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15 Best Facebook Groups for Travelers You Should Be a Part Of (2024)

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Most of us do our research with the help of good ol’ Google as we seek out the best travel tips and the best things to do for any destination. However, I understand that there are times when Google just won’t cut it and you rather want to gain real-time advice from a group of people online that you can actually converse with — for this, I highly suggest joining Facebook groups for travelers!

To date, there are millions of Facebook groups out there and it can be dizzying to pick out the ‘ cream of the crop ‘; but don’t fret, becaause with this list, I have gathered the best Facebook groups for travelers that will match whatever need or niche you’re looking for.

I have also made sure that these groups satisfy the following criteria:

  • It is non-spammy.
  • It has relevant, active, and engaged members.
  • It is well-managed by moderators.

Without further ado, here are the best Facebook groups for travelers that you MUST join!

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Best Facebook Groups for Travelers

» General Facebook Groups for Travelers: «

The following are the best Facebook groups for travelers that do not only discuss topics about travel but also about some other lifestyle topics too (at times, about blogging tips and digital nomad jobs as well).

Ultimate Travel Group


Best Facebook Groups for Travelers: Ultimate Travel Group

The Ultimate Travel Group (UTG) is a group that I created after I saw the shortage of Facebook groups out there that generously shares opportunities for travelers as well as travel bloggers — may they be current or aspiring ones (and by opportunities, I mean it as it is: travel opportunities, travel giveaways, etc.)

Everyone is free to join and post questions at any time — I am also always available to answer and share the travel hacks and tips that I personally know of. So see you there!

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This is a great Facebook hub where you can connect with travelers and nomads from all over the world. The best part is that most of the members (that number many!) do long-term and sustainable travel so you can get a lot of insight. It’s a very active group with engaging members so you’re sure to find what you need there!

Travel Community


Travel Community

A community built by Scott’s Cheap Flights and it is for anyone who loves to travel! You can share your trips and tips here, as well as ask for advice all at the same time. The number of active members is a huge plus too!

Photographs & Travel Nomads


Photographers & Travel Nomads

Do you need travel inspiration through picturesque spots and hidden gems? Or do you simply want to ask for advanced photography tips whilst you share your own shots? If so, this is the perfect Facebook group for you!

» Backpacking Facebook Groups for Travelers: «

As the heading implies, the following are the best Facebook groups for travelers who are interested in backpacking tips that will help them make the most out of their travel fund as well as save more money!

Hitchhiking Club


Hitchhiking Club

I actually don’t recommend hitchhiking; but still, I recognize the fact that there are people who are interested in doing this for their travels. If you’re one of those, it’s best to be in touch with an experienced community that will help give you the best support and safety tips. (You can even acquire a travel buddy here, but like always, please exercise caution!)

Backpacking Europe


Backpacking Europe

Centered on destinations in Europe, this is the best Facebook group for backpackers who want to make an enjoyable Eurotrip — ask for tips and recommendations to your heart’s content! (Lately, the group has evolved more into covering not only budget travel but also all types of other travel styles; still, it remains to be focused on Europe only).

Southeast Asia Backpacker Community


South East Asia Backpacker Community

If you rather plan to explore Southeast Asia , joining this group should be high on your to-do list! With a number of members who have experience traveling in SEA (or who are simply locals themselves), you’ll get a focused amount of answers for whatever travel concern you may have.

Backpacking South America


Backpacking South America

Naturally, South America is one of those top destinations for backpackers and this is a massive community that could help assist your travel plans.

In fact, this group also covers topics about Central America and the Caribbean , so don’t miss out!

DIY Travel Philippines


DIY Travel Philippines

If you’re planning a trip to the Philippines , this is the best place where you can find a supportive community that will be more than happy to aid you (you might even find some fun travel buddies here!).

There are also a lot of tips that have already been posted here, so just use the search function and you’re sure to find what you’re looking for in an instant!

» Females Only «

Doing solo travel is on the rise, but one has to recognize the fact that it is often unsafe for women — to answer to this problem, these kinds of groups were made and it is definitely one of the best ‘support group’ you can ever have!

Girls LOVE Travel

Best Facebook Groups for Travelers: Girls LOVE Travel (Female)

Girls LOVE Travel or GLT is a BIG ‘sisterhood’ group for female travelers around the globe and its main goal is to promote safety and support for every members’ travels.

The community is humongous and super engaging that you’ll find people of ALL ages from every corner of the globe here. GLT also regularly holds events and group trips, so keep a lookout for those.

The Solo Female Traveler Network


The Solo Female Traveler Network

This is another safe space for all female travelers to come for advice and support among many other things. The group network also holds fun regular meetups that every member is free to join!

TRAVEL MEETUPS is a sub-group created by The Solo Female Traveler Network and it focuses on connecting solo female travelers with other fellow solo female travelers!

Solo Female Travelers


Solo Female Travelers

Solo Female Travelers is another alternative group where you can find focused tips not only for travel but also for other girl-related worries as well.

» Travel Bloggers & Digital Nomads «

Did you quit your job to travel the world and work online as a digital nomad? Or are you a travel writer, freelancer, or entrepreneur who is looking to expand their network as they continue to travel the world? If you answered yes to any of these questions, the following groups are the best for you!

Digital Nomads Around the World


Facebook Groups for Travelers: Digital Nomads Around the World

This is an amazing group of digital nomads who share all their tips and knowledge with fellow nomads, no matter if they’re aspiring or experienced ones. Sometimes, you can even find an online job opportunity here that will help you lead the digital lifestyle that you so desire!

Travel Bloggers


Travel Bloggers: Best Facebook Groups for Travelers

If you’re a travel blogger, this is the best way to connect with fellow influencers worldwide. It only admits travel bloggers and it doesn’t matter if you’re experienced or not.

Naturally, the discussions here are composed of feedback and advice about the business side of blogging that includes technical questions, blogging strategy , social media tips , and so much more. Even so, it’s also a great space to have discussions about travel in general!

Travel advice by Travel Bloggers


Travel Advice by Travel Bloggers

If you want to hear advice and tips straight from the ‘ pros ‘ or the travel bloggers, this is the group that you should absolutely be a part of!

Facebook Groups for Travelers

There are absolutely a LOT of helpful Facebook groups out there that can help you reach your goals, and as per my personal experiences, the ones listed above are truly effective for every kind of traveler and travel blogger!

But remember : it’s not all about the ‘taking’, make sure that you do some ‘giving’ too! So be involved, start conversations, and help others if you can. In no time, you will see how being a part of a community does not only boost your influence, but your level of knowledge and friends too!

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Thank you for sharing this list. Having a group is really helpful. I recently joined Blogging for new bloggers and I love this group.

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Thanks for the wonderful advice. I think it’s great how you are able to create some of those photos with only an iPhone. You have a wonderful eye for composition.

I’ve been following your blog for the last month. I love your honesty in the content you write about the positive and negative aspects of solo travel and blogging. I really feel I can relate to it. I have been solo travelling for the past 3 years but have only just started to document it with a blog of my own. I’m at a transition phase in the way in which I travel and the way in which I work to travel as I am working towards creating my own travel business within the kitesurfing industry. Reading your blog and being able to relate to your content has inspired me to blog to document my travels and my development as I create my dream career. Thanks for the advice and the inspiration.


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37 of the Best Travel Pages on Facebook

Group or solo, budget or luxury , adventure or leisure, to discover something new or to move on — there are innumerable reasons to travel. In case one needs inspiration, information, planning advice, or just plain escapism, odds are a travel page on Facebook will be there for you.

But searching “travel” on Facebook brings up 1000+ results, most related to already established magazines / websites / brands we all recognize — NatGeo, Travel+Leisure, Outside, Lonely Planet. In such a crowded environment, it’s difficult to go off the beaten track. Fear not, though; we’re here to help.

Did we miss a favorite of yours? Please, tell us in the comments below!

100 World Kisses

Ah, the romance! Ignacio is a photographer on a mission to photograph great kisses in 100 cities. He already has Hiroshima, London, Buenos Aires, Paris, Amsterdam, Rome, Barcelona, Berlin, Florence, Lima, and Cartagena in his portfolio.

Only half a day in Copenhagen, Berlin, Portland, London, Antwerp — what to do and how? At last, a guide that answers in style.

A vivid and crazy surf/travel magazine based in Paris.

Another Scape

A creatively ambitious project disguised as a gorgeous print magazine.

Atlas Obscura

This always-unusual vault of hidden wonders has a solid Facebook presence.

Boat Magazine

A classy glossy that covers a different city in each issue. The current edition is dedicated to Peru and includes an interview with Peruvian-born superstar photographer Mario Testino.

Cereal Magazine

With a superb design and excellent taste in photography, Cereal is a UK-based travel and lifestyle magazine that runs every four months. Find their Facebook page 24/7.

Draw the World Again

Drawn the Road Again

By artist Chandler O’Leary, this travel blog conveys “the joy, wonder, and hilarity of the American road trip” through uncomplicated and charming illustrations — each one shared via Facebook, of course.

Hey, 4 million+ people can’t be wrong, right? Amazing photography from all around the world, every day, several times a day. This is escapism at its best.

G Adventures

A travel company that runs socially minded trips in more than 100 nations, G Adventures publishes content about their clients’ ventures in places as eclectic as Jordan, Western Canada, and the Amalfi Coast. They’re also a frequent and valued partner of Matador.

A solid source for fun, interesting, and useful travel stuff.

Intrepid Travel

Another Matador partner, and a great example of what makes a good Facebook page: strong use of images, smart product searches, full customization, and constant interaction with fans. Actually, the folks at this Australian travel agency have managed to create what’s been considered “the best small business Facebook page in the world.”

Jungles in Paris

This is an online magazine that publishes one story per week. And what stories! Always forging an unbeaten track, they curate video and photo essays that deeply investigate the nature of place.


With print and online versions, Makeshift is not really a travel magazine but a publication about creativity. Their global team diligently hunts for stories of everyday inventiveness from around the world. The Facebook edition of their publication is called “From The Makery” and provides shorter stories from all around the interwebs.

Nowhere Magazine

Nowhere is a tablet-only magazine with a fresh approach to travel and art. They also post a lot of cool photos, videos, and links from colleague magazines.

A brand new British ‘alternative’ travel magazine, Renegade just published their first edition in January. Their purpose is to inspire people to travel (of course!) but also to learn about the world by experiencing it firsthand.

Roads and Kingdoms

This is a super-interesting online publication that blends travel, food, and journalism. Props for the clean Facebook layout and the use of large, always-remarkable photographs.

Sidetracked Online Magazine

An impressive, deeply inspiring magazine about exploration and expeditions.

Solo Travel Society

While the website is aimed at women, everyone embarking on solo adventures will relate to the insights Janice Waugh shares on her excellent blog.

Slow Travel Berlin

Besides posts from the main website, there are photos and fun / useful links to help you enjoy the ever-cool Berlin. STB is run by former Matador editor and MatadorU photo faculty Paul Sullivan.

Tasting Travels

Annika and Roberto maintain this exciting trilingual website dedicated to promoting bicycle travel around the world.

The American Guide

“Part travel. Part documentary. All American.” The Guide originally published using Tumblr but now has a strong Facebook presence.

The Man in Seat 61

For all of us train geeks around the world, “The Man in Seat 61” shares tips, advice, promotions, and general info. Valuable for anyone traveling around Europe.

The Pinay Solo Backpacker

Really living the dream, Gael is a Filipino gal traveling the world on her own, writing for several outlets with a following of more than 33k fans on Facebook.

The Planet D

An adventurous couple, Dave and Deb have already traveled to 80 countries on seven continents and are ready for more.

The Ride Journal

The Ride Journal

For bikers, by bikers, on “whatever bikes they ride and wherever they choose to ride,” The Ride Journal has been around since 2008 and posts links and news related to the two-wheeled world.

The Travel Almanac

This is a sophisticated magazine with an active online presence. The current edition features an article by fashion designer Helmut Lang sharing his memories of traveling in Austria. Be sure to check out their website too.

Travel Dudes

For travelers, by travelers. The Travel Dudes website is a community of world wanderers sharing advice and inspiration.

Travel Mindset

For the fingertip voyager.

Thrillist is an online magazine and Matador syndication partner with more than 190k followers and posts about food, drink, and travel several times a day.

This page posts mostly images and links from World Hum — good thing the website never lacks interesting articles.

Wandering Earl

Earl has been traveling the world nonstop since 1999 and is currently in Kyrgyzstan. He answers all kinds of questions. This Facebook account serves as a window into his surprisingly laid-back lifestyle.

