Here Are 6 Of The Seychelles' Most  Instagram Worthy Locations
Photo Credit: Photo by Dazzle Jam

Photo Credit: Photo by Dazzle Jam

Here Are 6 Of The Seychelles' Most Instagram Worthy Locations

Ayah A.
Ayah A. Mar 25, 2021

Comprised of over 100 islands in the Indian Ocean, the Seychelles boasts an amazing climate year-round and a welcoming population of friendly locals. Tropical vegetation and pristine white sand beaches further add to the naturally paradisaical scenery of this perfectly picturesque East African archipelago.

On your bucket list? We’ve curated this list of the Seychelles most Instagram worthy locations.

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Anse Source d’Argent


La Digue Island’s Anse Source d’Argent is said to be the most photographed beach in the world. But despite its fame and beauty, you won’t find crowds of tourists flooding the beach. Clean and idyllic, it seems almost untouched and is somewhat secluded, accessible only by walking, biking, or hitching a ride on an ox cart.

Part of what makes the beach so unique are the massive granite boulders forming many nooks, coves, and caves for the adventurous visitor to explore. Its ample coral reef is home to a variety of sea creatures.

Bikini Bottom


Bikini Bottom is a small beach bar located at Anse Severe on La Digue. The cute, colorful hut offers fresh coconuts and local fruit juices, smoothies, shakes, Frappuccino, and even hot coffee and espresso. Sip your drink on one of their brightly colored wooden benches or hammocks while admiring the island’s wildlife or ocean views. Bikini Bottom also has souvenirs and snorkeling, and is a great place from which to watch an amazing African sunset.

Arul Mihu Navasakthi Vinayagar Temple


The only Hindu Temple in the Seychelles, the Arul Mihu Navasakthi Vinayagar temple has been hailed as one of the world’s most beautiful. Located in the small town capital of Victoria, the temple is an important center of worship for the country’s roughly 2% Hindu population. It is a truly unique and striking structure, decorated with many colorful figures of Hindu deities.

Sauzier Waterfall


On the island of Mahé, hidden within the jungle of Morne Seychellois National Park, you’ll find the small and pretty Sauzier Waterfall. This waterfall is fairly easy to access and offers opportunities for cliff jumping, swimming, or simply relaxing and admiring its natural beauty and surrounding lush greenery. The waterfall is generally calm, but can become wild and rapid after a heavy rain.

Sir Selwyn Clarke Market


The lively and bustling Sir Selwyn Clarke Market is the pulse of Victoria, and the place to go for fresh herbs, spices, fish, fruits, and vegetables. Stop by the marketplace on a busy Saturday morning and support local vendors selling not only produce, but an array of bright clothing, art, handicrafts, and souvenirs, as well.

National Botanical Gardens

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Located on the outskirts of Victoria, the magnificent National Botanical Gardens are home to many species of exotic plants and wildlife. The gardens span across five acres of land and are over 100 years old. Strike a pose amidst a colorful backdrop of lush palms, fragrant flowers, and vibrant fruit trees or meet one of the majestic giant tortoises who reside there.

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