Instagram is not only a social media platform, but a guide to new enticing opportunities; from where to eat, to what clothes to buy and where to travel next, we take to the ‘gram for inspiration.
With that said, Taxi2airport.com decided to have a look at the most ‘Instagrammable’ forests around the world to help you decide on your next picturesque trip.
By collecting the number of hashtags per forest, Taxi2airport.com has identified which one would make the best Instagram-worthy place to visit next.
Which forest around the world is the most Insta famous?
- The Black Forest, Germany – #1,489,943
- Amazon Rainforest, Brazil – #197,615
- Sherwood Forest, England – #142,011
- Arashiyama Bamboo Forest/Sagano Bamboo Forest, Japan – #83,821
- Mossy Forest,Malaysia – #64,564
- Atlantic Forest, Brazil – #52,863
- Jiuzhaigou Valley, China – #52,774
- Sequoia Forest, US – #50,164
- Bialowieza Forest, Poland – #50,068.
- Olympic National Forest, US – #42,994
- Cocora Valley, Colombia – #40,351
- Boreal Forest/Tiaga Biome, Canada – #35,792
- Redwood National Park, US – #32,268
- Great Bear Rainforest, Canada – #25,892
- Monteverde Cloud Forest, Costa Rica – #16,004
- Tongass Forest, Alaska – #15,647
- Cevennes National Park, France -#3,642
- Hoia-Baciu Forest,Romania – #3,033
- Crooked Forest, Poland – #2,040
- Hallerbos Forest, Belgium – #1,869
In first place we find Germany’s popular Black Forest, which has gathered a whopping 1,489,943 hashtags on Instagram. This dark, dense forest spoils us with its beauty and diversity. This mountainous terrain is home to many waterfalls and even the Danube River, so it comes to no surprise why it’s so popular.
In second place is the very famous Amazon Rainforest. The world’s biggest rainforest, the Amazon is estimated to have 16,000 tree species and 390 billion individual trees and an impressive fauna, so it’s no surprise that it has garnered 197,615 hashtags.
Home to the legendary Robin Hood, England’s Sherwood Forest comes third with an impressive 142,011 hashtags.
Please refer to the table to see which forests made the top 20.