We Are Here

We Are Here

Each issue of this so-called lo-fi quarterly travel magazine shines a light on a different city or district.

We Love To Travel

The tagline says it all: “For those who love travel and those who would love to come along for the ride.”

Dedicated to women who wander the world on their own, this is a website that facilitates weekly Twitter chat sessions.

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This is a reference guide for the best Facebook travel groups.

Even before I started blogging, Facebook travel groups were a great source of information for my travels.  Over time, some have stood out to me more than others either because they were extremely helpful or they have a strong community feel.  If you haven’t had a chance to deep dive into Facebook travel groups or you aren’t sure which are the best, I’ve got you covered!  I am an active member in all of the Facebook travel groups listed here and absolutely love them.  So without further adieu, here are the best Facebook travel groups.

What Are Facebook Travel Groups

Why join facebook travel groups, solo mom travel, 9 to 5 travel, wandering moms, black kids do travel, moms (girls love travel), tiny globetrotters: travel the world with kids, girls love travel, curvy girls travel guide, black travel movement, african american travelers, black world travelers, road to 100 countries, award travel 101.

A Facebook travel group is a group on Facebook that is dedicated to all things travel.  Some of them use special niches like family travel, travel to a specific region, travel for specific genders, etc.  Regardless of their niche, you’ll find a group of people all interested in that particular topic.

The goal of these Facebook travel groups is to provide information that other travelers might find helpful.  Think of them as an easy [and free] way to crowdsource information for your trip.

I love Facebook travel groups because if you find the right one, the members can usually provide a level of insight you wouldn’t find through a general Google search.  For example, I shared my post about things to do in Orlando besides theme parks in one of my favorite Facebook travel groups.  A local responded with an attraction I hadn’t heard of which I was able to add to the list.

Also, on a personal level, sometimes it is just nice to commiserate with other people attempting this travel life too.  Missed your connecting flight?  Came down with massive diarrhea at the tail end of your trip?  Lost your passport in the deserts of Morroco?  Chances are someone else in a Facebook travel group has experienced the same thing.  They can offer their support and usually provide resolutions that worked for them.

Best Facebook Travel Groups for Solo Moms

Whether you’re a single mom or just a mom that travels solo with your kids, Solo Mom Travel is the Facebook travel group for you. Participants crowdsource everything from trip ideas to travel tips. Connect with other like-minded solo moms in this wonderful group.

Best Facebook Travel Groups for Families

Facebook Travel Groups - 9 to 5 Travel

I couldn’t write this post about Facebook travel groups without including our own.  9 to 5 Family Travel group is dedicated to the average working family that wants to balance their careers and traveling with their children.  We share everything from school calendars to budget to tips/tricks to maximize your PTO.

Wandering Moms is hands down one of my favorite Facebook travel groups.  As the title suggests, the group is for moms that travel with their kids.  If you are a fellow travel family, you can find most of what you need here: itineraries, tips, and advice.  The owners of the groups also coordinate group travels [some with kids and some without] that you can sign up for.

Black Kids Do Travel is another one of my favorite Facebook travel groups.  With over 22,000 members, this group is packed with helpful information and travel inspiration.  It is run by the fabulous Karen Akpan of The Mom Trotter who regularly contributes helpful tips as well.   This is a must join Facebook travel group.

This Facebook travel group is dedicated to moms that want to travel with their kids.  This group is actually a subsidiary of Girls Love Travel, a large Facebook group designed for women that travel.  It is heavily moderated with many group administrators.  Posts can take some time to be approved and any topics deemed as unhelpful are denied.  Comments are also moderated and removed if offensive or against group rules.  The heavy overhead is helpful though because it guarantees an on-topic, clean, productive Facebook travel group.

Tiny Globetrotters is highly interactive and one of the best Facebook travel groups out there.  What I like the most about this group is that the members are from all over the world.  Many groups can be very centric on the United States but not this one!  It is global so you really get a variety of posts, questions, and ideas.

Best Facebook Travel Group for Women

This Facebook travel group has over 1 million members but somehow manages to maintain a small community feeling.  With that many members, it is heavily moderated out of necessity; posts can take days to approve and any threads that go awry are closed almost immediately.  However, I’ve learned of new destinations, given and received help, and online connected with some awesome ladies in this group.  Plus, they also plan group trips led by the group founder Haley Woods. This, by far, is one of the best Facebook travel groups on the web.

The Internet needs all the body positivity it can get – especially in the travel space.  That’s why The Curvy Girls Travel Guide is one of my favorite Facebook travel groups.  It provides a safe space for those that identify as women to connect and collaborate whether it be about plus-sized travel or just travel in general.

Best Facebook Travel Group for African-Americans

Despite some drama surrounding coordinated trips, Black Travel Movement remains one of my preferred Facebook travel groups.  There are over 400,000 highly engaged people in the group and it stays busy with posts every day.  The admins require that every post be informational so you are bound to learn a lot about travel in this group.

African American Travelers actually has roots as a travel planning company.  Their customers asked them to expand into forming a real community so African American Travelers Facebook travel group was born.  The group was created for folks to connect, share and inspire and it does just that.

There are many Facebook travel groups designated for African-American travelers. What makes Black World Travelers stand out is that they specifically state that they are “strictly for the classy Black professional traveler.”  Photography, recent travel news, and more are shared here.

Best Misc Facebook Travel Group

Don’t want a specific niche? Just want to learn about all things travel regardless of your family status, gender, or race?  Then Road to 100 Countries is the Facebook travel group for you!  There’s a little bit of family travel, a little bit of solo travel, a little bit of award travel — there’s a little bit of everything.

Facebook Travel Groups - Award Travel 101

I’m the first to admit that I struggle with traveling on points [check here to see how we budget for our trips and here to see how we afford to travel ].  However, we’ve made big strides in accumulating miles and points and learning how to properly redeem them by being a member of Award Travel 101.  This Facebook travel group is filled with gurus that will help you get the most out of your award travel.

What are your favorite Facebook travel groups?

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11 Facebook travel groups every Traveler must Join

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Best Facebook travel groups

Having that selfie you took on that summit as your Wallpaper; Watching old videos of your trip just to feel those vibes again; Lying in bed at home scrolling through the newsfeed and coming across a picture of Mountains just to feel Homesick. City life is a sickness for a man whose soul is sold to the Mountains. But not everyone is strong enough to break the structure and walk into the wild. For such souls, Social Media is much relief where they can easily get updates about their favorite place from fellow travelers. So, we have shortlisted the best Facebook travel groups where you can take a virtual trip and satisfy your wanderlust.

1.   The Himalayan Club

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With over 200k members, the group is probably the biggest and most active group of the Mountain lovers. The strict rules and active team of moderators keep it spam free. As the name suggests, the group covers the entire region of The Great Himalayas. Members post beautiful pictures and updates frequently. If you are confused with your itinerary or not sure about how, where, when and what you should be doing on your next trip then this is the place where you will get all your answers from. This group is indeed one of the best Facebook travel group!

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2.   The Karakoram Club

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This group showcases the culture and flora & fauna of the Pakistan.

It is a platform where one can learn by viewing and discussing the various mountain ranges the country is blessed with. Content related to the Karakoram, Himalaya, Hindukush, other mountain ranges in Pakistan and Himalaya & Pamirs from outside Pakistan may also be shared.

You will be left mesmerized after witnessing the beauty of Pak through the lens of these amazing photographers!

3.   Mountainesque

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“Mountainesque is a group to share photographs and information on the mountains and mountain communities.”

This group is a climbing wall for the people who love mountaineering and climbing. In a small club consisting Professional, Alpine, and amateur climbers you can expect a lot of amazing videos and updates regarding latest expeditions. With around 13k members this group is growing fast!

4.   Girls LOVE Travel

Facebook travel group for girls

The group description claims that they are a sisterhood / a community who assists Girls and women by growing their travel bucket list and finding others to explore the world with. The group helps in empowering female travelers with safety and support when they are traveling.

On top of that, it’s strictly a no boys zone so no more creepy messages and Friend requests!

5. NOMADS – a life of cheap/free travel

Facebook travel group for nomad travelers

Nomads is an online community for sharing ideas & information on low-budget, moneyless and low-impact ways to live sustainably on the road. If you have any relevant knowledge you would be willing to share or have any questions to enable you to better live in this way then this is the group you need to join. With more than 150K nomads onboard this is literally the biggest Nomad community in the World!

6. Travel Bloggers Around the World

Facebook groups for travel bloggers

This is probably the most active community of Travel Bloggers or we should say  ” The best online directory of travel blogs and bloggers”. The group focuses on providing blogging tips, advice, deals etc.  Also, it’s a good place to connect with travel bloggers from around the world. Bloggers often post good articles and videos and also exchange Page likes to increase their audience. If you are a blogger or on a hunt for International blogs then this the right place for you.

7.  Digital Nomads Around the World

Facebook groups for digital nomads

As the name suggests it is a community of Nomads who leverage the technology in order to work and travel at the same time. If you are a Digital Nomad or willing to be a Digital Nomad then it is the Best Facebook travel group you should be a part of. From work-related queries to which app you should install on your device, Which networks work the best and where the free Wifi’s are? This group is a library for Tech-savvy nomads!

8.  Volunteering & Paid Work -NOMADS

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An extension of the NOMADS , This group specifically Focus on the advertisement of volunteering and paying job opportunities that are fair and complimentary of a traveler’s lifestyle. Volunteering Hosts & Employers often post their requirements and willing volunteers can engage with them by commenting. Posting is limited to the employers and hosts to avoid spamming in the group. It’s one of the best Facebook travel groups right now!

9.  Into The Wild changed my life

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A small group of people inspired by the life of Chris McCandless and trying to live their life like the way Chris did. You will meet a lot of humble travelers or “SuperTramps” in this group. Based on the ideology of Chris, super tramps hardly care about hypocrites and the society. If you are Into The Wild fanatic then you will absolutely love this group. With travelers from around the world and vibes of Chris, this one is among the best Facebook travel groups you should be in!

10. Travel Talk

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With most of the members being from the Indian subcontinent, This Group is the best place to get information and latest updates on Almost everything related to Traveling.

11. Tourist Helpline

Best Facebook Groups for Travelers

What started just as a youtube Channel has now turned into a platform for tourists to share information. From budget hotels to flight tickets and laws to rights, you will learn a lot of things in this group. Created by a budget traveler from India this group has over 5000 members from different countries.

With thousands of groups on Facebook, we believe that we have only reached the tip of an iceberg. If we are missing on something amazing then please mention it in comments. We will add it to our list! You can also join Our Facebook Group to stay updated with inside news.

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On social media, the content you post is critical to engaging your audience and creating a solid fan base. Yet, many travel professionals struggle with knowing what to post. Whether you are wondering what to say on Twitter, Facebook, blogs or any other channel, here are some travel content ideas to help get the creative juices flowing:

I’ve said it many MANY times : travel is an experiential product and the best way to get people thinking about travel is to show them fun places to go and fun things they can do while they are there. If you can, share personal or client photos of destinations you want to sell. They don’t need to be professional shots and often work even better if you’re in the photo doing something silly! I’ve had many travel agents report that they sell at least one or two packages they wouldn’t have otherwise every time they post photos of a trip they took.

If you don’t have photos of your own,  Flickr  is a great spot to find amazing shots of every type of destination around the world. Do a quick search and link (don’t steal!) to particularly amazing photography that you think your audience would enjoy.

Videos are also a great way to inspire customers to travel and usually works even better than photos because of their interactive nature. Once again, you don’t always need a professionally shot video to attract attention. A home video of a particularly memorable moment, useful information (like the view of a new cruise ship cabin), fun activities or footage of a new resort will do the trick. Got a knack for humor or publicly humiliating yourself without worry? Great! Use it to your advantage when you create your videos. The funnier the better!For those who are a little camera shy, don’t despair!  YouTube  is a great resource for videos of all kinds.  With a little imagination you can search and find some pretty amazing clips.

3. Useful links

The latest traveler alerts, a list of recommended items to pack, articles about the hottest trends in travel – think about what would be useful for your readership to know and you’ve got some sharable content. This is your chance to show off your expertise as a travel professional and provide your potential customers with information that they may not find otherwise.

Not sure where to find this information? Blogs, news sites, and trade press have articles that can fit the bill. You can also use  Google Alerts  to monitor the web for articles on just about any topic.

