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We love a good Pinterest rabbit hole, especially when it comes to travel.
Yet, a lot of the travel images on Pinterest can be oversaturated and too aspirational, not within the scope of the type of traveling we like to do.
That’s why we love to follow these accounts who value slow travel, hidden gems, quaint streets, and realistic shots. The type of traveler you’d find on Camber.
We follow Bon Traveler on every social platform, so Pinterest is no exception. Her guides are dreamy and down-to-earth. Come for the place recommendations, stay for the aesthetic.
If we see a coffee shop on Trotter Mag, then you better believe we’ll be visiting it. Their soft imagery and local recs never disappoint.
We’re big fans of the spirits-free apéritif brand Ghia, and we tend to get lost browsing their Pinterest. This board makes us feel like we’re in a Luca Guadagnino movie or Joan Didion book.
We could drool over The Cool Hunter’s architectural shots all day. Bold, extravagant, and boundary-pushing.
Photographer Jennifer Chong from the blog See and Savour captures unique corners of everywhere she goes. We love how calming and cozy her images are.
You know The Venue Report for their curations on celebration and travel, and their pins help us discover hidden gems that we can trust.
The women behind Local Wanderer make you feel like you’re friends on vacation with them. Their aesthetic is bright, happy, and on-point.
The personality between Yaya and Lloyd’s travel blog, Hand Luggage Only, is infectious. Their Pinterest is full of itineraries and pastel photos. All with the intention of connecting with like-minded travelers.
Oh hey, you can follow us on Pinterest as well!