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What’s your idea of a perfect honeymoon? An exotic destination, romantic ambiance, mesmerizing sunsets, pleasant weather, and some quality time with your loved one, right? Most people who are in love look forward to their honeymoon as it brings together two amazing things – love and travel. While there are a number of cliched honeymoon ideas floating out there, every once in a while there comes a couple who breaks the stereotypes and embarks on a honeymoon that inspires millions across the globe. This is the story of one such couple. A video shared on the National Geographic Travel Facebook page shows a young couple traveling across 48 countries in a span of 400 days. As they travel to some of the most stunning locales of the world, they capture breathtaking shots of unbelievable landscapes with the help of a drone. (ALSO SEE This nomadic couple went on a 17-year-long world road trip and came back with 4 kids!) Also Read - KIH vs HAE Dream11 Team Players Prediction Korean Baseball League 2020: Captain, And Fantasy Baseball Tips For Today's Kiwoom Heroes vs Hanwha Eagles Match in South Korea 3 PM IST June 4 Thursday
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The newly-wed couple obviously look excited about every place they visit. Their honeymoon sure seems to have been a memorable one and the fact that they have returned with stunning shots of Capadoccia in Turkey, Dubrovnik in Croatia, Tromso in Norway, Salar De Uyuni in Bolivia and many more makes it all the more special. Have a look at this amazing drone video and get mind-blown by the beauty of these places. It is sure to give you some really ambitious honeymoon goals!
These newlyweds traveled the globe for 400 days and captured their 48-country journey with a drone.
Posted by National Geographic Travel on Monday, February 6, 2017
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