The Seychelles is an archipelago off the coast of East Africa consisting of 115 islands. It is famous for its breathtaking beaches and also has unique wildlife species such as the giant Aldabra tortoise.
ANSE INTENDANCE, MAHE
Anse Intendance beach is great for surfing and sunbathing. It may be a bit rough for swimming due to strong currents and winds but is a popular place nonetheless.
AnSe Lazio, PRASLIN
This beach is located on the northern part of the island Praslin. One has to hike a hill to access it but it is all worth it. It is one of the most picturesque beaches The Seychelles has to offer.
BAIE LAZARE, MAHE
The village of Baie Lazare is named after the French explorer Lazare Picault. One of the main attractions in the village is the neo-Gothic Baie Lazare Church. Anse Soleil and Petite Anse are popular beaches within the area.
LA DIGUE island
La Digue Island has much to offer. It is a nice way to experience nature and island life. The area also has amazing beaches. Rock-climbing is a popular activity in La Digue.
This island is home to giant tortoises which are a major attraction. The island was previous a lepers colony and has so much history to offer.
Morne seychellois np
Morne Seychellois is the largest national park in Seychelles. It is located in the Mahe area. It is home to a mountain chain ideal for hiking and nature walks.
STE ANNE NATIONAL MARINE PARK
Set up in 1973, Ste Anne is the first national park in the Indian Ocean. Some fun activities to do include snorkeling, scuba diving, and glass-bottom boat rides.
VALLE DE MAI NATIONAL PARK
This is a UNESCO heritage site. It preserves a prehistoric forest with giant palm fruit trees unique to the Seychelles.