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These are the 50 most Instagrammed islands in the world | Mapped

These are the 50 most Instagrammed islands in the world | Mapped

Just because you’re not allowed to travel right now doesn’t mean that your eyes can’t wander the many gorgeous islands of the world.

From Bali to Zanzibar and everything in between, check out what islands are out there by using this list of the most Instagrammed islands of the world compiled by No Frills Excursions.

The site compiled data by comparing the number of times that the Island’s hashtags were used.

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Here are the top ten most Instagrammed islands in the world:
10. Mallorca, Spain

 

 

A post shared by David (@mallorcamarvelous) on Apr 27, 2020 at 5:25am PDT

With over 10 million posts on Instagram, the Spanish island of Mallorca took the tenth spot on the list. The island is known for its beautiful beaches, catamaran cruises, cave excursions, and beach clubs.

9. Jamaica, Caribbean

 

 

A post shared by Visit Jamaica (@visitjamaica) on May 19, 2020 at 5:56am PDT

When thinking of Jamaica, Bob Marley may come to mind. Other than being known for its Rastafarian culture, the island is famed for its luxury resorts and beaches, as well as its rum. The island has over 10 million hashtags on Instagram.

8. Cuba, Caribbean

 

 

A post shared by Visit Cuba🇨🇺 (@_visitcuba_) on Apr 2, 2019 at 2:15am PDT

Often referred to as being “stuck in time,” the island of Cuba ranks eighth place with 11 million hashtags. The island is known for its classic cars, vibrant cities, and beautiful beaches.

7. Sicily, Italy

 

 

A post shared by Visitsicily (@visit.sicily) on May 21, 2020 at 6:33am PDT

Coming in at seventh place with over 12 million hashtags is Sicily. The Italian island features one of the highest active volcanoes in all of Europe, Mount Etna, as well as classic foods and incredible historical sites such as the Valley of Temples and the Capella Palatina.

6. Puerto Rico, Caribbean

 

 

A post shared by Visit Puerto Rico (@visitpuertorico) on Jun 13, 2019 at 5:21am PDT

One of the prettiest islands in the Caribbean, Puerto Rico, ranked sixth place with over 16.2 million photos shared on Instagram. The island is home to gorgeous waterfalls, miles of mountain landscapes, as well as tropical rainforests and colonial buildings.

5. Ibiza, Spain

 

 

A post shared by Visit Ibiza (@visit.ibiza) on May 21, 2020 at 11:47am PDT

Known as a party island to many, Ibiza ranked fifth place with over 16 million Instagram posts. Clubs on the island often host huge parties with world-class DJs while offering history as a backdrop — the island is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

4. Flores, Indonesia

 

 

A post shared by Flores, Indonesia (@visitflores.id) on Dec 26, 2016 at 8:27pm PST

Coming in with over 17 million Instagram posts is Flores. This lesser-known Indonesian island is home to Komodo National Park, named after its native Komodo dragons.

3. Ireland

 

 

A post shared by VISIT IRELAND (@visitireland) on May 31, 2017 at 1:58pm PDT

Although typically disregarded as an island, Ireland has over 20 million hashtagged photos on Instagram. The island offers lush greenery, historic castles, as well as charming towns and pubs.

2. Hawaii, USA

 

 

A post shared by Hawaii (@visit.hawaii) on May 15, 2020 at 1:53pm PDT

With over 33 million hashtags on Instagram, Hawaii comes second on the list. The US island state is known for beautiful beaches, fresh fruit, volcanoes, and of course, the surf.

1. Bali, Indonesia

 

 

A post shared by Visit Bali Official (@visitbali.official) on Jul 25, 2017 at 1:12am PDT

With over 60 million Instagram posts, Bali tops the list as the most Instagrammed island in the world. Known for being an inexpensive tropical paradise, the Indonesian island is home to iconic race paddies, sandy beaches, and ancient temples.

Here’s the full list:
Bali
Hawaii
Ireland
Flores
Ibiza
Puerto Rico
Sicily
Cuba
Jamaica
Mallorca
Phuket
Okinawa
Jersey
Maldives
Lombok
Tenerife
Sardinia
Maui
Long Island
Oahu
Penang
Hokkaido
Crete
Gran Canaria
Barbados
Sumatra
Aruba
Tasmania
Mauritius
Key West
Principe
Corsica
Guam
Kauai
Capri
Lanzarote
Nova Scotia
Borneo
Vancouver Island
Staten Island
Ambon
Great Britain
Zanzibar
Palawan
Bermuda
Rhodes
Corfu
Cozumel
Martinique
Bora Bora