Russian vloggers and husband and wife Murad and Nataly Osmann gave their Filipino followers a thrill after launching their first ever travel series which happened to be about the country on Thursday, September 14.
The viral couple took to their Instagram account to share the good news.
The couple described that they tried a good number of transportation means during their entire tour.
"We went on a tour around the islands, had 7 different flights, moved around by jeepney, scooters, quad bikes, boats and even catamarans!" they wrote.
"We climbed hills, dropped by volcanic crater, ran from a typhoon and were looking for the most incredible and interesting places on the islands!" they continued.
Premiere‼️ We are launching our first YouTube series about traveling! (‼️link in bio‼️) The first season is dedicated to Philippines! 🇵🇭🇵🇭 We went on a tour around the islands, had 7 different flights, moved around by jeepney, scooters, quad bikes, boats and even catamarans! We climbed hills, dropped by volcanic crater, ran from a typhoon and were looking for the most incredible and interesting places on the islands! And we found them! Watch new episode on Tuesdays and Thursdays‼️ We will tell you everything! Премьера‼️ Мы запускаем первый YouTube-сериал про путешествия! (‼️ссылка в профиле‼️) Первый сезон посвящен Филиппинам! 🇵🇭🇵🇭 Мы проехали по всем островам, сменили 7 самолетов, передвигались на джипни, мопедах, квадрациклах, лодках и даже катамаранах! Мы взбирались на холмы, заглядывали в кратер вулкана, убегали от тайфуна и искали самые необычные и интересные места на островах! И мы их нашли! Смотрите новые серии по вторникам и четвергам‼️ Мы расскажем все! ❤️😍
The first episode featured their shopping experience in Manila, where they've checked out various designer boutiques for their "Follow Me To" photos.
The series is set to air every Tuesdays and Thursdays on their YouTube Channel.
Murad and Nataly rose to fame online due to their picturesque photos and their signature back shot pose that a number of couples mimic these days.