Here are the top United States destinations people are missing during the pandemic.
Instagram isn’t just about sharing the moment. It’s also about nostalgia for the past.
And among hashtags such as #ThrowbackThursday and #FlashbackFriday, you’ll find a very specific trend: the cry to #TakeMeBack!
The #TakeMeBack hashtag is a bittersweet celebration of past vacations. Nothing satisfies those wanderlust cravings quite like re-posting a forgotten holiday snap and breathing fresh digital life into a place that holds special memories.
With the travel industry currently paused around the world, these moments are more precious than ever.
SavingSpot used Instagram data to identify the destinations that travelers miss the most. To do this, the team extracted location data from Instagram posts with the #TakeMeBack hashtag and organized it by location.
10 U.S. cities travelers miss the most:
1. New York, New York
2. Orlando, Florida
3. Los Angeles, California
4. Las Vegas, Nevada
5. Honolulu, Hawaii
6. San Francisco, California
7. Miami Beach, Florida
8. Miami, Florida
9. Lake Buena Vista, Florida
10. San Diego, California
10 U.S states travelers miss the most:
3. New York
10 National Parks travelers miss the most:
1. Yosemite (California)
2. Grand Canyon (Arizona)
3. Zion (Utah)
4. Rocky Mountain (Colorado)
5. Glacier (Montana)
6. Sequoia (California)
7. Death Valley (California)
8. Yellowstone (Wyoming)
9. Bryce Canyon (Utah)
10. Joshua Tree (California)
This project is part of a series of content campaigns commissioned by frugal living blog SavingSpot (managed by the CashNetUSA team).
As travelers around the globe anxiously wait for when they can safely go on trips again, the team tapped into Instagram to create the ultimate source of armchair travel inspiration that any reader can lose themselves in.
If you want to dig into the data yourself, the dataset is available on https://bit.ly/TakeMeBackData