Four Insta-Worthy Destinations to Visit Now That Travel Picks Up

November 13, 2021
Insta-worthy destinations

Planning a trip and looking for insta-worthy destinations? Now that travel restarts, has published some inspiring destinations to visit, along with information on the best time to visit, to provide some encouragement.

The website has analyzed the locations and rated them according to how Insta-worthy they are, based on the number of Insta posts per each location’s hashtag. Here are some of the top spots.

Enoshima – Fujisawa, Japan

Enoshima in Fujisawa, Japan, is one of the most popular Insta-worthy destinations, with a total of 519,685 Instagram posts under the hashtag #enoshima.

As for the best time to visit, Enoshima is beautiful all year thanks to a 600 meter-long bridge. For some much-needed R&R and a breath of fresh air, travelers can stroll across the newly exposed sandbars to the island.

Aside from some staggering vistas, Enoshima also has some awe-inspiring shrines to visit, such as the Enoshima Shrine that boasts the Buddhist goddess and Benzaiten-honoring statues. And the Enospa hot springs are an excellent attraction too.

Haji Ali Dargah – Mumbai, India

Liked by a lot of Instagrammers is also Haji Ali Dargah in Mumbai, India, with 49,035 Insta posts under the hashtag #hajialidargah.

India is not just famous for exotic spices and curry aromas but also outstanding architecture, such as the one in Haji Ali Dargah, where Indo-Islamic architecture prevails. The dargah even comprises the tomb of Haji Ali Shah Bukhari. 

The one-kilometer causeway is narrow and links the island to the mainland. It’s the only way to drop by, and travelers need to arrive during low tide to access it, a time window of about sixteen hours per day.

St. Michael’s Mount – Marazion, England

The gorgeous hilly St. Michael’s Mount in Marazion, England, has landed 122,700 Instagram posts under the hashtag #stmichaelsmount.

St. Michael’s Mount sits just off the coast. People can only access it for four hours when the water level is low on both sides due to the tide and the weather allowing it. This excellent site is swallowed up by the ocean at high tide, making it inaccessible on foot – those who stay too long need to get back by boat.

Koh Nang Yuan – Koh Tao, Thailand

Koh Nang Yuan, the neighboring island of the more famous Koh Tao in Thailand, has had 88,849 Insta posts under the hashtag #kohnangyuan.

It’s a tiny island with crystal waters, making it popular with divers. Travelers can get to the island by boat and swim through channels at high tide. Natural causeways appear during low tide as a long sandy beach.

Visiting one of these four destinations, you’re bound to end up with some great shots for your Insta posts.

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