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When you need a mental vacation, the easiest place to turn is Instagram, where you can scroll through the gorgeously filtered feeds of modern nomads traveling from the Yukon to the Yucatan. Let's call it living vicariously, no passport required.
And when it's time to go from living vicariously to living out of a suitcase, Instagram is still the best place to turn for travel tips and inspiration. You should see my photo stream—it's primarily screenshots of must-visit, bucket-list locales across the globe.
Check out the feeds of 10 Instagrammers who may inspire you to hop a plane, ride a bike or buy a van and simply go, passport—and camera—required.
Self-described escape artist—and Instagram user no. 75—Cole Rise will make you want to escape to the destinations captured in his beautifully photographed and filtered feed.
Inspirational and often amusing account of American traveler Jedidiah Jenkins, currently cycling from #oregontopatagonia.
Australian style blogger Jessica Stein's account documents wanderlust and wardrobe as she travels the globe, making every place look sunny and idyllic.
Russian photographer and producer Murad Osmann's #followmeto series, shot with his girlfriend Nataly, will inspire you to get off your phone and onto a plane.
Colorful feed of a California family adventuring around South America in a Westfalia and expecting their second child any day now.
If one account about living out of a van isn't enough for you, follow Pacific Northwest native Foster Huntington's #vanlife on the road because #homeiswhereyouparkit.
Paris is always a good idea according to Pinterest and American in Paris Christine Kim's dreamy feed.
Simple and stunning shots from a Norwegian photographer based in Holland, traveling around Europe with her family.
You'll never forget to look up after scrolling through Vancouver-based photographer Maurice Li's feed.
Explore faces and places around the globe with National Geographic columnist and digital nomad Andrew Evans.