The good thing about TikTok is that it’s easy to go beyond the people you already follow. Their “for you page” makes it effortless to find new content creators that you’ll probably enjoy. As with any social media platform, you can find posts on a wide variety of topics, including travel.
If you’re planning your next trip, or you simply want to see other parts of the world from the comfort of your couch, this post is for you. In today’s article, we’ve put together some of the best travel TikTok accounts to feed your wanderlust.
The 8 Best Travel TikTok Accounts, Covering History, Food & More
Content diversity is perhaps the best thing about the internet. And on TikTok, there’s a travel account for everyone. As you already know, traveling is a multifaceted experience. So every content creator will focus on different things.
We’ve divided our list of content creators based on their area of interest:
- History & fun facts
- Sightseeing & travel tips
Let’s take a closer look!
History & Fun Facts
Ariel is a filmmaker focused on places you won’t find in a general travel guide. He visits non-traditional spots with a story worth hearing about and goes from general history to fun facts.
His constant travels mainly take him across Europe and the USA. However, whenever he’s not out there exploring, he shows you around his home: New York City.
This account will definitely pique your curiosity about world history.
Sightseeing & Travel Tips
Cam & Natasha are an American couple and they’re full-time travelers. On their TikTok account, you’ll find awe-inspiring landscapes. Plus, you’ll get some of the best travel tips on:
- Travel itineraries
- Underrated destinations
Nathalie is a travel blogger from Germany. She takes stunning landscape shots that look straight out of a movie. Additionally, you can also visit her blog, written in both German and English. She’s a great source for travel guides and hotel reviews.
Bernice is a flight attendant. Her content mostly focuses on travel hacks, including:
- How to get the cheapest flights to the best destinations
- Affordable & underrated destinations to visit
When she recommends a destination, aside from flight prices, she covers everything you can do there to make your trip memorable.
Camping & Hiking
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Denae describes herself as a mountain blogger. Indeed, she covers everything you need to know about camping in the wilderness, including:
- Gear recommendations
- Cooking tips
- Eco–friendly practices
ITINERARY: Grand Teton National Park & Jackson! Save this for later! Any questions?! Hikes: • Delta Lake (MY FAVORITE! 9 Miles + so worth it for the blue water at the end- HARD) • Phelps Lake (7 Miles w/ 20 ft. Cliff Jumping- EASY) • Jenny Lake Loop Trail (7.2 Miles w/ Waterfalls- EASY) • Cascade Canyon (Take the Jenny Lake Ferry to Trail- MODERATE) • Taggart Lake (3.8 Miles- EASY) Full itinerary on I G #grandtetons #grandtetonnationalpark #itinerary
Quin is a solo traveler who has been doing the van life for a year and a half, with her two cats. On her account, you’ll find some of the best tips on how to train cats for hiking and adventure! Plus, she shares:
- Full itineraries to explore National Parks
- Gear recommendations for both humans and cats
- How to build your van
- How to make your van cat-friendly
- Who said you can’t travel with your pets?
This account features short visual takes of lavish hotels around the world. Many of these will likely make it onto your bucket list. Here, you’ll see beachside hammocks, dreamy diners in vineyards, and poolside breakfasts in places like:
- Bali, Indonesia
- Portofino, Italy
- Lisbon, Portugal
Si and Lauren are a couple eager to travel the world through their taste buds. Their goal is to eat food from every country in 80 days without leaving their city: New York. They explore hidden restaurants on the hunt for new delicious dishes.
This account is great if you are heading to New York and want to deeply explore the restaurant scene. What’s more, it can inspire you to take on this challenge in your hometown, and explore the world through food.
In this post, we shared some of the best TikTok travel accounts to inspire your next trip. With insight from full-time travelers who know the drill, traveling around the world not only becomes easier, but you’re also more likely to get into adventures you might not have imagined before.
Plus, COVID travel restrictions are getting more flexible every day. So this may be the best moment to travel out of the last three years. What do you think?
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