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Top 8 travel Instagrammers that inspire us

Top 8 travel Instagrammers that inspire us

Because they make us travel without leaving Madrid. Because they show us realities that we would not know otherwise. Because they are authentic, they have spent years with the backpack on their backs and they share their learning. These 8 Instagram accounts encourage us to travel the world!

 

Instagram image of Carla's Suitcase
Instagram image of Carla's Suitcase.

1. Carla's Suitcase

 

  • follow her on @lamaletadecarla
  • In your account you will find… honest and real images about the trips that Carla and Adrián make: Egypt, USA, Japan, etc. With practical advice and complete travel guides on his blog. We like it because it doesn't post the typical pretty and perfect photos that appear in many travel accounts.
  • What we like the most is… Some time ago, on a trip to Southeast Asia, Carla and Adrián decided to reduce their plastics. Now, #ViajarSinPlasticos and in a "slow" way have been proposed, and they explain what difficulties they encounter and how they try to overcome them. An example from Egypt: “We are doing what we can, the same as always. Looking for alternatives, questioning everything, suggesting small changes in accommodation and restaurants and doing small plastic collections”.

 

Image from @Bicicown's Instagram
Image from @Bicicown's Instagram

2. Bicycletown

  • follow him on @biciclown
  • In your account you will find… travel, bikes and humor, lots of humor! This is the story of an Asturian who in 2001 left the notary's office where he worked to travel the world. By bike and offering clown shows to boys and girls without resources. He began his journey in Latin America with the Kilometers of Smiles project and since then he has not stopped traveling, publishing books, giving lectures, and sharing his adventures on Instagram and YouTube.
  • What we like the most is… that in his account he combines 3 things that we love: travel, bicycles and solidarity. Her posts often include reflections on travel, life… and sometimes they'll make you laugh!

 

Image from @VivirParaViajar's Instagram
Image from @VivirParaViajar's Instagram

3. Live to travel

 

  • Follow him on… @livefortravel
  • In your account you will find… Nice travel photos. But they are not pretty because of the landscapes or the photographic techniques. They are beautiful because they illustrate reflections of a traveler who tries to travel the world in the most responsible way possible.
  • What we like the most is… It shows us that, with a little will, travelers can make their small contribution to change the world. For example, it shows the pollution on Indonesian beaches within the #LaBasuraNoDaLikes project. Or participated in #AportaTuGotaEC, a fundraising campaign to bring clean water to the Pucará region of Ecuador.

 

Image from @travindy_es's instagram
Image from @travindy_es's instagram

 

4.Travindy

 

  • follow them on @travindy_es
  • In your account you will find… images of entities, companies or people who have decided to switch to the more sustainable side of tourism. It is not an account of a travel blogger. It is one of the few media specialized in sustainable tourism.
  • What we like the most is… discover trends and small initiatives that we would otherwise never know about. For example, thanks to your account, we have learned what regenerative tourism is and how it is carried out in Costa Rica or how community tourism is gaining ground in countries like the Dominican Republic or Mexico.

 

Image from Instagram by @mujeresnomadas
Image from Instagram by @mujeresnomadas

5. Nomadic women

 

  • Follow them on @mujeresnomadas 
  • In your account you will find… Photos of “real, independent and brave” women who share their adventures traveling, usually alone. It started as an account for a group of friends and has grown into a community of women travelers.
  • What we like the most are… her advice and experiences to travel alone and have created a community of travelers who share experiences and travel tips.

 

Image from #SinMapa's Instagram
Image from @sinmapa's Instagram

 

6. No map

 

  • follow her on @sinmap_ 
  • In your account you will find… Beautiful photos of a journalist who has been traveling the world alone for 20 years. Verónica is a female traveler, vegetarian, who defines herself as “phobic and hypochondriac”. He is not afraid to show his fears and concerns when traveling and he tells how he overcomes them.
  • What we like the most are… their tips and travel guides. Super complete! And, if you visit their website, you will be blown away by the amount of content it has: travel safety for women, rookie traveler mistakes, how to overcome altitude sickness, etc.

 

Image from Instagram by @rebeca_viajeros30
Image from Instagram by @rebeca_viajeros30

7 Travelers 3.0

 

  • follow her on @rebeca_viajeros30 https://www.instagram.com/rebeca_viajeros30/
  • In your account you will find… Here yes: colorful and precious photos from various corners of both the Spanish State and the world. “I am writing these lines from a Thai beach but very recently I was touring incredible castles in the province of Valladolid. I enjoy each place as if it were the most amazing in the world. It doesn't matter where the trip takes you!”, he writes.
  • What we like the most is… We met her at a talk in Madrid and we were delighted that she dedicated a space to talk about her solidarity trip to Cameroon. On his blog you will find several posts dedicated to that experience and to spreading the reality of the Baka pygmies.

 

Image from @lacosmopolilla's Instagram
Image from @lacosmopolilla's Instagram

 

8 The Cosmoth

 

  • follow her on @lacosmopolilla
  • In your account you will find… Unusual corners and 100% traveling motivation. Any destination, near or far, looks more beautiful seen through its filter.
  • What we like the most is… He also participates in responsible tourism meetings and we love his sensitivity and activism for the protection of animals.

 

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