2016, catch me if you can


2016 kicks off with winds of change and new experiences. And for this to happen, nothing better than to discover unknown places in which to breathe in different air. Exotic and paradisiacal destinations in which to lose any notion of time and space. Yes, those sorts of places really do exist, so get ready, book a flight and turn your most adventurous spirit to ON mode. These are our recommendations to travel in the best UNOde50 style.

Jellyfish Lake, Palau, Oceania.


Declared a World Heritage Site in 2012, Jellyfish Lake is known for housing one of the most spectacular jellyfish colonies in the world. The beauty of these jellyfish dancing on the waters is magical and even hard to believe. Which is why swimming surrounded by 13 million of these creatures is one of the rarest experiences you can have. And nothing better than our classic Jellyfish necklace for this paradisiacal enclave in Micronesia, the perfect companion once you’re out of the water.

The Great Barrier Reef, Whitsunday Islands, Australia.


Australia is a fascinating country, with exotic animals you won’t see anywhere else, film-like deserts, unbelievable beaches and, obviously, Australians, that population so constantly willing to have a good time. But if there is one thing you cannot miss out on when it comes to the pearl of the Pacific, that one thing is the Great Barrier Reef surrounding the Whitsunday Islands. Each one of them (74!) is a gem in itself, with authentic virgin landscapes to discover. Tip: set aside a day to relax on the famous Whitehaven beach and, at night, don’t forget your Crusoe necklace when exploring the island bars.

Cenote Azul, Belize.


If you adore adventure, then Belize, with its vast number of atolls, islets and reefs is your ideal destination. And even more so if you go as far as the Arrecife del Faro, at the centre of which you’ll find one of the most stunning spectacles in the world: Gran Cenote Azul (the Great Blue Hole), the perfectly circular shape of which contains beautiful subaquatic landscapes. A true paradise for scuba divers, it is considered one of the 10 best places to dive in the world and it transports us to our Under the Sea necklace.

Cozumel, Mexico.


Located on the Yucatan peninsula and forming part of the second largest barrier reef in the world is the Island of Cozumel, another favourite destination among lovers of diving and other extreme sports. Luxury gastronomy along with exotic flora and fauna are the other attractions on the largest island in the Mexican Caribbean. Visit it wearing our bracelet Pearled!

Lake Hillier, Australia.


Located on Middle Island, Lake Hillier is another of Australia’s wonders. In a Dior-pink shade, unlike other lakes with this rosy effect in its depths, the waters of Hillier lake are 100% pink, although the cause of this colour remains a mystery. And, speaking of mysteries, the bracelet Shadow, from our THE DARKER SIDE OF SUMMER collection, with its hint of leather, is the perfect companion for a road trip around Australia.

Yucatan Cenotes (Riviera Maya), Mexico.


Mayan ruins surrounded by White sands and turquoise waters are the star attractions of the Yucatan peninsula. Yet, its cenotes are its true protagonists. These are sweet water wells that represented entry into the wonders of the Gods’ world to the Mayans. Hidden in jungles and mangroves, the cenotes are one of the most exciting experiences you can have in Mexico while exploring their hidden beauty. However, don’t forget your Under the Sea bracelet for tacos and tequila nights out and about in the Yucatan.