For many people Instagram is an inseparable companion in every trip. Actually, we wouldn’t even be surprised to find out that there are people who travel just for the sake of posting new pics on their Instagram page. This network has won millions of hearts, including the hearts of 80days&counting team. And today we will show you some exciting Instagram pages belonging to different people, which are united by one common theme – passion for travel. Photos of mountains, airplanes, cities – all of stunning quality.
Andrea Tamburrini lives in Milan, but dreams about leaving it and traveling the world. He is now in love with New York and Paris, but might add some other big cities to this list soon. Andrea loves traveling and sharing his travel life online. His second passion is dining out – it’s easy to guess from his Instagram photos, edited with VSCO and Snapseed.
For a long time Yulia lived in Kiev and wasn’t really thinking about becoming a full-time traveler. And then… she decided to spend her vacation in Nepal. This was a turning point of her life. Now instead of fashion she is in love with Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia and Bali. And no, we are not talking about getting suntanned at the beach, we are talking about real traveling. You can read more about her trip in her blog (sic! In Russian only). And of course, don’t forget to check out her Instagram! Now she is in Bali.
Mountains, mountains and mountains again – you will be stunned by the picturesque views posted on Andrew’s Instagram. He is a Canadian photographer who spends summers in Waterton Lakes national park and winters in ceaseless wondering, looking for wonderful landscapes and new adventures. His camera skills were sharpened by thousands of miles and millions of breathtaking places. Andrew even crossed Andes and Himalayas, taking wonderful photos on the way.
It was year 2008. Jodi Ettenberg had saved some money, left her attorney job and started travelling. Sounds like a classical story, right? Jodi tells about her experiences in her blog. She was thinking about coming back to work once, but it has already been seven years since she started and she is still on the road! Jodi might not be a photo profi, but she knows how to make you feel the mood of the place, especially when it comes to local cuisine.
Ira Block works for National Geographic. Is there anything else to add? His job includes long trips, enduring hardships of the nature and new challenges every day. And his photos are totally worth all of it.
This article was originally published on the russian version of our site. All photos are courtesy of the respective Instagram owners.