4. Blog posts

This one should go without saying, but too many people don’t think about it. If you publish regular blog posts, PLEASE remember to post links to them on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, etc if you have accounts there. Most blog platforms will allow you to connect your blog to other social channels automatically if you have trouble remembering to post.

5. Destination fun facts

Everyone loves a good bit of trivia or little known facts! It’s entertaining, informative and can again help position you as an expert in your field. Many tourist boards and hotel properties have fun facts available through their marketing department. Just ask to see if they can help you out.  Otherwise, the web is always a good alternative!

Engage your audience by asking them questions about things like their favourite vacation spot, what type of perks they like to get from their agent, what makes their holiday a perfect one, etc. Get them talking to you AND use the opportunity to do a little behind-the-scenes market research to find out what you can do to win and keep their business.

7. Event announcements

Are you attending your local travel show or hosting a consumer evening? Let the world know where you will be and when! Invite your fan base to come see you.  You might be surprised by how many of them show up…and bring a friend!

8. Top 10 lists

Quick, useful and always a good way of giving quick recommendations on destinations to see, things to pack, attractions to visit and more. You can either compile your own top 10 or link to someone else’s. Bonus points if you create your own with photos or video!

9. Community work updates

People like to know that you care about your community.  If you or your team partake in community service or charitable work, share information like updates about your latest donation, photos of your team volunteering, or news about your favourite charity.

10. Contest announcements & updates

Contests are ALWAYS a popular thing. If you choose to run one, you can build anticipation and buzz by posting regular updates. Whether you talk about the prizes, highlight funny entries, countdown the days until the winner is announced or something else, you’re sure to get attention (and probably new followers/fans/readers) really quickly.

11. Travel updates

Here’s another great opportunity to showcase your expertise as a travel expert. Share updates about your favourite suppliers (new bathtubs in every cabin? Service upgrades at a resort? New designer bag with every purchase? Ok…maybe not the last one, but you get the point) or important travel updates about specific destinations (everything from new passport requirements to travel warnings).

12. Ship inspection information

If you are a cruise expert and visit ships while they are in port, by all means, share pictures and reviews with your fans.  They WANT to hear your expert advice to know which ships are worth sailing.

13. Fam trip reports

I know too many agencies who require these reports from staff and then stuff them in a folder where they will never be seen again. You are experiencing travel while on these Fam trips and NEED to share those experiences with your fan base. This can be in the shape of photos, videos or blog updates. It doesn’t really matter. Either way, tell them what you liked, didn’t like, recommend and find amazing. If you do a good job, you may get a booking or two out of the experience.

14. Client stories

Ever get an email from a client who tells you how GREAT their trip was or wants to let you know about something funny that happened? If so, ask for their permission to share it with everyone. It acts as a testimonial for you and can be entertaining all at once.

15. Answers to common questions

If there are travel questions you get regularly, use the opportunity to share the answer with a wider audience. It may even prompt your fan base to ask you more questions and start engaging. Again…show everyone that you know your stuff and the bookings will follow!

16. Opinions

If something is happening in the travel community and you have an opinion to share, you can use your social channel to do so.  However, I would caution you to think twice about being excessively controversial or political as it may turn some people away. Some controversy is ok, but too much can be hard to handle for some people.

17. Travel tips

These can be quick tips or longer blog posts about your recommendations. Just like the fun facts, top 10 lists, and other ideas listed here, they help position you are the expert that your are while being useful.

18. Behind-the-scenes updates

If your teams is planning an event or preparing something big, there is always interest in seeing you have fun behind-the-scenes.  Be creative here with photos, videos, stories and staff comments.

19. Favourite quotes

Inspiring travel quotes are fairly easy to find (Google to the rescue!) and quick to post. If you are out of inspiration for the day, a quick quote can keep the engagement going with minimal effort.

20. Staff picks

Get your whole team involved in recommending hotels, resorts, cruises, activities or whatever else you can think of. This can be really fun for everyone and helps showcase your agency as a whole.

21. Interviews

Think written or video interviews with people on your team, a destination representative, hotel partner, etc.

22. Funny Stories

Whether it’s a cartoon, a funny video, an anecdote or the joke of the week, humor always goes a long way!

23. Updates from the road

This is where you bring out your inner journalist.  If you have access to an internet connection or a smartphone while on the road travelling or attending events, you can provide live updates.  This works particularly well on Twitter or Facebook where updates can be quick and short. Blog posts take some thought, but you could still provide one update per day once you have a chance to slow down a bit in the evening.

24. Milestones

Did you just get a new specialist certification? Did your agency win an important award? Maybe you got featured in the local newspaper. It’s time to let everyone know so they can share in the joy and find out how fabulous you really are!

25. Travel deals

I saved this one for last because it seems like the most obvious choice, yet it’s not always the best one. Depending on your sales goals, you may not want to attract the bargain hunters looking for the best deal. I’ll leave it up to you to decide if deals are a good choice for you.

It’s not as hard as it may seem. Many of the ideas above are already available within your agency or on the web.  A simple Google search or using  Google Alerts  can help you stay in the loop and find interesting content quite easily and without gobbling up your precious time.

Now it’s your turn…

Have you had success with any of the ideas above? Or perhaps I’ve missed a few good ones that you’d like to share?

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10 Top Travel Vloggers On Facebook You Need To Follow (2019 Edition)

by Paul @ Travel is Life | Dec 4, 2018 | Travel Bloggers , Travel Tips & Resources , Videos | 0 comments

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Next month marks my one year anniversary into the world of creating travel videos. What started out as a side hustle to help me create social media share worthy content for my travel business, soon developed into a passion and is now one of my favorite parts of running Travel is Life. Please subscribe to my Facebook channel while you're here and follow along with my video stories. 2019 is going to be an exciting year!

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When I first got into my video making, I wanted to learn from the best, so I began paying closer attention to other travel video creators. Particularly I was interested in solo travel vloggers, as opposed to travel companies with big budgets or video curation channels that syndicated other people's work. And even more specifically, I was looking for Facebook travel vloggers, not YouTube vloggers. I've learned that different types of video content work better on each platform, and my style of mini-documentary travel stories cater more towards Facebook's News Feed discovery platform than YouTube's subscription based platform.

To give you an idea of how much more popular my videos are on Facebook, I just crossed 12,000 Followers on Facebook compared to my 344 Subscribers on YouTube – and I've published all my videos on both platforms. The ability to have my video content reach new audiences through Facebook's Share button is unrivaled on any other video platform at this time, but that's a topic for a different post.

If you're a travel video creator also looking to learn from the best, or you simply love travel videos and are looking for some new channels to follow, here's my list of travel vloggers on Facebook to follow in 2019.

Top Travel Shows on Facebook Watch (2019 Edition)

#1 – nuseir yassin.

Nas Daily

By now, you've heard of Nas Daily , right? At least one of your travel friends have shared his videos in the past. (If not, you'll start seeing them everywhere now that you're paying attention.) Nuseir Yassin has created daily 1-minute videos on Facebook under the page Nas Daily for the past 953 days and counting. I've watched him build his fan base to over 10 million subscribers in the past 2 1/2 years.

He's one of the hardest working guys in the biz and has certainly earned his success every step of the way. He's recently announced that he will stop making daily one minute videos after he hits Day 1000, but hasn't shared what's coming next – although I'm confident he's got something spectacular is in the works. See my other article 21 Things I Learned From Nas Daily for a deeper look at his work.

On the subject of working hard, here's a great video from Nas Daily entitled Why I Never Take A Day Off . It's an inspiring one for any other video makers reading this post:

#2 – Mitch Summers

Mitch Summers

Mitch started his journey into video making with a show called The Unexpected Journey that was based on his “unexpected journey” of not only self discovery, but his journey in search of great stories about the people and places he met along the way.

I had the pleasure of meeting Mitch for dinner in Raleigh North Carolina earlier this year, and talking shop with Mitch made me realize just how little I knew about the technical side of video making – he's a real pro. (I consider myself more of a storyteller with a camera than a professional videographer.)

The day after I met Mitch, he flew to Canada to meet The Nas Daily Team – which he was invited to join. (Mitch's unexpected journey continued.) A couple weeks after that, he changed his page name from The Unexpected Journey to Mitch Summers so that he could diversify his videos away from just travel themed stories and tackle other topics that are close to his heart. However, names aside, he's still on the road full time and putting out travel themed videos which I know you'll love. His videos get better each week.

Here's one of my favorites from Mitch entitled The Missing Ingredient in Life . It's one of his more recent videos from when he began to tackle topics outside of travel:

#3 – Drew Binsky

Drew Binsky

I'll add that this list is in no particular order – because Drew Binsky is a pioneer in the travel vlogging world and certainly not in “3rd place” on anyone's list. (I just like to number things.) When I first got into creating travel videos, people kept asking me, “Have you seen Drew Binsky's videos?” – which at the time, I had not, but now I'm a regular viewer and you will be too once you see what he's all about. Drew's been on the road for almost 2500 days and counting, has visited over 140 countries since 2012, and plans on visiting all of them before he turns 30. Ah to be young again!

He recently started traveling with a full time cameraman and editor so his videos are evolving by not having to be the guy holding the camera anymore. We're able to see a lot more Binsky! Here's a great example of the type of videos you can expect on his channel. This one's entitled Most Unique Tribe in Asia? (LONG NECKS) .

#4 Andrea Valeria

Andrea Valeria

I was introduced to Andrea's video channel It's a Travel O.D. by my business partner Stephanie Linder, who has been following Andrea's hybrid digital nomadic / traveler video channel since she first entered the world of digital nomadism, and I've been watching Andrea's channel ever since. She primarily vlogs about life as a full time traveler and her adventures working from the road through remote work opportunities. If you'd like to learn more about Andrea's work, she was kind enough to guest host an Internet Crash Course with Stephanie called Behind The Vlog where she teaches you how to get started elevating your brand and reaching a larger audience with video.

Here's a great one from Andrea and a classic example of her work and the types of subjects she tackles. This video is entitled Travel To Get Over a Breakup .

#5 Ariel Viera

Ariel Viera

I put out a request to my Facebook network to tell me to their favorite Facebook travel vloggers, and Andrea introduced me to Ariel Viera, creator of the Urbanist channel – the show that explores the history of cities. I love cities so I was excited to learn about Ariel's work. Whenever I fly into a new country to explore, I often start in its capital city because they are a great place to begin an adventure. You can typically get to anywhere in a country from the capital. Big cities are a melting pot of culture, history, and FOOD! What's especially interesting about Ariel's work is that he's built up a big following doing primarily Facebook LIVE videos. That's impressive to me. Live video is something I've been dabbling with on my personal profile the past couple months because I'd like to integrate it into Travel is Life in 2019. I'm excited to follow along with Ariel's channel in the coming year and learn from the Live Video Master himself.

Fair warning – his videos are long. Some of his live videos exceed 2 hours. Length comes with the territory of producing live, raw, and uncut videos. Here's an interesting one from Ariel entitled Epic History of Maine Lobster . This video is one from his edited collection so that you can an idea of his style in a short video, but it still has his live vlogging vibe:

#6 Nowhere Men

Nowhere Men

Andrea also introduced me to Alex, Brian & Eric – aka: Nowhere Men – three friends who have been traveling around the world together for the past few years making videos about real people doing inspiring things. Their adventure started with a 3 month drive around the world making a TV show, and then they took their videos to Facebook. Eric left the group to pursue an education in business school but Alex and Brian are still going strong – so stay tuned next year. They've got an exciting channel!

Here's a recent video from NoWhere Men entitled A Day in the Life of a NYC SHOE SHINER!

#7 Tyson Mayr

Tyson Mayr

My friend Diana Godoy introduced me to Tyson Mayr's channel The Naked Traveller and two things caught my eye: 1) The name of his channel – because who hasn't thought about how much easier it'd be to pack for travel if you didn't need clothes! (Okay, he's not really naked…) 2) His appreciation for Ecuador – a country that I've grown to love after having spent 7 months of the past 2 years in Ecuador between other travels. (By the way, you might remember Diana from the video I did on about her and Alex's cafe in Quito Ecuador that has fostered over 100 dogs and cats. Tyson also met Diana through visiting Cafe Mosaico.) Tyson's been backpacking the world since 2009, and although he primarily documents his travels through photos via his Instagram channel, he also regularly puts out travel video content. I also read that he's got a project in the works with Nat Geo so be on the lookout for that.

