Chelseakauai's Instagram Audience Analytics and Demographics

@chelseakauai

United States

↟ Born in Hawai'i. Explore often, consume mindfully. Voracious reader, freediver, acroyoga teacher. 💧Adopt a coral #savethereef👇🏼
inf▓▓▓▓▓@gmail.com
Honolulu|Hawaii
United States
25–34

Business Category

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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF CHELSEAKAUAI

48.1% of chelseakauai's followers are female and 51.9% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 5.30%. The average number of likes per post is 56189 and the average number of comments is 480.

21.05% of the followers that engaged with chelseakauai regularly are from United States, followed by Indonesia at 5.26% and Italy at 4.51%. In summary, the top 5 countries of chelseakauai's posts engager are coming from United States, Indonesia, Italy, Australia, United Kingdom.

Chelseakauai loves posting about Adventure, Travel, Basketball, Nature & Outdoors, Photography, Architecture.

Check chelseakauai's audience demography. This analytics report shows chelseakauai's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.

Followers
1,063,294
Avg Likes
56,189
Avg Comments
480
Posts
1,283
Global Rank
13,186
Country Rank
6,752
Category Rank
203

GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR CHELSEAKAUAI

Female
48.1 %
Male
51.9 %

AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF CHELSEAKAUAI

  • Travel & Tourism 83.99 %
  • Photography 77.36 %
  • How-to & Style 52.12 %
  • Beauty & Fashion 49.32 %
  • Art & Design 38.19 %
  • Sports 36.81 %
  • Technology & Science 36.72 %
  • Restaurants, Food & Grocery 35.01 %
  • Fitness & Yoga 34.45 %
  • Entertainment 31.75 %
  • Business & Careers 31.68 %
  • Healthy Lifestyle 30.65 %
  • Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 30.25 %

AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF CHELSEAKAUAI

  • United States 21.05 %
  • Indonesia 5.26 %
  • Italy 4.51 %
  • Australia 4.51 %
  • United Kingdom 3.76 %

RECENT POSTS

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These humpback whales will soon be heading back to Antarctica now that they’ve been here since August giving birth and raising their young. Seeing humpback whales is unlike any other wildlife experience in the water for me. They’re curious, wary, so sentient. Sometimes they choose to interact and play - the babies in particular like to mimic movements underwater. Sometimes we spent an entire day waiting only to see them at a distance. It’s their choice, which I like. I can’t make them stay, just briefly swim alongside and witness their journey. Did you know: The humpbacks in Tahiti go to Antarctica while the ones in Hawaii will migrate back to Alaska. The groups never cross the equator even though they’re the same species. - Incredibly grateful to @kelsealoha for shooting this on tour with @corallina_tours 🤍 #Moorea

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So beautiful aren’t they? But by 2050 coral reefs could be the first ecosystem to collapse. More below👇🏼 It’s surreal to be sitting here in Moorea with @coralgardeners planting, learning about super corals, and watching their team push to innovate even faster... yet to then see a new study published just this week: Did you know that HALF of the coral populations of the largest reef in the world have died during your lifetime? Mass bleaching events have affected more than 75% of our corals globally. It’s less visual and a lot quieter than some of the crises, but the heartache hits deep when I swim over areas of broken white bleached corals slowly starving or dissolving due to climate change. Here they call it the graveyard. Coral reefs directly provide food for more than 1 billion people and is responsible for half the oxygen we breathe. They are essential and fragile and resilient. And they need us right now, but not as much as we need them always. I know this year has been hard, but if you feel called to take action right now: Adopt corals via @coralgardeners to fund more planting. Give them as gifts. Every action counts♥️ - Photos by @emmett_sparling

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Morning light🤍🌞 this place gave me so much inspiration for how I see my future home. Also I should have fixed the pillows more before I shot these woops🙊 For everyone that asked our Airbnb was called Piece of Art Tulum. But tulum in general has amazing homes and architecture all around if you search a bit :) - wearing @labikineriaoficial

