Passionpassport's Instagram Audience Analytics and Demographics

@passionpassport

United States

We live to tell impactful, human, & diverse stories about travel. Tag #passionpassport & #passionpassportvideo Get in touch:
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United States
25–34

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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF PASSIONPASSPORT

54.8% of passionpassport's followers are female and 45.2% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.90%. The average number of likes per post is 11584 and the average number of comments is 87.

15.63% of the followers that engaged with passionpassport regularly are from United States, followed by France at 7.81% and Indonesia at 5.47%. In summary, the top 5 countries of passionpassport's posts engager are coming from United States, France, Indonesia, Germany, Canada.

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

Check passionpassport's audience demography. This analytics report shows passionpassport'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
1,260,594
Avg Likes
11,584
Avg Comments
87
Posts
5,262
Global Rank
19,134
Country Rank
6,143
Category Rank
364

GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR PASSIONPASSPORT

Female
54.8 %
Male
45.2 %

AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF PASSIONPASSPORT

  • Travel & Tourism 86.13 %
  • Photography 78.11 %
  • Beauty & Fashion 52.98 %
  • Restaurants, Food & Grocery 43.86 %
  • Technology & Science 43.68 %
  • Art & Design 40.91 %
  • Fitness & Yoga 35.06 %
  • Entertainment 33.29 %
  • Business & Careers 32.56 %
  • Home & Garden 31.91 %
  • Luxury Goods 31.63 %
  • Sports 31.00 %

AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF PASSIONPASSPORT

  • United States 15.63 %
  • France 7.81 %
  • Indonesia 5.47 %
  • Germany 4.69 %
  • Canada 3.91 %

RECENT POSTS

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"This set of images was taken on my seventh trip to this blessed land. We entered the mosque compound when the sky was still dark, praying our early morning prayers in congregation. As we sat in remembrance, the sun slowly rose in the sky and we felt ready to face the day. We stepped outside and witnessed these ancient stones being bathed in golden sunlight. I recently came across a quote from Irish poet John O’Donohue, who asked ‘is it not possible that a place could have a huge affection for those who dwell there? Could it be possible that a landscape might have a deep friendship with you? That it could feel your presence and feel the care you extend towards it? Perhaps your favorite place can feel proud of you.’ I have no doubt that everyone thinks of a different destination when you read those words, one that is deeply personal for you. For me, that place is Palestine. There’s something about this land, these people, and the light here that keeps me coming back.” 📷@justmebreathing 📍Jerusalem #PassionPassport

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There is a reason why many of us are born with an inherent desire to travel. We love to adventure, yes, but what we really love is discovery. Stumbling across a place and feeling like the first person to do so is not a sensation many of us will have the opportunity to experience in this lifetime. Now more than ever, it is important to embrace local travel—for the sake of both our environment and safety during this global crisis. Head to the link in our bio to read more about why you should forget about exploring new places and explore your backyard. What’s your favorite part of exploring new places close to home? Let us know in the comments below. 📷@dgsc 📍Mount Tamalpais, California, USA #passionpassport

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“This photo captures my own city, San Martin de los Andes. In this area of Patagonia, the seasons are well marked; I like to take photos of the same view at different points in the year to see the changes nature generates. The pandemic meant I could not travel as much this year, so I have been exploring my hometown. I’ve learned to look at each place with the eyes of a tourist — to find a new angle on every landscape, and take photos no one else could capture. I think about the phrase often attributed to Picasso: ‘Good artists copy; great artists steal,’ which means that once something inspires you, you must use your unique ideas and experiences to make the art your own.” 📷 @gusariase 📍San Martín de los Andres, Argentina 🇦🇷 #passionpassport

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"Taken in Zurich, this photograph displays what seems to be an endless line up of vibrant cherry plum trees nestled throughout this charming boulevard. Already running late for an appointment, I felt compelled to hop off the tram to get this shot. I had made plans to come back later during golden hour, but didn’t end up getting to follow through. When heavy rains and wind blew the blossoms off of the trees just two days later, I realized my timing was perfect. Sometimes a good photo is worth the risk." 📷 @cemerk85 📍Zurich, Switzerland 🇨🇭 #passionpassport __ When have you come across a moment that you felt so compelled to capture it—no matter what? Let us know in the comments!

8,960 69

"I have always had a desire to experience a place that felt completely foreign to me—a place that would offer me an experience like no other. India was that place for me. At times, it was uncomfortable and eye-opening, yet beautiful in its unique way. It is chaos and beauty interwoven, creating an incomparable reality. When I arrived in Pushkar, I did what I always do when discovering a new destination—I grabbed my camera and explored the streets. To completely immerse myself in the surrounding environments is something I love to do. To me, it is the best way to get to know a place. What caught my eye about this specific scene was its intense colors. The medley of women in saris, the colors of the sun, and the birds soaring across the frame make for one of my favorite images I have ever taken. I often find myself looking back at my photos from past travels and reminiscing about the times I had. To me, photography is not only about the ability to share incredible images—there is something more personal to it than that. It is a way to capture a feeling and sense of place. Looking at this image, it reminds me of the sounds, sights, and smells—as if I were standing there once again. As a traveler in India, at times, it can be draining, yet the experience that a traveler receives is absolutely incredible." 📷@jackcrosbyphoto 📍Pushkar, India 🇮🇳 #passionpassport