Here's an example of the types of videos you can find on The Naked Traveller page:

#8 Rick Steves

Rick Steves

Everyone in the travel biz knows Rick Steves right? Host of the tv show Rick Steves' Europe on PBS since 2000 and the radio show Travel with Rick Steves since 2005. Famous travel personality, author, and guide book creator. Did you know that he's also got a Facebook Watch channel? It's everything you'd expect from Rick Steves too – classic travel education. If you've always been a fan of Rick Steves, you'll also want to follow along with his Facebook videos which compliment his bigger work.

Here's an example of the type of videos you can expect from Rick Steves:

#9 Jake Wettern

Jake Wettern

My friend John Williams introduced me to Jake Wettern's channel iamjake – which documents his journey living in his Jeep Wrangler “Jade” with his dog Annie. From the videos I watched, I think Jake does a great job blending a raw vlogging style with edited/produced videos. His videos have got some production flair which adds to the quality, but still offers a freeform style as if you're right there living the adventure with him. I got wrapped up into his stories right away and felt like I was there with him and his friends.

This video of his from Baja Mexico is a great example of what you can expect on his channel:

#10 Christian LeBlanc

Christian LeBlanc

When I first got into making videos last year, my friend Jon Santangelo introduced me to Christian LeBlanc's channel. (You might remember Jon from his article on this site about living and working remotely in Makati Philippines .) On Christian's page Lost LeBlanc, he vlogs about leaving behind the corporate world and writing a new story for his life. The first videos I ever saw of his were from the Philippines – where Jon and I had recently connected. Jon had wanted to show me some of Christian's videos from areas that we had previously visited. Christian's got a nice laid back vibe to his videos and he'll show you some amazingly beautiful places around the world.

Here's one of the first videos I ever watched of his from the Philippines:

Who's your favorite travel vloggers on Facebook?

As you can probably tell, this isn't an official “best travel vlogger” list by any means, and there's no award for making the list. I only titled the post “Top Travel Vloggers On Facebook” so that people could easily find it on Google and discover these video creators. (However if you made it on this list, I will happily send you an official Travel is Life T-shirt if you'd like one. Just e-mail me your current mailing address.) The list is very anecdotal and showcases travel personalities who I've encountered, befriended, or pulled inspiration from this past year, as well as a few names that I was just recently introduced to.

The real reason I put together this list is to ask you…

Who's YOUR favorite travel vlogger on Facebook?

I'd love to continue expanding my horizon, discovering other travel personalities, and learning from video makers who are better than me. Consider this Top 10 List a starting point for discussion. Now I'd love to hear from you. Drop a link in the comments section to your favorite Facebook travel vlogger – or if you are one yourself, I'd love to see your page, so feel free to drop a link to that too. (For the sake of keeping this a safe place for my readers to click on links in the comments, please only leave direct links to pages on Facebook. I'll delete non-Facebook URLs.)

I feel like female travel vloggers aren't represented well enough here! That's my fault and unintentional. It's just the way the cookie crumbled when doing my own research and reaching out to my network for their suggestions. Although a love for travel transcends all genders, I'd especially love to hear who your favorite female travel vloggers are on Facebook so that next year's list can be more evenly balanced.

And while you're here, please be sure to subscribe to my videos on Facebook , or if you'd prefer YouTube , I'm on there too. Thanks for reading and happy travels!

PS: If you're a travel blogger or vlogger looking to grow your online presence and connect with other like minded travel professionals, check out my Travel Blogger Success Kit and consider joining Travel is Life Creators . We'd love to have you!

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Tips on Creating a Top Travel Facebook Page

Categories: Work , Reviews , Travel | by Jimmy Bell

Tips on Creating a Top Travel Facebook Page

Getting the right strategy for your Facebook page means that you are on your way to becoming successful on this social media platform. If your Facebook page focuses on traveling, then you know well that you are in a competitive niche. Whether you already have a travel blog, a travel YouTube channel, or a travel Instagram account, the following techniques will help you grow your Facebook page. But first, you need to buy Facebook post likes that will make your page more visible to more users.

#1 Post Videos Frequently

Other types of Facebook pages can get away with posting photos almost exclusively. Yes, a travel Facebook page should post regularly video content. This is because the users that follow such a page like this particular format. If you have a travel YouTube channel, you are in luck, as you already have video content you can share. In any case, though, make sure that you shoot plenty of footage during your travels. Then, compile travel destinations in lists, or create a video guide for a specific city. Travel videos are also easy to go viral, giving you the extra motivation you need. Of course, a good idea to help your video go viral is to buy FB comment likes as it is very effective.

#2 Get Sponsorship from Local Travel Agencies

In general, a good way to grow a Facebook page is to get a sponsorship from a local brand. Since your page is in the travel niche, you can approach and cooperate with a local travel agency. You can promote the agency on your page, by highlighting their travel deals, and you can promote your page by having them share your content. Moreover, you can become their affiliate, meaning that you are going to get paid in a percentage every time you refer a user to them.

#3 Post a Variety of Content

Video content should take up the majority of your content. However, you shouldn’t focus only on this. Try to mix it up during different times of the day. For example, during working hours upload articles or photographs, as users cannot watch videos. If you a blog, post the articles you have written. Furthermore, you can share content from other similar travel pages. By creating a relationship with them, you can count on them sharing your content in return. Of course, remember to buy Facebook post likes to show them that your page is worth cooperating with.

#4 Invite All Users who Like your Posts

Once your content is posted, you have no way of knowing which user is going to discover it. It’s very common to see likes and shares from users that don’t follow your page. On Facebook, you can see all the users that liked and shared your post. Find these users and invite them to like your page. Not all of them will do it, but you will definitely get some new followers.

These techniques will be beneficial for the development of your travel page. Another method that you should always keep in mind is to buy Facebook post likes. The combination of all those tips will help your content go viral.

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By Rezdy — 25 Aug 2015

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Updated October 2023 – As one of the world’s most popular social media platforms, Facebook holds great potential for your organization to promote its tours and activities.

What is a Facebook Business Page and why should tour operators have one?

A Facebook business page is an efficient method of utilizing social media marketing for tour companies. In the modern world, it is increasingly important for tour operators to have a presence on the social platform, to increase company visibility and community engagement. 

How to create a Facebook Business Page for tour operators

Creating a Facebook page is a simple and cost-effective way to expand the outreach of social media for tour companies. Consider the following elements when setting up a Facebook business page for tour operators.

How to create a Facebook business page for tour operators

When setting up your business account, make sure you have a recognizable profile picture and cover photo. At least one of these should contain the brand logo.

In the About section, include a summary of the product or service your company offers, alongside other relevant information like opening hours, location, and contact information.

Post regular content updates with engaging photos and videos of your company’s events or activities.

Optimizing your Facebook Business Page

Optimization helps your tour and travel Facebook page reach and engage with your business’ audience. Here are some simple steps to make sure your Facebook page is optimized as best as possible.

1. Make sure the details of your business are accurate and up-to-date

2. In Facebook’s categorization templates, select the type of organization you think best befits your business. For a tourism brand, you may wish to select ‘services’ or ‘business’

3. Engage with your community. Have a call to action to conclude your About section. Use hashtags in your content to drive engagement

4. Add as many page tabs as you feel necessary. Tabs you may wish to add include Reviews in order to allow customers to leave feedback, Events to see what your organization is hosting in the future, and Shop to let customers browse your offerings

5. Update and engage with your social media audience regularly. A Facebook page that has sporadic posts suggests a failing business. Likewise, a page that does not respond to its reviews suggests that the brand does not value customer relationships

Promoting your Facebook Business Page

Targeted promotion is an important component of how to sell tours and activities with Facebook. Below are four ways you may consider advertising your Facebook page to maximize growth .

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1. Use your existing network

Add a link to the page in your newsletter, or put up an advertising poster in your shop that displays your Facebook page

2. Utilize other social media channels

Instagram stories your YouTube Shorts are the perfect platform to place a link to your Facebook page, alongside a short explainer video. Your website should also have a ‘follow’ button, or perhaps an embedded Facebook section

3. Advertise your page on Facebook itself

Utilizing Facebook’s native advertising capabilities is a paid yet great strategy for expanding your page’s reach and engagement. It’s an ideal platform to promote exclusive giveaways, special offers, and engage a highly targeted audience. By customizing your ad campaigns, you can reach individuals who are most likely to be interested in your tours and activities. Additionally, use it to boost the visibility of engaging posts, re-engage with users who’ve shown interest, and leverage detailed analytics for data-driven decisions, enhancing your Facebook Business Page’s growth and overall impact on your business.

4. Try offline methods of advertising

Advertise your Facebook page at in-person events your company holds, or network with other businesses to promote your page. You may also incorporate a small advertisement for your page, such as the Facebook logo and your page name, on any merchandise your organization produces

Examples of tour operator Facebook Pages

Below are some of the best examples of tour companies using Facebook effectively. Feel free to use these as inspiration for your own tourism marketing ideas on Facebook.

Facebook Page 1: Oz Whale Watching

Oz Whale Watching is a tour company that provides visitors to New South Wales, Australia with the chance to enjoy scenic cruises while catching a glimpse of a few whales along the way.

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This company’s Facebook page has earned more than 8,400 likes, and for good reason. Oz Whale Watching regularly posts status updates with photos from cruises, many of which were taken that day. They also provide updates on the different species of whales they spot on their tours, and whether they sighted any whale calves.

This allows customers to see exactly what they will be able to enjoy while on one of their unique whale watching tours. Oz Whale Watching also uses their platform to promote special events, such as New Year’s Eve experiences and the Boxing Day Sydney to Hobart race.

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The company has enabled reviews on its Facebook page, and it averages 4.9 stars.

In addition, the page has an app that links to its TripAdvisor reviews as well as a “Book Now” app that allows visitors to instantly access the company’s real-time availability as well as book an upcoming tour.

Facebook Page 2: Go Sea Kayak

Go Sea Kayak is an activity provider in Byron Bay, New South Wales, Australia. Its Facebook profile has an astounding 19,000 likes, and this company knows how to engage its customers.

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One of the most appealing things about this Facebook page is the fact that interesting and compelling photographs are posted on a regular basis. Images of bright, turquoise oceans draw the viewer in and ensure they keep scrolling down the page.

Some of the photos show customers enjoying their kayaking adventure, which keeps current customers and past customers interacting with the page. These kinds of posts also allow customers to share the images they feature in with their Facebook friends, which in turn generates greater company awareness. Social media for tour operators also includes user-generated content, so it’s important to encourage users to share their experiences online.

Other photos show incredible shots of the wildlife in the area, such as dolphins swimming or whales breaching in front of a group of kayakers. They offer a small glimpse into what it would be like to experience their tours. 

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In addition, the company regularly interacts with its customers and responds to many of the posts on their page. Responding to comments also allows you to maintain your company persona, and leave customers with positive memories of their experience.

Facebook Page 3: Dropbear Adventures

Dropbear Adventures offers 3-day eco-adventure tours of Fraser Island in Queensland, Australia.

The Facebook page itself is visually appealing, with a unique profile picture that identifies the brand and a high-resolution cover photo that draws the visitor to the page.

best travel facebook page

It’s no surprise that the company has generated 4,200 likes. Dropbear Adventures uses its Facebook page to post breathtaking photos from its adventures that showcase the natural beauty of Fraser Island.

They also post unique promotions and contests that get their customers involved with their brand on a personal level. This engagement can be particularly necessary for a tour company that organizes tours spanning multiple days. If a customer will be spending a longer amount of time with their tour operator, then chances are they will use social media to determine whether the management is personable.

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In today’s connected world, it’s highly likely that your potential customers will seek out your Facebook profile before making a reservation. To ensure a positive and memorable impression, it’s essential to offer them an interactive space where they can easily find more information and connect with others who have already enjoyed your offerings.

With Rezdy’s booking software, the integration with Facebook is seamless and powerful. It allows tour and activity businesses to display a prominent booking button on their Facebook page, which seamlessly links to their availabilities. This means that your Facebook visitors can not only explore your offerings but also make reservations directly from the platform, all with just a few clicks. This integration streamlines the booking process, making it more convenient and accessible for your audience.

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Lindsay Kolowich Cox

Published: August 18, 2021

With more than 2.8 billion monthly active users, Facebook is a major player in the world of social networking. Businesses looking to market using Facebook have one major tool at their disposal: the Facebook Page.

Marketer looking at Facebook Page examples for their business

Facebook Pages were specifically engineered for businesses. They provide a public home on Facebook for your brand, allow you to publish content, and let you see comments and feedback from fans and customers.

