The 28 Best Aerial Drone Photos (Breathtaking!)

Thanks to these aerial drone photos admire the beauty of the world while remaining comfortably seated in front of your screen!

A virtual flight

Although traveling is not really on the agenda, photography can be a way to get away from it all! So one can run away from problems and reality for a moment and that is exactly what we need right now! Here are aerial drone images that will literally transport you!

The Fortified Villages of M’zab Valley, Algeria

The M’zab Valley, situated in the northern Sahara desert in Algeria, is famous for its distinctive cultural landscape, showcasing an exceptional example of human settlement adapting to extremely arid conditions. This region is characterized by its five fortified villages (ksour), collectively known as the Pentapolis of M’zab. Constructed in the 10th century by the Ibadi sect of Islam, these villages include Ghardaïa, Melika, Beni Isguen, Bou Noura, and El Atteuf. They are renowned for their effective utilization of local resources and harmonious coexistence with the desert surroundings.

Danxia landform

This aerial view of the Danxia relief, located in Xinjiang in China, allows us to appreciate the beauty of these landscapes, marked by steep cliffs made up of red rocks.

Amateur of beautiful photos, you will remain speechless in front of these caves of the whole world!

Hoggar, Algeria


The Hoggar Mountains, also known as Ahaggar, are a highland region located in the central Sahara, southern Algeria. This rugged mountainous area covers a significant portion of Algeria’s vast desert landscape and is known for its breathtaking scenery, geological diversity, and unique cultural heritage. The region rises prominently above the surrounding desert plains, with peaks that reach elevations of over 2,000 meters (6,561 feet), including Mount Tahat, the highest point in Algeria at about 2,908 meters (9,541 feet).

Geologically, the Hoggar Mountains are fascinating due to their ancient rock formations, some of which are over two billion years old. The area is characterized by volcanic rock landscapes, including vast plateaus, eroded volcanic cones, and dramatic rock arches and pillars. This geological diversity has made the Hoggar Mountains a subject of interest for geologists and nature enthusiasts alike.

Shark Bay

Shark Bay is on the west coast of Australia. Through this landscape with summer colors, you can admire a beautiful composition of fauna and flora.

Some worry about the state of the Great Barrier Reef, but is it really in danger?

The Caribbean Sea

From this vantage point, you can see the coral reef across the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea in the West Indies, Central America.

Lost in the Caribbean, Saint Kitts and Nevis is one of the small countries you probably didn’t know existed!

Bay of Phang Nga

A breathtaking sunset over Phang Nga Bay, Thailand.

The Kerið crater

Kerið is a volcanic crater in Iceland. It is occupied by a lake with neon blue waters and is surrounded by rare volcanic rocks.

Aogashima Island

This island located south of Tokyo in the Pacific has the distinction of being a volcanic crater made up of another small volcano! Impressive, isn’t it?

On a future trip, make sure you don’t miss these must-do activities in Japan.

Manhattan, New York

The concrete jungle in New York offers a spectacle as beautiful and fascinating as that of natural landscapes.

Trollstigen

Also known as Trolls’ Path, this Norwegian landform looks like it’s straight out of a fairy tale!

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In Norway is one of the cities in the world that are beautiful in the snow!

Surat Thani

Imagine yourself on this boat sailing calmly on the canal, along the Thai forest.

South Beach, Miami

The United States can also offer white sand beaches and crystal clear water.

Maelifell Sandur

Strange expanses of black sand in Iceland: an unusual landscape!

In Iceland, you can take one of the world’s volcanic trips that are worth seeing!

The Arctic Ocean

Two humpback whales swimming in unison among icebergs off the Ilulissat Coast in Greenland.

South Germany

Germany isn’t just densely populated cities with beer and giant pretzels galore. The agricultural landscape is just one of the many green spaces that this country abounds.

Path through the mountains

This long road meanders through the Swiss Alps. Simply magnificent!

Eysturoy

Try to focus on the soccer game without looking away. Not easy, on this island of Denmark, with the ocean on one side and the mountains on the other!

Australia’s lands

An aerial view of the arid, red lands of Australia’s remote corners.

The Fjadrargljufur canyon

A magical canyon in Iceland, which has a name that most of us would be unable to pronounce!

If you’re not afraid of heights, take the opportunity to take a look at these most dizzying stairs in the world.

Capo Ferro Lighthouse

An old lighthouse in Italy located on a rocky coast surrounded by rough seas.

Waitakere Ranges

A road through the beautiful trees in Auckland Regional Park, New Zealand.

Nablak, Indonesia

Close your eyes for a moment and project yourself onto this mountain. Visualize the scene: you are surrounded by a hundred people, watching the sunset before falling asleep in your tent pitched at the top.

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Arabian Desert

Do you think these dunes in the desert of the United Arab Emirates look like a wavy sheet of silk?

Paris, France

Everything seems romantic in Paris, even the streets and the rooftops!

Gandolfo Castle Lake

Thanks to this aerial photo taken by a drone, we can see the different textures and colors that are at the bottom of this lake in Rome.

London, UK

The enchanting lights of the vibrant city of London with the iconic London Bridge.

Calheta and Gaibu

A tourist village and beach on the coast of Brazil.

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Mohamed SAKHRI
Mohamed SAKHRI

I am Mohamed SAKHRI, the creator and editor-in-chief of this blog, 'Discover the World – The Blog for Curious Travelers.' Join me as we embark on a journey around the world, uncovering beautiful places, diverse cultures, and captivating stories. Additionally, we will delve into mysterious and, at times, even bizarre destinations.

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