From exquisite crowd free white sandy beaches culminating to calm turquoise waters, unspoiled jungles full of unique flora and fauna, to magnificent coral reefs and a wide variety of marine life, Seychelles offers stunning natural beauty, creating the perfect getaway for any ardent traveller seeking to experience nature at its best.

Seychelles is country made up of a group of 115 islands located in the Indian Ocean, 1500km off the coast of east Africa.

The vast majority of the islands are not inhabited, with Mahe, Praslin and La Digue being the most populous.

Preservation of nature has taken the centre stage in Seychelles with most of the islands remaining as nature reserves. Large areas of land remain protected even on the three most inhabited islands with several Unesco world heritage site scattered around the country.

There are numerous sites to visit and a myriad of activities to engage in Seychelles bolstered by an all year warm tropical climate which makes it a great destination any time of the year.

Each of the 115 islands has its own beauty and attractions but there are those that stand out and are a must visit including:-

Mahe Island
Home to victoria city, capital of Seychelles, Mahe is the largest and most populous of the 115 islands. It is the entry point into Seychelles and boasts of 65 silver beaches, the highest mountain in the country; Morne Seychellois Peak (2969ft)and rare plants and animals that can be found in Morne Seychellois National Park, National Botanical Gardens and St Anne National Marine Park.

Praslin Island
It is the second largest of the Seychelles archipelago and only 15 minutes away, by air, from Mahe. It is home to Anse Lazio, one of the most beautiful beaches in the world according to several international surveys.

The Valle De Mai Nature Reserve, believed by some to be the biblical ‘Garden of Eden’ and renown for the unique vanilla orchids and coco de mer is found on the island.

La Digue Island
La Digue is the third largest island in terms of population but the fourth largest in size after Mahe, Praslin and Silhouette Island.

Its main attractions include the most photographed beach in the world, Anse Source d’Argent, which has also provided the backdrop for filming of world renowned films such as Cast Away and Robinson Crusoe.

Visitors can also go hiking, take a diving or boat trip for a spectacular view of diverse marine life, or visit the Veuve Nature Reserve to see the giant tortoises of Aldabra and the rare black paradise fly catcher which is critically endangered.

Its roads are very narrow and the most common mode of getting around is by foot, bicycles or ox-carts.

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