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Facebook Pages are a simple tool, but they offer countless interesting business opportunities. There are some companies out there who really take advantage of the cool stuff you can do on a Facebook business Page to connect, engage with, and delight fans, as well as drive traffic to specific parts of their website.

So, we combed through the web to find the top pages to inspire your Facebook marketing strategy. But first, we answer the quintessential question: What makes a good Facebook page?

What makes a good Facebook Page?

A good Facebook business Page accurately represents your brand, focuses on the customer, and answers for potential followers’ needs. The page should also entice potential followers to engage more meaningfully with your brand — whether by visiting your website, signing up for a free event, or joining your company’s Facebook Group .

In your Facebook page, you should have:

  • A name that reflects your business in a professional and succinct way.
  • An accurate page category that immediately tells users what you do.
  • A description that establishes the benefits of following your Page.
  • A profile picture that represents your brand and its colors.
  • An engaging and descriptive cover photo that speaks to your customer’s core desire or pain point.
  • A constant and steady stream of recently published posts that have links to other company assets and properties.

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Check out our free Facebook marketing course to nail down the basics; then, check out the Pages below for inspiration.

Best Facebook Pages

1. l.l. bean.

Facebook Page cover from L.L Bean's FB Page

Page Likes: 1.17M

L.L Bean is an outdoor equipment store whose Facebook Page effectively focuses on the customer and engages visitors beyond inviting them to like the posts. The content it posts is highly relevant for its target audience: cool photos, videos, and tips for outdoor adventures, each with a link and a hashtag. The Page also includes tabs dedicated to events, open job opportunities, and stores.

The description is especially notable, telling users the value they’d receive if they follow the Page:

“Welcome to the official Facebook page for L.L.Bean! Follow along for inspiring outdoor stories and photos, expert tips and advice, and a community devoted to helping make the most of every moment outside. #BeanOutsider”

2. Intrepid Travel

Page likes: 601k.

Travel agency Intrepid Travel has put together a great Facebook Page — complete with a special tab that shows trip and tour reviews, and one that lets users search and save trips without having to leave the Page. For instance, if you’ve been dreaming of a family holiday in Scotland , you can save it and come back to it later. This ensures users return to Intrepid Travel and its offerings every time they visit Facebook.

The brand also consistently posts compelling videos and testimonies that'll have you itching to pack a bag and hit the road.

Page Likes: 3.8M

Shopify is an ecommerce website platform whose Facebook Page features engaging multimedia. While the photos section consists of branded infographics that share data from the industry, the video section is full of how-to clips you'd normally see in article form.

The company's case study series, "My First Sale," is what really helps the Page shine. Check out just one of Shopify's case studies from its Facebook Page below.

4. Salone Monet  

Page likes: 1.2k.

Salone Monet is a footwear brand that has tons of great images on its Page. Most notably, the cover photo features the types of shoes it sells, and even more, the image reflects the founder’s mission: To create “color-inclusive nude shoes to match you & all your favorite outfits.” It also includes a "Shop" tab where you can begin browsing the brand’s shoes.

All in all, Salone Monet does a great job of creating a fantastic brand experience that doesn't require the user to leave Facebook. Plus, the Page has a widget above the "About" section that prompts visitors to ask them a question, increasing engagement right from the moment a visitor lands on the Page.

Page Likes: 2.9M

For a traditionally print magazine, Essence is almost all video now. But combined with its mesmerizing images and pop-culture-friendly articles, this publisher has turned its Facebook Page into the ultimate hub for hot takes on the latest entertainment industry news.

It doesn't even matter what medium you consume Essence in now — it's all just solid content to have on your news feed. And for as prolific and diverse as the publication is, its Facebook Business Page balances all of it quite nicely.

The company also broadcasts from Facebook Live every month. Check out its live video library below.

Facebook Page live video library from Essence's FB Page

6. Dang Foods

Page likes: 22.8k.

The folks at Dang Foods have the unique challenge of having to find an infinite number of ways to feature a small collection of products so its social media content stays fresh and interesting. The key to its success? A wide variety of interesting visual content.

Much of its video and photographic content is centered around the ways its snacks are different from others in the industry. The products are Asian-inspired, and the brand is Asian-owned.

For instance, in the following post, it announces it’s one of the Asian-owned brands featured in a subscription snack box:

Facebook post from Dang Foods' FB Page

The one thing that its Facebook page is missing is more customer-centric content — but by centering its posts on company news, it can establish itself as a buzz-worthy newcomer to the industry.

7. Zappos.com

Page likes: 2.4m.

Zappos.com is known for great customer service, and it keeps that reputation going on its Facebook Page. For example, it has a badge in the "About" section that says it’s “Very responsive” to customer messages. That's a great honor — especially considering the fact that it has nearly 2.4 million followers. That’s a lot of people the company could potentially need to respond to.

The Page also has a small section dedicated to visitor posts, which features customer testimonials about Zappos' great customer service on and off Facebook. Not to mention, the brand is committed to responding to comments — and it isn’t afraid to have fun with the responses:

Facebook Page post from Zappos' FB Page

Customer service aside, Zappos has also fully taken advantage of Facebook's call-to-action button feature by placing a "Shop Now" button at the top of its Facebook Page.

8. McBride Sisters

Page likes: 32.6k.

McBride Sisters is a wine and spirits brand that immediately greets users with its Black Girl Magic line of wines in the cover photo. In doing so, it immediately appeals to its customers and exhibits its commitment to representing excluded voices in the industry.

While it mostly shares company news as opposed to customer-centric tips, it strikes the right balance by only sharing what its customer base cares about. For instance, in the following post, the company shares an upcoming event. If you’re a fan of Patti LaBelle and a lover of wine, you’d be compelled to attend — even if you don’t yet plan to buy a bottle of wine from McBride Sisters.

Facebook Page post from McBride Sisters' FB Page

9. JetRockets

Facebook Page cover from JetRockets' FB Page

Page Likes: 119

First things first: JetRockets, a small web development agency, has an illustrated cover photo that is so fun to look at. As a result, the company gives visitors an early glimpse into its versatility and attention to detail.

As you can see from the image above, the company also features a call-to-action (CTA) button below the cover photo that tells users to "Call Now.” Right away, the button invites visitors to engage with the brand. With how quickly you must act to get customers' business, this is a valuable feature of JetRocket’s business Page.

While the Facebook Page's photo section is rich with employee photos showing off the company's culture, its feed is filled with a mixture of company news and testimonies that prove the effectiveness of its services and offerings.

10. Glamnetic

Page likes: 67k.

Glamnetic rocks Facebook. Its Page prioritizes the things it knows users care about most when visiting Facebook: tutorials, live streams, discounts, and giveaways. At every turn, it gives users the chance to get Glamnetic products for free.

Not only that, it’s constantly putting out relatable and compelling visual content that gets high levels of engagement from its fans. For example, it partners with a wide collection of influencers who represent its customer base, and it also presents its new products in time for the upcoming season.

Facebook videos from Glamnetic's FB Page

Page Likes: 7.5M

BET, a news and entertainment company, leans on social media sites like Facebook to share its newest articles.

It does a great job of keeping its Facebook content fresh and up-to-date, which is especially important for a broadcasting company. Not to mention, each article it posts gains a ton of traffic as a result of its Facebook marketing strategy.

The folks that run the Facebook Page always find clever ways to keep the BET family connected and engaged using hashtags like #BETBuzz:

Facebook post from BET's FB Page

12. Helen Keller International

Page likes: 17k.

Helen Keller International is a charity organization that’s committed to decreasing poverty and preventing vision loss. It does a fantastic job engaging its volunteer and donor bases on Facebook. It right away invites donations by including a “Donate” button right underneath its cover photo, and its posts and photos feature the personal stories of patients who were helped thanks to the generosity of people like its Facebook Fans.

Its Page also offers tabs that allow you to create a fundraiser, browse careers, look at photos, and more.

13. Starbucks

Page likes: 36.5m.

Starbucks was an early social media adopter, and it comes through in the polish and features of its Facebook Page. The "International" tab leads you to its local Facebook Pages, so non-English-speaking fans can easily navigate to their country's Starbucks Page.

Beyond that, Starbucks uses its Page to showcase rich visual content, run contests for seasonal products, highlight job openings, and interact with followers. It takes a fairly minimalist approach and uses short captions, like it does in the post below:

Facebook post from Starbucks' FB Page

Page Likes: 3.2K Likes

Hint is a Mexico-based marketing agency with a simple but effective Facebook business Page. Part of this impression comes from the company's consistent and on-brand posts. It immediately invites users to message the brand via WhatsApp, one of the biggest messaging platforms in Latin America.

One of this Page's premiere features, shown below, is its "Services" section, offering branded tiles that briefly describe Hint’s lines of business. From the unique and location-specific call-to-action to the warm color scheme, this business Page effectively engages users.

Facebook Page services from Hint Agency's FB Page

Page Likes: 1.3M

Adobe is a computer software company that could post all about software and technology all the time ... but it does a great job of catering its content to Facebook users, who tend to log on to socialize, read or watch fun content, or read the news. 

Its posts strike the right balance between conversational and authoritative. For instance, in one of its posts, it uses fun emojis while inviting users to celebrate World Emoji Day with an interdisciplinary artist:

Facebook post from Adobe's FB Page

Page Likes: 1.6M

Your customers can be your best sources for market research. The Canva Facebook Page places its Review tab at the forefront, whereas most Pages place the “About” or “Photos” tabs in the same spot. Customers have the option to post their unfiltered thoughts, recommend Canva, and share their opinion on their own Facebook Pages.

It also has a running series called “Design Stories,” where it shares touching anecdotes. 

17. EasyLunchboxes

Page likes: 272k.

With all that space in the cover photo, why not pair colorful visuals with a strong value statement? That's exactly what EasyLunchboxes does. It puts it all out there as soon as a user lands on its Facebook Page.

In addition to posting fun pictures, videos, and tips like "lunch box hacks," the Page also includes tabs that let users ask questions, sign up for the newsletter, follow the brand’s blog, and even get recipe and meal ideas. Overall, the Page is on-brand and clearly displays the utility of the product.

Facebook post from EasyLunchboxes' FB Page

18. Pure Barre

Page likes: 334k.

For a company that's been around for over 20 years, Pure Barre has shown that it can keep up with the times on its Facebook Page. Its posts include a mixture of testimonies, challenges, and reposts from current Pure Barre customers. Overall, it keeps engagement high by posting lots of content, much of which features members' inspirational fitness journeys.

It also has a handy “Store” locator app within the page so that prospective members can easily see whether there's a location nearby. To ensure that users engage as quickly a possible with the brand, it includes a “Sign Up” button right below the cover photo.

Pure Barre also knows its target customer base quite well. For many, seeing people’s progress is key to making a fitness investment, so the Page includes reviews right next to the Home tab.

19. Stella & Dot

Facebook Page cover from Stella and Dot's FB Page

Page Likes: 530K

As a company based on creating flexible entrepreneurial opportunities for women, Stella & Dot relies on platforms like Facebook to help grow its business via word-of-mouth marketing. It’s a great example of an organization that's successfully built a community on Facebook.

Stella & Dot uses its Page to share styling tips with its social community, show how its pieces are designed and made, and post videos on how to wear its jewelry. All of its visual content is vibrantly colored and beautifully shot.

Facebook post from Stella and Dot's FB Page

It has also taken advantage of Facebook Live by posting live videos of trunk shows, which can help prospective trunk show hosts learn how to do one — or just bring entertainment to anyone watching.

( Read this article for more awesome Facebook Live use cases .)

20. Mabel's Labels

Facebook Page cover from Mabel's Labels' FB Page

Page Likes: 215K

Like Zappos, Mabel's Labels — creators of high-quality labels for the stuff kids lose — has also taken advantage of Facebook's call-to-action (CTA) button feature with its "Shop Now" CTA, linking to its homepage.

In terms of content, it has mastered the art of posting the perfect balance of engaging videos, photos, and GIFs that align with the interests of its target audience: Moms who want their children to have a stress-free and positive childhood. For example, check out this photo it posted about the inclusivity of its products:

Facebook post from Mabel's Labels FB Page

Mabel's Labels has also taken advantage of Facebook Live and posted tons of videos that would be of interest to its audience. 

Page Likes: 12M

UNICEF's Facebook Page is all about teaching Facebook users about its mission and giving them opportunities to get involved. For instance, they can click on the "Learn More" call-to-action button to visit the official website, or they can navigate to the "Guides" tab to browse through the organization’s guides on humanitarian values.

