This Japanese Couple Used A Drone To Film Their 400 Days Honeymoon in 48 Countries

This newly married Japanese couple from Kyoto planned to have a different honeymoon by travelling around the world namely to 48 countries in 400 days .

Not only Kaz and Mariko Yamaguchi did take some awesome pictures from their honeymoon trip, but also they decided to film it in a very different way using a DJI Phantom 3 Advanced drone to document their adventure.

Using a drone was a brilliant idea as it shows much wider point of view of the place they are visiting of course thanks to their well positioning in each place they filmed.

This gives us some really interesting aerial shots like the ones taken in(all pics are taken from their video):

Cappadocia, TurkeyCappadocia Turkey

Victoria Harbour, Honk KongVictoria Harbour Honk Kong

Hampi, IndiaHampi India

The rock of Guatape, ColombiaThe rock of Guatape Colombia

Salar De Uyuni, BoliviaSalar De Uyuni Bolivia

Recently National Geographic Travel Facebook official page posted their video with captioning the place names where each footage was taken in case you are interested to know each place.

These newlyweds traveled the globe for 400 days and captured their 48-country journey with a drone.

Posted by National Geographic Travel on Monday, 6 February 2017


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