When it comes to travelling and outdoor experiences, photography plays a critical role. Let’s be honest, no one likes to see blurry, crooked, and out-of-focus pictures of the activity they want to book. People look at pictures before choosing an activity, to decide if it’s worth their money, and afterward, to re-live those moments and maybe share them on social media. Therefore, having a good variety of high-quality photos and being able to take pictures while the activity is taking place is a true game-changer for any business in the outdoor activity industry.
In this article, we will briefly explain why it’s important to showcase good-quality photos, which type of pictures should appear in your gallery, and how taking photos of customers during the activity will benefit your business.
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Located in the Mediterranean, Malta is a snorkeling wonderland. The island is claimed to be home to one of the most spectacular beaches, sea caves and coves the Mediterranean Sea. Despite its small size, with only 316 km², it offers a wealth of culture, history and unspoilt nature. As a snorkelling enthusiast, Malta makes it on my bucket list of places worth checking out when it comes to exploring the deep underwater world with a diving mask and a snorkel.
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The ancient island of Santorini constitutes a wonderland of rich culture and history, with nature unique to its island. According to Greek mythology, the island was created from a chunk of earth thrown into the sea by Euphemus, son of Poseidon.
Santorini (originally named Thira) is the aftermath of an enormous volcanic eruption that destroyed the first settlements of once a single island and created the geological Caldera that now lies in the Aegean Sea.
Now, the island is a world-known destination for its spectacular cliff formations, black sand beaches, steep and narrow streets, with an active volcano that lies under the island’s volcanic depression. Many boat tours offer the chance to discover this unique underwater crater. We show you some helpful tips & advice to help you find the perfect boat tour, or perhaps inspire the next location for your upcoming trip!
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The Azores archipelago constitutes one of the most remote and pristine places in the world. Lying on the North Atlantic Ocean, these nine islands are a long way from the European continent, roughly 1,600 kilometers west of mainland Portugal.
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Milan’s strategic location, between Valle d’Aosta and Trentino, means that this city is literally surrounded by ski slopes. As most ski resorts are located three or more hours from Milan, it might seem tricky to organise a spontaneous trip to the slopes. However, with our suggestions about the closest slopes to Milan, you won’t have to drive too long to enjoy a fun weekend getaway on the slopes!
So, if you’re wondering where to ski in Lombardy near Milan, keep reading! We’ll introduce you to three ski resorts within two and a half hours away from Milan, easily reachable by car: Monte Pora, Chiesa in Valmalenco and Gressoney La Trinité. Here, you can spend a great day on the slopes with your friends, or you can learn how to ski with the help of the local ski schools mentioned in this article.
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