UNICEF also lets you create a Fundraiser straight from the Facebook page. The organization is known for creating powerful content to spread awareness and positive messages about current events. During the pandemic, for example, it created a video series to help individuals navigate hardship.

22. Black Lives Matter

Facebook Page cover from BLM's FB Page

Page Likes: 744K

Black Lives Matter is an organization whose Facebook Page is founded on uplifting historically excluded voices. In the same way, you can create a Page that highlights external experts on industry topics.

The organization’s posts include a mixture of Black history, organizational news, and political activism. Its video tab includes videos that bring attention to American issues, such as voting and abolition. In doing so, it effectively appeals to its followers and target audience.

23. Innclusive

Facebook Page cover from Innclusive's FB Page

Page Likes: 17.5K

Innclusive, an Airbnb competitor, uses its Facebook page to bring awareness to an issue by including an attention-grabbing statistic in its description. “A few months ago,” the Page’s description says, “a study conducted by Harvard University found that Airbnb hosts are 16% less likely to book users with ‘distinctively African-American names.’” In doing so, the Page immediately shows why the company’s services are needed.

It also invites users to book with them using a simple but effective line: “Come stay with us!” Another successful aspect of this page is its CTA button under the cover photo inviting visitors to sign up on the Innclusive website.

24. Rebundle

Facebook Page cover from Rebundle's FB Page

Page Likes: 363

Rebundle is a plant-based hair extension company that effectively conveys its ecologically centered products in its cover image and profile picture. It also invites users to engage immediately by including a “View Shop” button, which takes you to a page with pictures of its products in use.

In its posts, the Page shares company news, videos from other users, and photos of its customers successfully using the hair extensions.

25. Rhymes with Reason

Facebook Page cover from Rhymes with Reason's FB Page

Page Likes: 860

Rhymes with Reason is an education-technology startup that uses hip-hop music to teach vocabulary to students. It effectively uses its Facebook Page to spotlight stories from current and upcoming customers, share the Word of the Week, and highlight the artists it features on the platform.

Rhymes with Reason’s Page is an excellent example of striking the right balance between serving your target customers and sharing company news. In all of its posts, it uses its brand colors and aesthetic; that way, visitors can expect a consistent experience every time the brand publishes a post.

In its Community section, the brand allows anyone and everyone to tag them in posts, encouraging conversation and engagement.

Best Facebook Page Names

Your Facebook Page name would ideally be your business name — no frills and no keywords cluttering up the name. It should also be highly unique. Keep it simple like in the examples below:

These names work well because they directly reflect the brand and are simple to remember.

If you need name ideas for your business, check out more business name ideas to inspire you .

Let These Winning Facebook Pages Inspire You

Use these awesome Page examples as inspiration to finally create a Facebook Page for your business or as motivation to improve your existing Page. You don't have to do everything. Instead, focus on the core needs of your fans and customers, keep your messaging and imagery consistent, and watch your Facebook Page grow exponentially.

Editor's note: This post was originally published in March 2013 and has been updated for comprehensiveness.

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150+ Very Best Travel Hashtags for Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest

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I love sharing my travel photos. Unfortunately, I feel like if I am sharing them without a proper hashtag, they aren’t quite as “cool” or “seen” as the photos other travel bloggers and photographers are posting with a hashtag. Hashtags have become very popular, and gone are the days when we knew that cute little symbol as a “pound sign” on the calculator. In this post, we’ll talk about what a hashtag is, why you want to use one, and then I’ll give you a whole list of travel hashtags. You’ve come to the right place for Facebook and Instagram Travel Hashtags!

Unraveling the mystery of the hashtag has been fun for this old grandma. I may be hip, but I’m still learning! Isn’t that part of the fun in this life? Learning new things and sharing them with others? Good news! I did the work of learning so I can share the info with you. You get to read up on the research I did for you! Let’s get into it!

What is a Hashtag Anyway?

A hashtag is that fun little crosshatch symbol that you see all over social media channels these days. Back in my day (I love saying that), a hashtag was known as a pound sign and we used it primarily to indicate weights in measurements when typing. Now, thanks to modern-day social media, including Instagram and Facebook, we call this little symbol a hashtag and it has a whole new use.

Instagram is the most popular place to use a hashtag. A post shared with a hashtag will look like this: #hashtagpost. The symbol # is followed by the words that relate to whatever it is you’re posting. If you’re posting images of travel photography, you should use hashtags with words connected to your travels and what you’re showing in your photo.

Tips for Why You Want to Use a Hashtag?

Personal use.

There are two simple answers to this. First, you can use hashtags to organize your posts and travel photos for organizational purposes. Hashtags are easily searchable on social media, especially on your Instagram account, so it’s easy to find your images back after posting them if you’ve hashtagged them. For example, if you put a common hashtag on all of your photos of your trip to Chicago with the girls, then, later on, you will easily be able to go back and search for those photos with that hashtag. If your friends all use the same hashtag, you will easily be able to find what they’ve posted as well. Choose a unique and specific hashtag, such as #smithgirlsdoChicago2022, so your images will all match in a unique and fun way.

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Professional Use?

The other reason you may want to use a hashtag is to showcase what you’re posting outside of your group of friends and family. If you are considering moving into the realm of social media influencer or blogger, then your goal on social media is likely to gain followers. Hashtags are perfect for this. Why? Because people can search and follow common hashtags. Even if you aren’t looking to make money out of your posts, it can be a whole lot of fun to see one of your posts gain likes and follows. A popular hashtag, like #puremichigan, will have many followers and would be perfect to use while showcasing photos of the beauty you see when traveling through Michigan. Others who have traveled through Michigan have used this same hashtag.

What Hashtags Should I Use?

Now that we have a basic understanding of what a hashtag is and why we want to use them, let’s talk specifically about travel hashtags and get on to the list of hashtags for you to use!

How Many Hashtags Should I Use?

It is entirely up to you how many hashtags you choose to use. Generally speaking, most social media channels allow a max of thirty hashtags per post. Somewhere between nine and eleven seems to be the magic number to gain the most followers if that is your goal. Each person chooses to use their hashtags for different reasons.

Popular Travel Hashtags for 2022

As of January 2022, here are the top popular Instagram hashtags for travel:

#travel #travelgram #luxurytravel #holiday #traveladvisor #beautifuldestinations #travelagent #wonderfulplaces #emeraldexperience #emeraldvalue #wanderlust #travelgoals #emeraldcruises #cruise #responsibletravel #tourguide #travelplanning #traveltheworld #tourleader #travelconsultant #traveler #travelplanner #rivercruise #adventuretravel #cruiselove #smallshipcruising #instatravel #sustainabletravel #tour #bhfyp

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Airplane wing with travel hashtags #MuchNeededVacay, #AdventureAwaits, and #OnOurWay

And here are the Instagram travel hashtag runners-up!

#couples #wildlife #privatedepartures #cruiselife #datesoftraveltosuityou #travelexpert #sightdoing #adventuretour #lovebiz #eventtravel #guidedtours #bookwithatravelagent #privatecar #wildlifephotography #mayflowercruisesandtours #inspiration #sightseeing #planyourholiday #lynnepagetravelpa #caribbean #egypt #luxurycruise #africa #southafrica #safari #botswana #italy #travellater #vitaminsea #dreamnow

If you want to get creative and are less concerned with what’s most popular, check out some of these options:

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For Amazing Vacations

One of the best parts of a great vacation in this modern world is sharing your photos as you travel and enjoy the sights! Your friends and family can join in with you on your trip and see where you are each day. We’re never really disconnected in today’s world, are we? But even if you don’t communicate while on your trip, you may want to share photos after your trip. As we talked about above, a unique hashtag will point you and others to all of your common posts. Lucky for you, I have this great list of vacation-oriented travel hashtags! Feel free to mix and match your hashtags and even use these as a basis for creating your own.

#SunsOut #SunsOutBunsOut #Staycation #TravelDiaries #TravelTheWorld #ThrillingView #NeverComingBack #[AnyDestination], i.e. #Malibu or #SwissAlps #NatureLovers #DiscoverRelaxation #Recharging

A woman with a hat and hashtags #travelinggrandma, #LoveThisPlace, and #sunshineonmyshoulders

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Amazing Scenery Photos

If you’re a photographer, and who isn’t these days with the high-quality cameras built right into our phones, you may want to begin using hashtags for your images. Enjoy these popular hashtags used among travelers and photographers in the industry. A great bonus here is that you might get you noticed by someone you admire in the field. It’s a bit of a longshot, but it can’t hurt!

#Photooftheday #MountainViewsAreTheBestViews #Nature #Beautiful #Photographer #EpicScene #NoFilterNeeded #IPulledOverForThis #EpicSunrise #EpicSunset #DestinationAmazing #BeautifulDestination #WonderfulPlaces

Traveling Lifestyle

Are you always on the road or do you make it a point to explore your local sights? Then use some of these common travel photography hashtags for you to use when showcasing your active, traveling lifestyle.

#WanderlustWednesday #TravelTuesday #AlongTheRoad #GirlBornToTravel #TravelingMama #TravelingGrandma #travellifestyle #TravelAddict #TravelPhoto #TravelLife #TravelDiaries #TravelPics #TravelAwesome #Wanderlust #TravelHolic #TravelBug #TravelingDog #TravelingCat #Wanderer #ItsAllAboutTheJourney #TheRoadIsCalling #AndIMustGo

Travel Hashtag Mountain Scene with #Themountainsarecalling

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Road Trips and Adventure Hashtags

Everyone loves a good road trip! At least, this roaming grandma does! Here are some fun hashtags travelers love to use for that perfect road trip!

#RoadTrippin #WindowsDownMusicUp #IPulledOverForThisView #GPSForTheWin #Cruisin #BurningRubber #LifeInTheRearviewMirror #HitTheRoadJack #ShutUpAndDrive #TravelBug #MilesOfSmiles #SmilingThroughTheMiles #TakeTheScenicRoute #HeySiri #TheRoadIsCalling #PassTheAuxCord #TopDownHandsUp #RVThereYet #AdventureCalled #IAmNotLost #RevUpTheEngine #Recalculating

2 people in the back of an SUV on a roadside with #NeverComingBack

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Funny Travel Hashtags

Some people use hashtags to include a mini message with their posts. A funny travel hashtag is just the thing to put a smile on your reader’s face. Use one of these for your next tongue-in-cheek post.

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#AirplaneFood #KicksOnAPlane #AirportCarpet #TheySeeMeRolling #SuitcasePillow #NeverComingHome #OhThePlacesYoullGo #RoadSnacks #SeeYouNever

If you love to travel, check out this fun adventure !

For the Professional Traveler

If your profession allows you lots of travel opportunities, or if you are a travel blogger or photographer, check out any of these great choices for your Instagram posts. Travel photographers and bloggers use these hashtags for marketing and to gain followers.

#TravelLife #LiveIntrepid #LaptopLifestyle #NomadicLife #TravelBlog #TravelBloggers #TravelBlogging #BloggersOfInstagram #DigitalNomad #BloggerLife #ThatTravelBlog #Travelpreneur #WorkAbroad #NomadicLife #BloggersLife #BlogLife

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Travel Hashtag image with laptop in front a view with #LaptopLifestyle, #FemPreneuer, and #MyWorkView

Wrapping It Up

Whether you travel for fun or work, and whether you post on social media for fun or work, you can benefit from a hashtag on your posts. After all, the sky is the limit when it comes to creating your hashtags. If you need a hashtag for something other than travel, you can use a site like THIS to give you ideas for just about any subject. These 150+ examples are just the beginning of the many, many, many options you can use when labeling your travel photos. Have fun! And if you have a favorite hashtag, please share it with me in my Facebook Group HERE or the comments below!

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Try this travel inspiration app for your next roadtrip

By Roadtrippers

Travel inspiration is the fuel that drives epic journeys. But how do you get inspired on where to go? 

There’s an app for that 🙂 Actually, there are several apps for that. The question is, how do you pick the best app for travel inspiration? After all, you don’t want FOMO on your trip — you want to know that your app of choice shows you all the things . Let’s dig into the pieces that make for the most inspiring app out there. 

