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Top 8 Travel Accounts to Follow on Instagram

Instagram is a great platform to showcase your passions and subsequently gain a vast following, depending upon your content’s quality. Traveling is one such passion shared by many people worldwide, and thus Instagram is replete with people documenting their stories.

Although most of them appear to be similar to each other, they are quite different. Each blogger has a unique perspective and a distinctive way of putting forth their content. All of them have equally exciting travel stories and how they fell in love with blogging in the first place.

They document their journeys in different ways and therefore attract a variety of followers based on their content.

1. AlexStrohl

Alex Strohl is a photographer, filmmaker and also leads an immersive photography workshop for students worldwide. He is based in Whitefish, Montana but spends most of his time traveling with his partner Andrea. His prolific marketing skills have garnered him famous clients like Apple, Canon, Microsoft, Google, and Facebook. He draws inspiration from the wild Alpine atmosphere. Also, he is a master of his craft when it comes to the rocky mountains of North America. Alex is a force to be reckoned with when mastering the outdoor industry’s visual style. His audiences are in millions, and his photography workshops are jam-packed with thousands of people willing to learn from him.

2. TravelingJourneyByUmair

The account is related to traveling, Traveling Journey by Umair Khan. He believes in “Every Hundred Feet The World Changes”. Youtube channel Bro: My name is Umair Khan. I have recently started my YouTube channel that is “Travelling Journey“, in this channel I will share my tour videos on all the countries that I have traveled to or will be traveling to. So come join this journey with me and make it special. Finally what I feel “The Journey Is The Destination”. He traveled to Dubai, Malaysia, Thailand, Turkey, Azerbaijan & Planing to travel Europe. Hope we will see the Europe tour soon.

3. Migrationology

Migrationology was started by Mark Weins, who has based in Bangkok bu and is a blog where people who travel for food learn about authentic local food from around the world. It is based on the idea that the best way to learn about another culture and connect with other people is through food. It also allows his followers to discover local delicacies and is a blessing for people who love food and travel. The crux of Migrationology is to pursue something that you are passionate about and always keep learning and growing in that sphere.

4. Bemytravelmuse

Bemytravelmuse is the Instagram account of Kristin Addis, a solo female travel blogger who explores various cultures worldwide. Her vision is to empower and encourage women to travel solo and spend time in nature. She enables them to embrace this adventurous streak by providing resources to make traveling more accessible, thus giving them a chance to have an immersive experience.

5. Treyratcliff

Trey Ratcliff is an explorer from New Zealand who runs the number one travel photography blog. He believes that you cannot urge millions of people to meditate, but you can guide them to pursue their creative passions and be more conscious of their choices. His blog has taken him to all seven continents due to which he has garnered millions of followers on Instagram and billions of views on his photos. He has been called a pioneer because of his dynamic range of photography and many public speaking events.

6. Girleatworld

Girleatworld is run and managed by Melissa Hie, where she records her travel and food stories. Although blogging is not her full-time job and works as a product designer in Singapore, she does it as she loves building websites and telling stories of her travels. She accidentally fell in love with blogging and started her blog in 2015. Since then she has visited most places from her bucket lists like Ukraine, Japan, Jordan, Tasmania, Australia, and Bali.

7. Jonathan_irish

Jonathan Irish is a Colorado-based photographer specializing in documenting landscapes, cultures, and adventure lifestyles, focusing on conservation issues. He has traveled to all seven continents and photographed in about 80 countries. He teaches photography around the world and is also a photography expert on national geographic expeditions trips. Through his photographs, Jonathan seeks to share nature’s inherent beauty with millions of people and lay particular emphasis on its conservation so that the future generation can enjoy the same experience that we did.

8. Youngadventuress

Liz Carlson started a young adventuress in 2010. Before starting her blog, she was completely unaware of the professional nature of blogging. She moved to Spain to teach English and lived there for three years before finally quitting her job and moved to New Zealand. She got her first taste of travel when she was 16, and she has traveled around 60 countries and all seven continents in approximately ten years. In New Zealand, she first lived in Wellington before hitting the road and finally settling down in the South Island in Wanaka. Her blog is an amalgamation of her misadventures and unique travel experiences.

Therefore, if you plan to explore the world and need exceptional places to fill up your bucket list, you can go through the above-mentioned travel blogs, and I am sure that you won’t be disappointed. In addition to that, if you need the inspiration to start your travel blog, the above list will surely satiate your wanderlust and provide the necessary know-how to start your blog from scratch.

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