Murad Osmann, who rose to Instagram fame with his wife Nataly because of their creative hand-holding travel photos, recently posted a picture featuring the Mayon Volcano and Cagsawa Ruins in Albay.
The Instagram post showed Nataly in an elegant ethnic dress, looking out to the Mayon Volcano, which was partly covered in clouds.
Osmann also used the hashtag #itsmorefuninthephilippines.
It is unclear though if the couple is still in the Philippines as they posted a photo from Bohol eight weeks ago.
In this post, Nataly was in a swimsuit looking out into the ocean from an infinity pool. Osmann described Bohol as a magical island and shared that “One of the most beautiful sunsets we had ever witnessed was there later that night.”
The couple has been traveling all over the world, showcasing iconic landmarks with their signature pose.
They published their own “Follow Me To” coffee book and were featured in last month’s cover of National Geographic Traveler.