As you might imagine…

Roadtrippers is a travel inspiration app. And yes, we think it’s pretty rad. But we’ll still talk about features of other apps and why we think the things we offer in-app are best for travel inspiration. Here it goes:

Travel inspiration apps need lots of locations

A travel app is only as good as the world it draws from. If you’re looking to get inspired for a trip to a particular region, it stands to reason that your chosen app should sift through many locations to help you find inspiration. Roadtrippers has more hotels, restaurants, popular attractions, museums, and quirky stops to choose from than most anyone else. We’re talking over 5 million locations featuring reviews from real humans, the ability to book things right in the app, and route planning that inspires new discoveries. 

No matter which app you choose — be sure it’s one that can inspire you with many options.

Wood boat in the water

Stories inspire inspiration

How often have you been inspired to take a trip based on a friend’s experience? Our guess is quite often. Stories from others paint pictures of places in ways that make us want to go. That’s why you should look for a travel inspiration tool incorporating real-life journeys. The Roadtrippers Magazine is woven into our app for this reason. Whether you want to take a UFO-inspired road trip , follow in Guy Fieri’s footsteps , or go on other outlandish adventures, our quirky content guides and inspires. 

A few other apps do this too, but we don’t think you’ll beat us when it comes to storytelling over the road. 

Travel inspiration should be guided by real-life trips

Your trip should be fueled by real-life journeys taken by real humans. Autopilot is our trip-planning tool that’ll create a customized itinerary based on over 38 million trips that really happened. 

Simply answer a few questions, and it’ll create travel inspiration for you that’s easy to modify. 

Many apps can create a trip itinerary based on the quickest route, some cool stops, and other things. But we’re one of the few (and maybe even the only) that incorporates this deep human element. 

Camping, glamping, or hoteling 

What good is travel inspiration if the app you’re using only recommends hotels when you travel by RV ?

The best apps will ask how you travel to make the right recommendations. Roadtrippers does this, and you can even reserve certain spots within the app. 

Travel inspiration for RVers

The best travel inspiration apps ask for dates

How unfun it is when an app offers travel inspiration you love, only to discover that the attraction is closed or the event isn’t happening when you roll through.

That’s why the best travel inspiration apps let you input your trip dates and then dish up the inspiration accordingly.

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Trip planning is better when it’s a team effort. Roadtrippers is the only travel inspiration tool that lets you add collaborators to your trip and manage it with friends and family.  

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Travel inspiration looks different for RVers than it does for other travelers. You need RV-specific routes, camping spots along the way, free overnight RV parking, and more. 

The Roadtrippers app plots RV travel that matches reality . We’re one of the few apps out there that cooks up the routes, campgrounds, and stops to fit the unique needs of a home on wheels. 

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Many people work remotely over the road. It’s a bummer to discover an epic destination only to realize you won’t have the cell coverage needed to get your work done.

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Why not inspire some travel savings along the way? The best apps will show you ways to save dough on the trips they recommend. That’s why Roadtrippers actively works out exclusive discounts on gear, campgrounds, fuel, dump fees, and more.

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13 Best WordPress Themes for Travel Blogs in 2024

To travel is to live your life to the fullest. Blogging your adventures in new places is one of the best ways to immortalize those precious moments of your life. With that, choosing the best WordPress travel blog theme is a must for your website.

Currently, millennials are the generation who spend heavily on travel and leisure. According to statistics, 66% of millennial travelers book their trip using their phone, with 74% of them using it to research for their trips.

Aside from your travel blog being a digital diary of your trips, imagine the same website earning money for you. Yes, with significant web traffic, this is highly possible. Earning money while doing what you love, you’re living the dream!

From running ads to sponsored posts, there are many ways to monetize your travel blog. But before that, you need to create a stunning website first. WordPress travel blog themes are here to help you with that.

In this guide, we’ll highlight the top WordPress trip themes that you can choose from. They make building your site easy and give you all the tools you need to succeed. With their amazing features and smooth performance, they’re the perfect choice for turning your travel dreams into reality.

Our Picks for The Best WordPress Travel Blog Themes

soledad wordpress travel blog theme

Soledad is a top-selling WordPress theme for blogs and magazines with packed features perfect for travel bloggers. 

This theme has the Penci Live Blog plugin, which updates your travel articles in real-time and lets you highlight live posts. This keeps your readers up-to-date on the latest happenings in the travel world.

Soledad is also compatible with the text-to-speech plugin. Your readers can opt to listen to your articles instead of reading them.

Moreover, its Penci AI smart content creator makes creating content easy by generating creative articles based on your keywords. It can even suggest catchy new titles if you’re looking for ideas.

Plus, Soledad goes the extra mile with AI-generated images right from your WordPress dashboard. These eye-catching visuals help bring your travel stories to life.

Benefits of Soledad

  • Over a thousand sliders and blog magazine layouts to choose from
  • Exclusive Penci podcast system for creating audio podcasting websites
  • Capability to create paywall and membership tiers with the Penci plugin
  • Stable and smooth performance, ideal for high-traffic sites
  • Access to over 220 pre-built websites for quick and easy setup

Drawback of Soledad

  • There is a six-month limit on premium support

bloggee wordpress travel blog theme

Divi is one of the top WordPress themes in the market, boasting over a million active websites utilizing its features. Its popularity continues to soar due to its great designs and versatile layouts.

This page builder offers many child themes that further enhance your site. It can also provide users with fresh and tailored sites, optimized for their specific niches and preferences.

Take the Bloggee Divi child theme, for example. It’s a modern and classy choice that works well for different types of websites, like travel blogs, online stores, or personal blogs.

Notably, this travel blog website template is fully responsive across all devices and is compatible with different web browsers. Its retina screens further enhance its accessibility and performance.

Speed is another awesome feature of the Bloggee Divi child theme. It’s built with smart code that makes your website load quickly and runs smoothly.

Benefits of Divi

  • Ready-to-use pre-built pages for quick website setup
  • One-click demo import for instant project initiation
  • Free premium support available for 12 months
  • Access to updated online help documents with detailed tutorials
  • Perfectly optimized code for improved website speed and performance

Drawback of Divi

  • Additional plugins are required to use advanced features

oceanwp wordpress travel blog theme

OceanWP is a versatile WordPress theme that’s free to use. It’s like a chameleon, able to adapt to any type of website you want to create. For example, its travel blog template highlights your blog adventures and makes it easier for people to find you.

One of the best things about this theme is its flexibility. You can easily customize every aspect of your website, from the layout to the colors to the fonts. Plus, it comes with built-in tools for creating different types of content for your travel blog.

This theme is also fully translated and RTL-ready, so your website will look great no matter what language your visitors speak. And with social sharing options built right into your blog posts, it’s easy for your readers to spread the word about your travel adventures.

Accessibility is another important feature of OceanWP. The developers are committed to making sure that everyone can use their themes, regardless of any disabilities or limitations. They regularly update the code to meet the latest accessibility standards.

And let’s not forget about SEO. OceanWP is designed with search engine optimization in mind, so your travel blog will always rank well in search results. It also comes with basic Schema markup which helps search engines understand your content better.

Benefits of OceanWP

  • Full user control over features and options
  • Custom codes library for advanced users available
  • Integration with Adobe Fonts for stylish typography
  • Ready-to-use desktop and mobile header styles
  • Support for custom templates to give your travel blog a unique look

Drawbacks of OceanWP

  • The free version has far too many advertisements
  • Plugins are necessary for installations

astra wordpress travel blog theme

If you’re looking to captivate your audience from the moment they land on your travel blog, Astra is your best pick. With its attractive blog website templates, it delivers everything you need to create a stunning and engaging website in one convenient package.

Its vast library of pre-built sites, numbering over 250, is available with just a single click. Despite its extensive features, Astra is incredibly lightweight and requires less than 50KB of resources compared to other WordPress themes that demand much more.

One key feature of Astra is its ability to fetch Google Fonts and store them locally on your server. This results in faster font loading times and improvement of your website’s Core Web Vitals score, which is essential for ranking well in search engines.

With Astra, you have full control over the structure of your blog posts. You can customize how individual posts are displayed on your blog page, including the arrangement of feature images, titles, and meta text. 

Lastly, this theme also simplifies the process of displaying related posts on your single posts. This feature enhances user engagement and encourages visitors to explore more of your travel blog’s content.

Benefits of Astra

  • Compatible with popular page builders, allowing for easy customization
  • Offers over 180 sample sites in its gallery for inspiration and quick setup
  • Provides ample choices for personalization to suit your travel blog’s unique style
  • Reasonably priced and offers excellent value for the features provided
  • Regularly updated with new features and fixes to ensure optimal performance and security

Drawbacks of Astra

  • Customer support is a little slow
  • Beginners might initially feel lost due to its steep learning curve

the gem wordpress travel blog theme

TheGem is a powerhouse WordPress theme tailored to meet a diverse range of needs, including those of travel bloggers. It has over 400 templates at your disposal, including a WordPress travel blog theme.

Its mobile and retina display compatibility makes sure that your travel photos look sharp and vibrant on any device or screen size. With more than 250 customizable styles available, you can easily personalize your travel site to suit your branding.

This theme’s integration with the WooCommerce plugin also allows you to create an online store for your travel blog. This way, you can monetize your content and sell travel-related products at the same time.

In addition, this theme offers full integration with premium sliders like Slider Revolution and Layer Slider to help your images stand out.

Lastly, with WPML packs included, you can easily translate your travel blog into any language, including right-to-left languages, to connect with readers worldwide.

Benefits of TheGem

  • One-click demo import for quick setup
  • Supports both multi-page and one-page website approaches
  • Built-in mega menu options in two stylish styles
  • Supports video backgrounds with YouTube and parallax sections
  • Detailed online documentation with video tutorials for easy setup and customization

Drawback of TheGem

  • Needs work on their customer support

cheerup wordpress travel blog theme

CheerUp is a WordPress travel blog theme boasting a luxurious design that will make your website stand out. It has hundreds of customization options, you can effortlessly control how your site looks on different devices.

The theme offers 14 unique designs that you can mix and match with just a single click. You have endless possibilities to create a travel blog that reflects your style and personality, with over a thousand variations to choose from.

Moreover, this theme is fully GDPR compliant, meaning it adheres to strict privacy regulations. It comes with exclusive features and built-in support for WordPress privacy settings, including consent support and GDPR-compatible social media icons, giving you peace of mind when it comes to data protection.

CheerUp also has smart loading of images, which only loads when visitors scroll through them. This not only enhances user experience by speeding up webpage load times but also helps conserve bandwidth.

Benefits of CheerUp

  • Beautiful post styles to personalize your articles on your WordPress travel blog theme
  • A variety of header styles to choose from to make your site unique
  • Clean and elegant sliders to showcase your travel photos and content
  • A neat display of social media share icons on articles encourages readers to share your posts
  • Drag-and-drop page builder for easy customization and adding elements to your site

Drawback of CheerUp

  • May encounter some minor bugs when using the theme


As a multi-concept modular theme, Gillion is designed for different website needs. It has over 15 fully functional website demos that you can customize. With its one-click demo installation feature, you can have your travel blog up and running in no time.

Among the available templates, the Personal Demo is well-suited for a comprehensive travel blog. This prioritizes content while offering powerful features like homepage sliders, author picks, latest post widgets, and expandable menus via the Theme Options panel.

One standout feature of Gillion is its Bookmarking system. It allows users to create a personalized read-later list from their favorite content on your website.

Another notable feature is the Review Module, which enables you to create detailed reviews complete with overall scores, pros and cons lists, and customizable rating systems.

Gillion also includes a Post Read Time feature, displaying a clock icon that indicates the estimated time it takes to read each article. This simple yet clever addition enhances user experience and helps visitors manage their time effectively.

Benefits of Gillion

  • Careful coding and optimization for improved search engine visibility
  • Seamless integration with the MailChimp plugin for efficient email marketing
  • Easy-to-use page builders like Elementor and WPBakery for hassle-free customization
  • Social share functionality to encourage content sharing and engagement
  • Premium support to assist you every step of the way with your travel blog template

Drawback of Gillion

  • Can have a steep learning curve for beginners


A versatile WordPress theme designed for blogs and magazines, MagPlus provides you with the tools needed to write and edit articles effortlessly. 

With its Travel Pro template, you can share your travel experiences with other adventure-seekers in a captivating way. The modern design and cutting-edge features will hook your audience and immerse them in your adventures.

Furthermore, this theme’s fast Mega Menu solution easily activates through the WordPress native menu screen. You can enhance your menu with Font Awesome icons, adding style and functionality to your navigation.

MagPlus also offers comprehensive guides and videos to help you make the most of this magazine WordPress theme. And if you ever need assistance, their dedicated support team is available to provide help whenever you need it.

