If you’re not already following us on Instagram, maybe it’s time to start. Each day, we bring gorgeous travel inspiration to daydreamers, storytellers, and photographers. Here are 11 reasons to follow us on Instagram and let us help you find your travel bliss.
To see the most incredible sights in the world
You’ll see breathtaking photos of everything from National Parks and European cities to secret islands and serene beach destinations.
To discover the best places to eat and drink
You’ll get a taste of the local cuisine in other cities by seeing pictures of beautiful, culturally-inspired dishes.
To watch us share our travel experiences
With IGTV, you get an inside look at our travel experiences with our series, Trip Report.
To follow our journeys around the world
See real-time photos captured by our team of writers as they explore amazing destinations around the world.
To share your travel experiences
Tell your best travel stories by sharing your photos with us. We love seeing your tagged photos and travels around the world.
To discover new destinations
Learn about places you never considered visiting, or even knew existed.
To get inspired
You’ll get daily inspiration to excite your wanderlust.
To be featured on our Instagram account
Take the opportunity to have your travel photos featured on our Instagram account. Just tag your posts with #smartertravel so we can see and share them!
To put your photography skills to the test
Flex your photography skills by entering into our monthly travel-themed photo contests.
For the chance to win giveaways
You’ll get the chance to win awesome travel swag during our travel-swag giveaways
To find your next dream vacation
Discover bucket list destinations to inspire your next trip, and the one after that.
Ready for your daily dose of inspiration? Follow us on Instagram!
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Editor’s note: This story was originally published in 2016. It has been updated to reflect the most current information.