Also known as the Pink Mosque, Nasir-al-mulk in Iran makes you feel as if you are in a rainbow. It’s kaleidoscopic colors and patterns are the inspirational sources of many artisanal pieces coming from Iran.
Capadoccia, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, also known as the “land of beautiful horses” is a magical place to see especially from the heights of a colourful hot air balloon. While up in the air, you can enjoy the landscape of fairy chimneys shaped by ancient volcanic eruptions.
The Atlas mountains in Morocco, famously known for their beauty and hiking trails, are also home to Morocco's Berber tribes who create unique hand-woven rugs and the source of natural materials used in many artisanal products.
Located on the outskirts of Salento, Colombia; Cocora Valley grows the tallest palm trees in the world, inspiring travellers and artists with its natural eco trail, foggy mountains and local farms.