Putting a snazzy geofilter on your Snapchats is something many of us don’t think twice about. But, have you ever swiped right in some of the world’s most far-flung and hard-to-reach places?
Even in remote spots like waterfalls, caves and forests, there are snazzy geofilters for you to spruce up your travel snaps.
Never mind the ‘pics or it didn’t happen’ rule. The new rule is: geofilter or you weren’t there. Here are seven of the most remote geofilters around the world:
Jozani Forest, Zanzibar, Tanzania
This geofilter appears in a forest in the only national park in Zanzibar, on an island off the coast of Tanzania, Africa. The forest also happens to be home to the Zanzibar red colubus monkey — a species that only exists on that island. While you’re snapping monkeys, be sure to search for the forest’s geofilter.
Image: Shutterstock / Asta Vainore / SNAP / mashable composite
Dolgoch Falls, Wales, UK
These three waterfalls — reachable only on foot — are situated in Snowdonia National Park in Wales, UK. There are also a few caves en route to the falls. And, if you’re a Led Zeppelin fan, you might be interested to learn that the falls were used in the music video for "No Quarter".
Image: SHUTTERSTOCK / DAVID BENTON / SNAP / MASHABLE COMPOSITE
Glacier National Park, Montana, U.S.
This national park in Montana is dominated by huge mountains which were formed by huge glaciers during the last ice age. This cute filter pops up when you’re in the park’s vast expanse. Not too shabby!
Image: Shutterstock / Maks Ershov/ SNAP / MASHABLE COMPOSITE
Gruta Rei Do Mato, Belo Horizonte, Brazil
This cave is located near a highway close to the city of Sete Lagoas, in Brazil. Its name means "Cave of the Forest King" in Portuguese.
Image: / SNAP / MASHABLE COMPOSITE Shutterstock / Ronaldo Jacques Dolabella
This Bronze Age archaeological site — situated about 18 miles from Kumanovo in Macedonia — is around 1010 and 1030 metres above sea level. And, it looks like something straight outta Game of Thrones. This fabulous orange geofilter pops up when you’re in the area to make your snaps really sing.
Image: Shutterstock / Pargovski Jove/ SNAP / MASHABLE COMPOSITE
Presidente Figueiredo, Brazil
If you find yourself trekking in the forests, rivers, caves and waterfalls of Presidente Figueiredo in Brazil, then you’ll have no shortage of gems to photograph. This filter pops up throughout the 926,000-acre municipality.
Image: SHUTTERSTOCK / GUENTERMANAUS / SNAP / MASHABLE COMPOSITE
Waterfall Santuario in Presidente Figueiredo, Amazonas, Brazil; Shutterstock ID 104888690
Sigiriya, Sri Lanka
This ancient rock fortress near the town of Dambulla in Sri Lanka’s Central Province comprises a pretty enormous column of rock, which stacks up at a whopping 660ft high. What could look prettier atop this unusual sight than a cheery yellow geofilter?
Image: Shutterstock / Alexander A.Trofimov / SNAP / MASHABLE COMPOSITE
Best start packing now, people.