Seychelles Explored through my lens (Photographic Post)

La Digue Island Drone Pano

Visiting Seychelles has been a dream of mine ever since I was a kid, so I thought I’d add it to your bucket list too with some of my favourite photos captured during my recent visit to this tropical paradise.

All the photos captured of Seychelles below were taken on Mahé Island, Praslin Island, La Digue Island and Silhouette Island.

If you didn’t know, Seychelles is made up of 115 Islands in total, which has left me with a massive urge to go back and explore more of the islands they have out there.

Before I get to the actual photos, make sure you check out this post, which has our daily vlog series on it that Carlinn and I made while exploring Seychelles for the week we were there.

All of these vlogs were captured using the brand new GoPro HERO 6 Black and edited on the Quik Stories App. They are super fun so give them a watch and leave a comment to let us know what you think.

Right, onto the good stuff, which is the photos I captured on our trip.

Please, if you’re keen on sharing these photos on your social media platforms, do the right thing and credit me in the photos.

Also, if you are keen on buying any of the photos listed below, I have these all available for digital prints at a super good price, so send me a message if you are interested.

Photographs of Seychelles Taken on my Recent Visit

I’ll break the photos down into each island that we visited in Seychelles, so that you can easily plan where you want to go when you book your trip.

Mahè Island, Seychelles

Mahé Island is the main island of Seychelles and during our time there, we stayed on a man-made island called Eden Island at Eden Bleu, then at the Double Tree Allamanda and then at Constance Ephelia.

Praslin Island, Seychelles

Praslin Island is a short flight in a rad little charter plane from Mahé that takes just 20 minutes in total, but you can take a ferry over there too if you wish. We stayed at the luxurious Raffles Resort during our time on Praslin Island.

La Digue Island, Seychelles

The island of La Digue is somewhere Carlinn and I will most certainly visit again because we just had 3 hours to explore here and I’d say you need at least 2 days there to really enjoy the chilled island life that this small island offers.

Silhouette Island, Seychelles

There is only one hotel on Silhouette Island and that is the Hilton Labriz Resort, which has some pretty spectacular beaches on it and believe it or not, only around 250 locals living on it.

 

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