If these photos don’t spark your wanderlust, nothing will.
They were taken by travel couple Danielle Zito and Fede Supital Terron, who document their epic adventures through stunning photographs.
The couple met in 2017 while working on a cruise ship crossing the Atlantic from the Canary Islands in Spain to Miami. But it wasn’t until 2021 that they started traveling full time.
With their permission, MailOnline Travel has selected incredible photos and videos from their travels.
Globetrotting couple Danielle Zito and Fede Supital Terron have allowed MailOnline Travel to publish 15 incredible photographs from their adventures. Pictured above are the impressive rock formations of Étretat, a town in Normandy, France.
The photo on the left captures the couple sitting next to the bright blue waters of Lago di Braies, a beautiful lake in the heart of the Dolomites. On the right, the couple is shown in a clear canoe enjoying the blue waters of Spanish Point, Bermuda.
Danni, from New Jersey, and Fede, from Buenos Aires, said they have been traveling since they met.
The reason you photograph your trips? They said: “We love photography and have always been passionate about capturing memories to keep for ourselves.”
And they go to great lengths to get the perfect shot, carrying with them a “big backpack” of photography gear, including a mirrorless camera with multiple lenses and a drone. They even plan their outfits to “match the vibe and colors of the destination.”
Your favorite place you’ve captured? An island in Yemen called Socotra. Because? They said: “The sky is always full of stars, the waters are crystal clear, and there are unique landscapes that cannot be found anywhere else.”
The couple uses a variety of photography equipment, including drones, to capture their stunning images. This aerial shot shows the two relaxing in the waters off Socotra, an island in the Republic of Yemen in the Indian Ocean.
LEFT: Danni and Fede stand on Kjeragbolten, a rock wedged in a crevice 984 m (3,228 ft) above sea level on Kjerag Mountain in the Lysefjord in Norway. This popular tourist destination can be reached without the need for hiking equipment. RIGHT: The couple is above Trolltunga. One of Norway’s most striking rock formations, it “floats” 700 meters (2,296 feet) above Lake Ringedalsvatnet.
LEFT: Plunge headfirst into the blue-green waters of Studlagil. They describe this place on Instagram as the “coolest canyon in Iceland.” RIGHT: Standing at the Kravica waterfall in Bosnia and Herzegovina
They chose Iceland, Norway, Italy and Greece as some of their favorite European destinations. The reason? They said, ‘They all have super friendly people, delicious food and incredible scenery.’
And the couple chose Argentina, El Salvador and Peru as places in America they “really love.”
But they have not been impressed by all the countries they have visited. The couple said Monaco left them disappointed.
They explained: “There’s a lot of hype around it, but honestly, it’s ridiculously expensive and, in our opinion, not that attractive of a destination.”
Likewise, Marrakech is another destination that deceived them.
They explained: “It is a very chaotic city and unfortunately we found many people trying to scam us, something that not many people talk about when they beautify Marrakech.”
LEFT: The couple poses in front of a colorful wall at Caminito, an open-air museum and traditional alley in La Boca, a neighborhood in Buenos Aires. RIGHT: Danni and Fede visited Libreria Acqua Alta, a quirky bookstore in Venice with steps made of books.
LEFT: A starry night in Socotra, where the couple claim that “the sky is always full of stars” and has “unique landscapes that cannot be found anywhere else.” RIGHT: Danni and Fede in front of a beautiful sunrise on a dune on the island
The couple describes traveling as a “rollercoaster,” whose highlights, they said, involve sharing moments around the world, connecting with locals, learning about new cultures and creating lasting friendships.
But the worst include the breakdown of his car in Mexico and the theft of his photography equipment in Ecuador.
And when it comes to their work, they said: “There is often more work than fun and we have to make a lot of sacrifices.”
While they are now able to fund their adventures through content creation, blogging and photography, they said they spent the first two years dipping into their savings, working side jobs and restricting their living expenses.
Sometimes they even resorted to “sleeping in a car, sharing a bed, or living on protein bars.”
The impressive Burj Khalifa occupies the center of the photograph on the left. At 830 m (2,723 ft) tall, it is the tallest structure in the world and one of Dubai’s most popular attractions. The image on the right captures the stunning vegetation of Val di Funes, a valley in South Tyrol, Italy.
The two appear here in the “fairytale” village of Saint-Cirq-Lapopie. In their Instagram post for this image, they say “it may be one of the prettiest cities in all of France.”
They explained: ‘Blogging and content creation is not an overnight success, and it took us a couple of years before we started making any real income.
“It’s harder than any job we’ve ever had, but it can certainly be done by anyone who puts their mind to it.”
The secret of your success? They said: ‘For us, number one is always communication. Talking about the places you want to travel, the pace and style of travel, and who does what at each job is key.’