This Couple’s Travel Story Told Through A GoPro

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The Best GoPro Travel Shots

It’s officially six-months of our blog being live, and us on the road. So, in celebration we’ve compiled a list of our best GoPro travel photos. We just concluded a month of hanging out in Belgrade and have arrived in a new country for us both, Macedonia. 2016 has even more in store for us, so be sure to check back. We’ll be bouncing around the Mediterranean as the weather makes a turn for the best, before we tackle the Dark Continent.

We love taking travel photos with our GoPro.

We have no shame in admitting our GoPro is probably one of our favorite travel accessories. It’s quickly fallen into a must have for us. We take it everywhere with us. Going out to dinner? Check. Taking a short hike? Check. How about cliff diving? Check. The nifty little camera is nondescript, durable, waterproof, and its wide angle lens makes for some awesome travel shots. Oh and this thing takes probably the only cool selfie, that was until Snapchat became a thing.


So, what did we do in six months of travel?


 

 We scaled the Tatra Mountains.

Best GoPro travel accessories

Hiking in the Tatra Mountains

Got a tan on the beaches of Cyprus.

Beachbums Cyprus Best GoPro Travel shots

We had a blast at a water park in the Mediterranean.

This shot won us €200. Thanks to WaterWorld's selfie contest

This shot won us €200. Thanks to WaterWorld’s selfie contest

We straddled two continents at once, as we cruised down the Bosphorus.

Best GoPro Travel Shot

We got a history lesson at the Library of Celsus.

Ephesus Best GoPro Travel Shot

We walked through the valleys of Cappadocia.

Budget Travel in Cappadocia

Pigeon Valley

Explored some of the earliest churches in the world.

Cappadocia Church

We missed a show by at least a millennia in Hierapolis.

The Hieraoplis theatre in Pamukkale

Took a bath in the thermal pools of Pamukkale.

Pamukkale Pools Best GoPro Travel Shots

 We kept it classy in Bodrum, Turkey.

Bodrum, Turkey

We got lost in some beautiful alleys.

Bodrum, Best GoPro Travel Photos

We climbed a mountain to find a remote monastery in Subiaco, Italy.

Best GoPro Travel Photos Subiaco

We found God at the home of St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of Italy.
Best GoPro Travel Photos

Even the rain wouldn’t stop us from having fun.

Underwhelmed in Pisa Best GoPro Travel Photos

We caught a view along the famous Cinque Terre trail.

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On the Cinque Terre trail

And said goodbye to a travel partner in Perugia.

Perugia Italy, Best GoPro Travel Shots

We baked bread with the Berbers in Morocco.

Taking the bread to the oven

And drank lots, and lots, of mint tea.

Tea Time in Morocco Best GoPro Travel Photos

We climbed the dunes of the Sahara and made some friends.

Best Travel GoPro Photo Camel

Friends that we later caught a ride with.

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We dined with the fisherman in Essaouira, Morocco.

Best GoPro Travel Photo Essaouira

Found our quiet spot in the madness of Marrakesh.

Marrakesh GoPro Travel Shots

We wandered through a sea of blue in Chefchaouen, Morocco.

Kitties of Chefchaouen

We made a cash withdrawal at the National Bank of Serbia.

National Bank of Serbia Best GoPro Photo

We paid our respects to Saint Sava in Belgrade.

Saint Sava Church Belgrade Best GoPro Travel Photo

When tickets to the ballet are $4 we go not once, but four times.

GoPro National Theatre

 

There you have it. Just throw five coffees in between each one of those photos, and it’s more or less the journey of The World Pursuit during our first six months on the road. New to the site and want to learn more about us? Start here. Hope you enjoyed!

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What did we use to get these photos?

  • GoPro Hero4We felt the GoPro Hero4 silver was the way to go. Read on here.

  • GoPro Smart RemoteThe remote is vital when grabbing shots with a GoPro arm, and it’s just as durable as the GoPro.

  • Smapole S1: The pole feels rock solid, the locks are easy to use, and it’s affordable.
About the Author

Cameron

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Cameron travels around the world and runs the travel blog "The World Pursuit" with his partner Natasha. He has a passion for exploring the world, adventure sports, and visual storytelling. You can find him listening to music, reading a good book, and drinking lots of coffee.

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