In addition, this theme offers beautiful blog layouts, together with different post formats such as sliders, images, galleries, quotes, and videos. This allows you to showcase your travel content in different styles, keeping your audience engaged and entertained. 

Benefits of MagPlus

  • Fully translation-ready and WPML compatible for reaching a global audience
  • Has WordPress Customizer for live-previewing any changes to your website
  • Built-in review system for gathering feedback on review-type articles
  • Over 500 Google fonts to choose from for customizing your site’s typography

Drawback of MagPlus

  • Not specifically made for travel blogs. But with the right customization, this theme will work well for your needs


Insights is a visually stunning WordPress theme designed specifically for bloggers looking to share their stories. With its bold yet elegant design, complemented by beautiful typography and ample space for large-scale images and galleries, Insights provides the perfect canvas for documenting your travel experiences.

The theme features a fluid and responsive layout, ensuring that your articles look perfect on any device, whether it’s a smartphone, tablet, or desktop. Images and galleries also effortlessly scale to fit different screen sizes, preserving every detail of your website and presenting a professional appearance.

With Insights, customization is a breeze. You can drag and drop widgets, including featured categories, and the theme will automatically arrange them for you. Additionally, you have the option to display posts in full width, with the featured image serving as a captivating background.

Localization is also a key feature of Insights, making it easy to translate the theme into any language. Lastly, helpful tutorials are available to guide you through the process of building your site.

Benefits of Insight

  • Easily customize every aspect of your theme using the Theme Options panel
  • The layout automatically adjusts to fit screens of all sizes
  • Choose from three minimal color schemes: Yellow, Blue, and Green
  • Build and customize your homepage structure with custom WPZOOM widgets
  • Enjoy visual customization options, including color and font choices, to match your theme’s style and personality

Drawback of Insight

  • Offers fewer features compared to other travel blog templates on this list


Vlog is a specialized WordPress theme designed for bloggers, magazine publishers, news websites, and videographers who want to showcase their video content online. Specifically made for travel enthusiasts, Vlog offers a professional-looking design that perfectly complements travel videos and blogs.

Vlog provides sophisticated layouts and dynamic ways to present your videos and articles. It supports various video platforms like YouTube, Vimeo, DailyMotion, Facebook, and more, allowing you to display your content in a unique and visually appealing manner.

With this theme, importing videos from YouTube and Vimeo is just a few clicks away, thanks to its compatibility with the Video Importer WordPress plugin.

Organizing your video content is also made easy with Vlog’s playlist grouping feature, perfect for creating video tutorials and multi-part content. Additionally, you can showcase your playlists on the homepage using the special series module.

Benefits of Vlog

  • Automatically adds video thumbnails to enhance visual appeal
  • Allows visitors to save videos for later viewing, accessible from a convenient drop-down menu
  • Provides options for monetizing your website
  • Built-in performance optimization ensures fast loading times and smooth operation
  • Easy 1-click updates for hassle-free maintenance
  • Translation-ready for reaching a global audience

Drawback of Vlog

  • Highly dependent on third-party plugins

travel gem

Travel Gem is a modern WordPress theme tailor-made for travel and tour businesses. With its user-friendly interface, making layout changes is as simple as drag and drop, with no coding required. Plus, it’s responsive and cross-browser compatible.

This theme comes with WooCommerce support, which is ideal for users who prefer local payment methods available in WooCommerce over other payment gateways. Whether your customers are booking tours or purchasing travel-related products, Travel Gem has you covered.

When it comes to customization, Travel Gem offers plenty of options. You can easily customize your logo and title to reflect your brand identity. Additionally, features like Author Bio, Sidebar Layout Options, Custom Widgets, and Menu Settings provide flexibility and personalization to suit your needs.

Lastly, with over 50 Google and native fonts available, you have the freedom to choose the perfect font family for your website.

Benefits of Travel Gem

  • Free version available for budget-conscious users
  • Easy customization of logo and title for brand identity
  • Author Bio feature to add a personal touch to your content
  • Multiple sidebar layout options for flexible design
  • Custom widgets and menu settings for enhanced functionality

Drawback of Travel Gem

  • The free version has limited custom widgets


Travelista’s simple and clean design makes it highly suitable for any type of travel blog. With support for 9 post formats, as well as 3 distinct layouts for single pages, Travelista offers flexibility in presenting your content.

The theme comes with a beautifully designed posts slider, enabling you to showcase featured posts from a selected category. This helps draw attention to your most important content and engages visitors right from the homepage.

Travelista is also designed to be fully responsive and retina-ready so that your website looks perfect on all devices.

Additionally, it is RTL (right-to-left) translation-ready, making it accessible to users across different languages and regions.

Benefits of Travelista

  • Offers 3 layout options for blog pages, providing flexibility in design
  • Includes up to 4 columns of footer widgets for added customization
  • Features a live customizer for real-time preview of changes
  • Built-in typography options allow you to customize font settings
  • Comes with 3 different header styles to suit your aesthetic preferences

Drawback of Travelista

  • Does not offer a free version


Vlogger is a perfect WordPress theme if you’re a travel blogger and have a YouTube channel. Tailored for YouTubers, video tutorials, online courses, and video blogs, it offers a premium template to monetize various types of videos, from entertaining clips to professional tutorials.

Featuring four complete video website demos, each installable with just one click, Vlogger provides a seamless setup process. Whether you’re sharing fun vlogs or educational content, this theme has you covered with its versatile demos.

With a mobile-first architecture, Vlogger ensures lightning-fast loading times. Your viewers can access your content without delay, no matter the device they’re using.

Furthermore, monetizing your videos is a breeze with Vlogger, thanks to its 12 ad slots supported by live customizer and shortcode capabilities. Plus, importing videos from YouTube is just a few clicks away.

Vlogger also offers full video support from leading streaming platforms like YouTube, Vimeo, Twitch, and Dailymotion. Overall, this theme is compatible with a wide range of video content sources.

Benefits of Vlogger

  • Display curated video playlists to engage your audience
  • Utilize the drag-and-drop page builder for easy customization
  • Access 13 custom shortcodes to enhance your website’s functionality
  • Choose from four unique header designs to personalize your site’s appearance
  • Allow your audience to save and watch videos later at their convenience

Drawback of Vlogger

  •  Only includes 6 months of support from the developer

FAQs About WordPress Travel Blog Themes

Using a WordPress travel blog theme saves you time and effort in designing your website from scratch. It provides pre-built layouts and features suitable for travel blogging.

Yes, many WordPress travel blog themes support translation plugins like WPML that translate your content into multiple languages.

Yes, look for features like customizable maps, integrated social media sharing buttons, SEO optimization, and support for multimedia content like videos and podcasts.

Definitely! Many WordPress travel blog themes support monetization options, such as integrated ad placements, compatibility with e-commerce plugins for selling products or services, and affiliate marketing features.

Yes, you can switch themes at any time, but it’s recommended to choose a theme that aligns with your long-term goals and offers seamless transition options.

WordPress travel blog themes generally work with most standard hosting providers, but it’s recommended to choose a reliable host with good performance and support for WordPress.

Some WordPress travel blog themes offer features for creating membership sites or subscription-based content. This allows you to monetize your blog through premium content access.

Final Thoughts

With the incredible selection of WordPress travel blog themes available, you have everything you need to create a stunning website that reflects your passion for exploration.

Which theme caught your eye the most? Now’s the best time to unleash your creativity and expand your horizon through travel blogging. Your audience is eagerly waiting to hear your stories and experiences.

Capture each moment of your adventures and share it with the rest of the world with the best WordPress travel blog themes. Happy blogging!

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Kids and adults gather at a Memorial Day parade to honor and celebrate veterans in South Portland. Sofia Aldinio/ Staff Photographer

BATH 10 a.m. Monday. Parade begins at 200 Congress Ave. and concludes at Library Park and will be followed by a wreath-laying service at 11 a.m.

BERWICK 11 a.m. Monday. Parade begins at Berwick Town Hall/Sullivan Square and proceeds to Lord’s Cemetery by way of Wilson and Allen streets. After a ceremony there, the parade will continue down Saw Mill Hill Street with a pause at the Somersworth-Berwick Bridge for a brief memorial service for those lost at sea. The parade ends at Sullivan Square with a memorial service honoring area veterans.

BIDDEFORD-SACO Opening ceremony at 9:55 a.m. Monday at Saco City Hall. Parade starts at 10 a.m. from Saco City Hall and proceeds along Main Street and down York Hill into Biddeford, continues along Main Street, onto Alfred Street and finishes at Veteran’s Memorial Park with a closing ceremony at 10:45 a.m.

BRUNSWICK-TOPSHAM 9 a.m. Monday. Parade proceeds from Topsham Town Hall, pauses for observances while crossing the Brunswick-Topsham bridge, and concludes at the Brunswick Mall.

CAPE ELIZABETH 9 a.m. Monday. Parade begins at the middle school parking lot, turns right on Scott Dyer Road, right onto Route 77 and ends at the village green adjacent to the town hall. A brief ceremony and laying of the wreath will be held at the Village Green after the parade.

CUMBERLAND 8 a.m. Monday. Kids run at Greely High School followed by 5K Run and Remember race at 8:30 a.m. Parade starts at 10 a.m. at Mabel I. Wilson School and ends at the veterans’ monument in Moss Side Cemetery in Cumberland Center, where a ceremony will be held at 10:30 a.m. Advertisement

FALMOUTH 10 a.m. Monday. Parade proceeds from 65 Depot Road (Falmouth American Legion) to Pine Grove Park, where a ceremony will be held.

FREEPORT 9:30 a.m. Monday. Parade proceeds from Holbrook Street, heads north on Main and makes a right onto School Street, then right onto Park Street, ending in Memorial Park. There will be a small ceremony in Memorial Park starting at 10 a.m.

GORHAM 11 a.m. Monday. Parade starts at Village School (12 Robie St.) and ends at Eastern Cemetery on Johnson Road.

GRAY 11:30 a.m. Monday. Parade leaves the Russell School (8 Gray Park), proceeds to Shaker Road and continues to the Soldiers Monument at the intersection of Routes 26 and 3 for a wreath-laying ceremony. Parade continues north to the American Legion Post (15 Lewiston Road) for a closing ceremony.

LYMAN 1 p.m. Monday. Parade starts at Waterhouse Road/Mill Pond in Goodwins Mills and ends at the Lyman Town Hall on South Waterboro Road.

NEW GLOUCESTER 9 a.m. Monday. Parade leaves from Memorial Elementary School (86 Intervale Road) and heads down Intervale Road to Route 100/202 to Veterans Park for a memorial service. The parade will reconvene and go down Peacock Hill Road, then take a left on Gilmore Road. Advertisement

OLD ORCHARD BEACH 1 p.m. Monday. Parade starts at the corner of Ballpark Way and E. Emerson Cumming Boulevard and proceeds down Saco Avenue, Old Orchard Beach Street to First Street and ends at Veteran’s Memorial Park.

PORTLAND 2 p.m. Monday. The procession starts at Longfellow School (432 Stevens Ave.) and ends at Evergreen Cemetery for a commemoration ceremony.

SANFORD 10 a.m. Monday. The parade starts at the Sanford Armory (88 William Oscar Emery Drive), proceeds up Gowen Park Drive and ends at Central Park.

SCARBOROUGH 10 a.m. Monday. Parade starts at Scarborough High School, turns onto Route 114 and then Route 1, past town offices to the Maine Veterans Home and concludes with a ceremony there.

SOUTH PORTLAND 10:30 a.m. Monday. Parade starts at Southern Maine Community College parking lot, proceeds down Broadway to the Veterans Monument for a short Memorial Day recognition service.

WELLS 9 a.m. Monday. Parade starts at Wells High School (200 Sanford Road) and proceeds to Ocean View Cemetery for a ceremony and musical performances. Advertisement

WESTBROOK 10 a.m. Monday. Parade proceeds down Main Street and will be followed by a ceremony in Riverbank Park.

WINDHAM 9 a.m. Monday. Parade starts at Windham Town Hall and proceeds onto Route 202 toward Windham High School. At 10 a.m., there will be a ceremony in front of Windham’s Veterans Memorial Flagpole at Windham High School.

YARMOUTH 10 a.m. Monday. Parade leaves from Yarmouth High School (286 West Elm St.) and proceeds to the Memorial Green at Town Hall for a ceremony.

YORK 10 a.m. Monday. Parade starts near St. Christopher’s Church (4 Barrell Lane) and proceeds down York Street to York Town Hall.

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