Japanese Couple Films Incredible 400-Day Honeymoon Around the World With a Drone

Jaw-dropping images from the recent globe-trotting honeymoon of a newlywed couple from Japan have gone viral for their sheer awesomeness.
Kaz and Mariko Yamaguchi, both from Kyoto, compiled a collection of clips taken by a DJI Phantom 3 Advanced drone from a total of 48 countries in 400 days, reported RocketNews24.
After editing and adding music to the recorded journey, the couple then shared their incredible video online for the world to see.
While Kaz reportedly did not have any drone training before their epic honeymoon, the shots came out beautifully. The Yamaguchis’ decision to use the drone proved to be a wonderful idea as it allowed them to get a wider view of the gorgeous scenery they visited.
Among the many places the couple visited, they went to see and experience Dubai’s artificial archipelago of Palm Jumeirah, the rich wildlife of the Amazon Rainforest, Botswana’s Makgadikgadi Salt Pans and Colombia’s monolithic formation the Rock of Guatapé.
Ethiopia, Patagonia, the Amazon Rainforest, Palm Jumeirah in Dubai, the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans in Botswana, the Rock of Guatapé in Colombia, and the world’s largest salt flat, Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia.
The use of drones in capturing mesmerizing images is recently becoming more and more popular all over the world. Providing us a better view of our surroundings, taking “dronies” will certainly be a more common part of our daily lives in the near future.
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