisherman's quarter is where you'll find factories
converted into art spaces, craft breweries, and
restaurants that are putting an Estonian twist on the New Nordic cuisine of their neighbors.
Tallinn is great in the summertime,
but it's also beautiful in the winter,
and its Christmas markets are some of the best in Europe.
Moving down under we have Nouvelle Caledonia,
New Caledonia,
the mystery island that we featured in our recent
collaboration video with Mercedes Benz.
We chose that island for the video because it had so much diversity on one island.
Every single corner of the island is a different micro climate, and culturally,
it's got this blend of Melanesian, French, Arab, and Vietnamese influences.
We recommend skipping the capital and doing a road trip around the island
to see all the different micro climates.
The most popular area is the
Isle de Pines, the Pine Island,
which unfortunately we were not able to visit.
Our favorite area was to drive along the northeastern coast where
tropical mountains go straight down into crystal blue waters,
and there's just a narrow two-lane highway connecting all these small villages with the rest of the world.
After our shoot, we decided to stick around for a few days and unplug.
We spent a couple of nights at the Culles Nouveau Village,
which was good quality, affordable and still relatively undiscovered by tourists.
That's partly because New Caledonia is not really close to anything except for Australia.
So it can be expensive to get to.
But if you're looking for a place to really get away from it all,
New Caledonia is for you.
Lastly the bucket list destination for 2018 is Bhutan, an idyllic
Himalayan mountain kingdom where the government restricts tourism and
measures its GDP by the gross national happiness of its citizens.
We haven't been to Bhutan yet because it's expensive.
It's far away. Flights to Bhutan from India are limited,
And there's a mandatory visa for all foreigners that cost hundreds of dollars a day.
It's designed to keep tourism low and avoid the negative repercussions of over tourism that affected Nepal.
However, we recently learned that the visa covers an all-inclusive tour of the country.
So when you add it all up,
it's not that bad, and who are we kidding?
2017 has been such a hectic year that escaping to a peaceful Buddhist monastery
in the Himalaya sounds like the perfect escape, whatever the price.
Okay guys. That's been our list. Tell us where you recommend traveling this year.
Tell us what you're stoked on. Put that in the comment section.
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and we will see you on the road in 2018. Peace out.

PHILIPPINES OR INDONESIA? Which is the BEST TRAVEL Destination?

PHILIPPINES OR INDONESIA? Which is the BEST TRAVEL Destination?

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We’re Trina & Pierre. American girl meets French guy in Nigeria. Flash forward 6 years later, and we’ve call Lagos, Istanbul, Paris, and New York City our home. We were meant to settle down in the States but somewhere along the line we got caught up in this wonderful idea that we could live anywhere in the world. That we could do what we love, find passion, and secure our futures all at the same time. I can’t tell you if this dream will become a reality, but we are sure as hell going to try. To all you dreamers out there, we’re ready to dream with you and make some great things happen along the way.

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We started this channel before going on our world. What started as just a vlogging experience built into a full on travel channel. We have been inspired to continue documenting our adventures by the likes of +DamonAndJoe +casey neistat +lostleblanc +MrBenBrown +MakingItHappenVlog +mark weins +Kara and nate

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Travel Philippines vs.Thailand ? / BEST TRAVEL DESTINATION ?

Travel Philippines vs.Thailand ? / BEST TRAVEL DESTINATION ?

Philippines or Thailand ? Which one is the best travel destinations and what are the differences ? Today I will share how I see it after spending 2 months in Thailand and 1 Month in the Philippines.

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