With its wide range of top-of-the-line features, both the standard MeCam and improved MeCam HDMini Camera offer a fun and easy way to record life's most memorable moments on your terms. In honor of this week’s World Photo Day, here are some of the world’s most photogenic places to adventure to, according to traveler reviews gathered by VeryFirstTo and Fujifilm. French Polynesia With its turquoise lagoons, stunning coral, gorgeous marine life, and unspoiled beaches, French Polynesia takes the top spot for its pristine beauty and tranquility. Great Barrier Reef, Australia Considered one of the premier wonders of nature, the Great Barrier is the world's largest coral reef system, comprised of over 2,900 individual reefs and 900 islands that span an area of around 344,400 square kilometers. It is especially popular for aerial photos. Grand Canyon, USA One of America’s first parks, the Grand Canyon is one of the world's natural wonders, the product of billions of years of change. It hosts many unique species, geographic features, and abstract color patterns. Bali, Indonesia Ubud is an idyllic town located in world-famous island of Bali. It is nestled amongst rice paddies and steep ravines in the central foothills of the Gianyar regency. A major arts and cultural center, it is a premier tourist destination that nevertheless retains a wholesome, small-town quality. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Rio de Janeiro is one of the top travel and vacation hubs in the entire Southern Hemisphere, with its sandy white beaches, vibrant nightlife, signature Carnaval celebration, and iconic landmarks like Christ the Redeemer. Mount Everest, Nepal Known in Nepal as Sagarmāthā and in Tibet as Chomolungma, Mount Everest needs little introduction, as it is Earth's tallest mountain. A popular destination for the boldest and most enterprising climbers, it offers unparalleled photo opportunities whether climbing or on the ground. Petra, Jordan This world-famous centuries old city is best known for its rock-cut architecture and advanced water conduit system. Rediscovered only two centuries ago, this World Heritage Site has been featured in numerous films and shows. Patagonia, Chile This hidden gem of Latin America is mostly within the Torres del Paine National Park of southern Chile, offering a diverse topography that includes mountains, glaciers, lakes, and rivers. It remains largely unspoiled and offers an almost primeval atmosphere. Bagan, Myanmar Bagan is a plain covering about 16 square meters and its monuments seem to overwhelm its landscape. The 2000 monuments, constructed between the 11th and 13th century, in the region have different sizes and shapes. Visiting any one of these one-of-a-kind destinations is sure to be a life changing experience, especially with your MeCam Hands-Free Video Camera to record it all for posterity.