8 Black Travel Instagram Pages That Will Give You Wanderlust

There are several pages curating mag-worthy travel photos submitted by Black jet-setters, primarily in their 20s and 30s. Get inspiration for your next solo dolo or group trip by following these cool accounts. And don’t hesitate, the world is waiting.

For those who want to upgrade how they spend their spare time, Travel is the New Club is here. The account is run by a "young single urban professional that throws trips and realized the clubs have gotten boring," according to their Instagram page that has more than 7,000 followers. More group trips seem to be on the horizon, so this page is one to watch.

Boasting 111,000 followers, TravelNoire is the leading travel page showcasing Black travelers. The brand also features blogs and tools to help travelers and brings explorers together with their on-line chat community #TNDistrict.
“I started thinking about an idea to sort of connect travelers of color — so Black Dutch, Black French, Afro-Cuban, Afro-Brazilian and African-Americans — and share our experiences,” Zim Ugochukwu, founder of Travel Noire, told in a recent interview. 

The SoulSociety is also putting Black travelers and their favorite foodie moments at the forefront. To get reposted to their page of 17,000 followers, tag your photos with #soultravel and #soulfoodies (for food). 

Cocoa Travelers International wants your photos from your next adventure, but they simply ask "Please no picstitch." To be featured tag your photos #cocoatravelersintl.

This group founded by travel photographer Evita Robinson in 2012 is a bit more exclusive. To get in the Nomadness Travel Tribe, you need at least one passport stamp and must pass a quiz on the organization. The "new age urban travel movement" is made up of 9,000 members, ages 21 to 45. The tribe takes four group trips per year and recently paired up with Issa Rae's YouTube channel for a video series called "The NOMADNESS Project."

One Young Traveler promotes self-discovery through exploration within the Generation Y community. Their Point of View film series spotlights intimate visuals of different locales around the world. OYT is also giving one lucky student a passport this summer through their HBCU Passport Campaign. Their tag is #OneYoungTraveler.

BlackAdventuristas celebrates Black women who are living to the fullest by daring to be adventurous. The page has 10,000 followers and was created by Veronica Garnett. Tag #BlackAdventuristas for a chance to show off your Black girl magic abroad.

Get inspired to travel to Spain by scrolling through Las Morenas De España's Instagram page. It gives an inside look to the Black experience in the country, from culture, food to fashion. 

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