Who are the top travel bloggers on Instagram?

Posted on Fri 13 May 2022 in Travel

Top 150 Travel Influencers and Top Travel Instagrams Accounts

  • MURAD OSMANN @muradosmann.
  • CHRIS BURKARD @chrisburkard.
  • JENNIFER TUFFEN @izkiz.
  • JACK MORRIS @doyoutravel.
  • THE BUCKET LIST FAMILY @thebucketlistfamily.
  • TUULA VINTAGE @tuulavintage – Travel Fashion Blog.
  • ALEX STROHL @alexstrohl.
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  • Selena Gomez.
  • Cristiano Ronaldo.
  • Humans of NY.
  • Doug the Pug.
  • Kylie Cosmetics.
  • KKW Beauty.
  • Gary Vaynerchuk.
  • ToyShades.
  • Who is the best travel vlogger?

    Top travel vloggers

  • Fearless and Far. Mike Corey is the man behind adventure travel vlog, Fearless and Far.
  • Drew Binsky. Drew Binsky is an American travel vlogger and Youtube documentary maker.
  • Hey Nadine.
  • Kold.
  • Lost LeBlanc.
  • Mark Wiens.
  • Phil Good Travel.
  • Sorelle Amore.
  • Who is the best Traveller in the world?

    Here are nine such great travellers of all time:

  • Marco Polo (1254-1324)
  • Vasco Da Gama (1460-1524)
  • Christopher Columbus (1451-1506)
  • Amerigo Vespucci (1454-1512)
  • Ferdinand Magellan (1480-1521)
  • James Cook (1728-1779)
  • Jeanne Baret (1740-1807)
  • Charles Darwin (1809-1882)
  • Do influencers get paid to travel?

    Travel influencers make money through many different routes, but essentially, no matter what route they take, travel influencers break down into two categories: lifestyle Influencer: Spends time curating appearance, scouting locations, and choosing clothing.

    Who is No 1 on Instagram?

    Cristiano Ronaldo (366m followers) We now reach our most followed human on Instagram: Cristiano Ronaldo.

    How much does Instagram pay for 1 million followers?

    Mega-influencers (more than one million followers) make US$15,356 (Rs 11.4 lac approx.) per month. Still, among holders of accounts with between 1K and 10K followers, only 22.99 percent report making money, compared to 68.75 percent of accounts with 500K to one million followers.