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I like things that are weird. I don’t know if these are “cool” because a few people I showed them to were like eh they’re ok whereas I have such a rich memory of the wonder of this dive. Anyway a little bit about each photo below :) When you spend lots of hours underwater it’s not just the obvious pretty stuff that attracts my attention but the unique things that hold me the most. Max depth ~ 32m/100 ft Photo 1: anytime I had my flashlight on an in the cloud the camera picked it up at this huge glowing orb. This one looks like magic to me even with the overexposed parts. 2: Space. We were all alone down there. When you’re sinking down the ground looks solid even though it’s liquid. 3: sinking into a hurricane? 4: half in half out. The clouds look like a frozen lake or ice patterns. @josiahwg as usual capturing such amazing imagery. These were strange to edit so if you don’t like the colors that’s my fault not his😋 Ps: if you need a dive guide in Tulum I highly highly recommend @tulum.breathtaking Angel was so fun and helpful and a great base of photo and dive knowledge of the cenotes. #tulum #angelita

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From here until infinity... Certain expressions of art make me feel things. Or they can more aptly express what I feel on the inside without words. It’s this wonderful recognition of - yes, exactly that. This is one of those photos for me. I think it’s intensely personal though? I’m curious, what does this make you feel? - Photo by @josiahwg

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This morning I’ve been thinking about the patterns of my choices over the last few years. What is where I hoped it would be and what hasn’t really changed? I’m left with two beliefs that I try to remember when things feel scary or frustrating. Nothing ever goes away until it has taught us what we need to know. Running away, ignoring it, or repeating the same decision keeps things easy but ultimately leads to the same result. Growth happens at your edge whether that’s through expansion, or breaking and making something new. The highest achievers and the biggest dreamers had the audacity to constantly be making new mistakes. @josiahwg #tulum

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#AD🌲 Creativity comes from having constraints. We often think of creativity as a process that happens when we have lots of time, great light, no boundaries etc ... when in actuality I think it’s the opposite. My favorite work often comes out of unlikely conditions - only a few photos left on the camera, shooting in murky sea grass, someone’s neighborhood pool and a cheap film camera. This road trip all started with an idea. @josiahwg and I usually travel around the world finding the best dive locations - but could we find alpine lakes in Washington where maybe no one has ever thought to shoot? On a tip from a friend, we took my Kona on the ferry to the Olympic Peninsula. With a small window of sun and a water housing with a less than ideal lens (we forgot a piece, woops) we jumped in. The clarity rivaled ANY of the best spots I’ve been to in the world and is a bigger version of one of the coolest dive spots in Borneo - but on the side of the road in Washington! Do I think this is the best photo that’s ever going to come from this lake? No way. But I hope it inspires all those people who tell me they want to dive more often or shoot more but they’re waiting for X. Better comes from the act of doing. Creativity sees opportunity where others see obstacles.✨

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There are thousands of cenotes in the Yucatán peninsula, and even in a month of living here I only got to see a handful. Honestly, the ones around Tulum especially can be super crowded (And weekends even more so). So we drove a few hours away to get this one to ourselves 🥰 rope swing, backflips, nachos it was a dang good day. A few of my favorites: Cenote Calavera (jumping) Cenote Angelita (scuba) El Pit (scuba) Car Wash Cenote (freedive or scuba) Cenote San Lorenzo Oxman - Photos @josiahwg #valladolid #Mexico

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To everything I’ve ever lost, thank you for setting me free.🤍 - Photo @josiahwg //@farawaypoetry @mattfreediver

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Hello, aloha, bienvenidos to the 70k new faces around here! Ask me anything I’m on an hour car ride to a cenote :) I’ve never had anything go viral in my 5 years of doing this so it’s quite wild to grow that much in one week🤭. Fun fact It was only in the last year or two that I felt really confident in posing in front of a camera. Shot at @maxanab_tulum #mirrorselfie #chelseakauaipresets

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