So you’re sitting at home after getting home from your latest trip. While spending time at home has been awesome, you feel like its time to pick up your backpack and head somewhere once again. But where should you go?
Its time to find some travel inspiration, and with the help of the following resources, its never been easier…
Pinterest is one of the best places to find travel inspiration, as this photo driven site has many pinners that put up irresistible pictures of some of the world’s hottest travel destinations.
From flawless beaches to mountains brimming with freshly fallen snow, spending a half hour flipping through the boards of some of Pinterest’s top travel posters will have you booking your trip to a paradise halfway across the world in no time.
With smartphones fueling an explosion of visual content on the internet in the past five years, it’s only natural to conclude that Instagram is great for travel inspiration.
Once you get past the self-indulgent and slightly annoying selfies, you’ll find a wide collection of outstanding pics that range from perspective shots, to even underwater snaps, as some phones are starting to be constructed to be waterproof.
With many travel bloggers boasting an account these days, their expertly taken pictures and the narrative they weave will have you putting together a travel plan that you act upon in the coming months.
While the 140 character limit places handcuffs on the ability of some people to express their ideas, for others, it forces them to write their updates in a way that grabs your attention.
Combine that with the fact that you can follow hundreds or even thousands of accounts at once, and your travel feed will soon fill with dozens of suggestions from travel bloggers from all over the world.
4) Your town/city
Sometimes, the best way to get inspired is to get up from your computer and go outside. Leave your phone at home, and just walk through the streets of your town or city. Go into a restaurant that serves foreign cuisine, and meditate on how much better the food must be in its country of origin.
Head out into the countryside and walk amidst the mountains or along the coast. Yes, these sights are amazing, but what would they look like in the tropics? In Asia? In the subarctic regions of Norway? There is one one way to find out the answer to these questions; book a trip, and see them for yourself!