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One of the most dynamic and creative cities in the world, Moscow is home to innovators who constantly push the boundaries of how to use the cityscape. Here, the boutiques, brewpubs, and hippest burger joints aren't in the mall: they're in old factories, Bohemian neighborhoods, and even massive, derelict natural gas containers. These multi-use spaces are art "clusters" that playfully honor the Russian capital's long legacy of creativity with eye-popping statues, murals, installations, and structural elements. __ Head to the link in our bio to find out more about the very coolest places in Moscow to do just about anything you can imagine! 📷@a_remnev 📍Moscow, Russia 🇷🇺 #passionpassport

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"This photo was taken at Forodhani in Stone Town, Zanzibar. Every weekend, this lively beach hosts children and families from all over the island—a gathering place for people to unwind and enjoy the coast. This photo is capturing the effect of the ferry from Dar Es Salaam with big engines that push waves to the shore while it pulls in to dock. The water crashes against the tall Forodhani walls forming backwards waves while the kids jump in the water, shouting ‘Boti inakuja, Boti inakuja’ (the boat is coming, the boat is coming!). It's a brave thing to do in such strong currents! Since taking this image, it has become one of my favorite pieces available through my print shop.” 📷@sam.vox 📍 Forodhani, Stone Town, Zanzibar #passionpassport __ To view more of @sam.vox’s work and prints, be sure to head to his Instagram!

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“My girlfriend and I are huge fans of hot air balloons, and as a result, we had always dreamed of visiting Cappadocia. On our first morning, we woke up at 4 a.m. to watch the balloons take off from the ground. We ran up a hill and waited silently in the dark until it began: flames illuminated the balloons as they rose up into the sky. It was so colorful and beautiful — I wanted it to last forever. The next day, we were the ones taking flight, and the view from the basket is even more magical than watching from the ground. I thought I would go crazy taking photos and videos from above, but instead I found myself just enjoying the moment. It was worth it.” 📷 @be_mesmerized 📍Cappadocia, Turkey 🇹🇷 #passionpassport

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Lacking an airport, a train station, and major bus routes, Coorg hill station in the coastal state of Karnataka might be one of the most isolated destinations in India, which is all part of the appeal. The region enchants its handful of visitors with organic coffee, lush rolling mountains, colorful folklore, and a distinct culture. Thick rainforests, waterfalls, and dazzling markets are just some highlights to this enchanting stretch of southern India. Head to the link in our bio to discover more of Coorg through writer and photographer Alicia Erikson’s (@alicia_erickson) point of view. #passionpassport

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"It was monsoon season in White Sands National Park, New Mexico. Rain was moving along the gypsum desert, so I set up a time lapse shot. The sun had through the sun clouds, lending to more frequent lightening strikes and I knew I was experiencing something extraordinary. Out of 800 frames of the time lapse shot, only one displayed this strike into the sand. Since then, I’ve experimented with more efficient ways to capture lightening, but this one was unforgettable." 📷 @willg_photography 📍White Sands, New Mexico, USA #passionpassport __ Have you ever had a similar experience while experimenting with a new creative technique? Let us know in the comments below!

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“Amongst its iconic volcanic mountains, beaches, and lush tropical climate, it’s no secret that Bali is known for its stunning rice fields. In 2019, I spent a few months traveling and roaming through Bali, with countless evenings wandering through rice paddies south of the island. It is a place where I could venture off the beaten path and explore as much of it as I could. On this particular evening, I came across this isolated shed situated in the middle of a rice field. The light was perfect as it cast a gentle ray over the scene. Shortly after this moment, I experienced a captivating tropical rain shower. Looking back at this moment, I can still remember how refreshing and calming this evening was.” 📷@runawayueli 📍Bali, Indonesia 🇮🇩 #passionpassport __ Anyone who has had the chance to visit this oasis of Southeast Asia understands that there is something special embedded in its landscape, people, and culture. It may be difficult to articulate, but it is impossible to forget. Want to discover more about the “Island of the Gods” for yourself? Head to the link in our bio for our full Bali Travel Guide. 🗺

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One of the world's premier museums persists during the pandemic with a fantastic Monet exhibit — but what's it like to visit a world-class museum at a time like this? Editorial Manager Joseph Ozment (@joseph.ozment) set out to find out: __ “Altogether, it was a comforting experience to walk through those halls with other people, each of us experiencing different individual reactions to the art while also taking part in a collective experience. Though there are many narratives around the pandemic being a collective experience (we’re all in this together, etc.), it’s safe to say that it is not. There are those of us who can effectively transform our homes into quarantine bubbles, and there are essential workers. I am worried that we have quickly reneged on our early-lockdown rhetoric to realign our value systems and find time to slow down in our lives, as we prioritize the economy and reaffirm our addiction to ‘the grind.’ Monet’s landscapes made me reflect on this in my own life as I tried to understand his creative process.” __ Head to the link in our bio to read more from his Monet and Chicago experience in “Visiting a World Class Museum in a Pandemic.” 📷@john.lupu 📍Chicago, Illinois, USA #passionpassport

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