4 WOC Travel Instagrammers You Should Be Following


Her Adventures is highlighting Women of Color in the travel world. We’re kicking the series off by featuring WOC travel Instagrammers you should be following!

5 Amazing WOC Travel Instagrammers


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The Sad Girls Club is both an online platform and in real life community created to bring girls together who are battling mental illnesses. We are all about self care here at HERA and we feel like we can’t leave this inspirational IG page out.


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We can’t say it any better than with Kaitlyn’s own words, “Not well known, but one to know.” When not making one-of-a-kind wearable art in NOLA, she is out taking on the world one swoon-worthy destination at a time.


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Faith is a documentary film producer and outdoor enthusiast with a focus on diversity and representation. She has been traveling the world and has been on serious expeditions, both on and off-trail. Her Instagram will motivate you to go outside and get moving!


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While exploring new places, we at HERA also love to explore the food and drink scene. Ashlee, Founder of Will Drink For Travel, is combining the love of travel with the love of unique and native spirits. But during quarantine she is trying to help her followers spicing up their #staycation with great cocktails recipes.

We hope you find ALL the travel inspiration from these gorgeous WOC travel Instagrammers. Keep an eye out for the rest of our series, which will feature WOC-led travel podcasts, businesses, and blogs!

Do you have a favorite Instagram you follow? Drop it in the comments below!


Her Adventures is an education and empowerment community dedicated to helping women explore beyond their boundaries. We welcome all people who identify as non-masculine/non-male to connect, educate and inspire each other with their stories, fears, knowledge, questions, and ideas. Because together we make each other strong. We hope you will join us and see the world.

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