Tourist Attractions Seychelles
Shark Bank is considered to be the best diving spot in the Seychelles. A granite plateau interweaved with massive granite boulders set the scene with never ending amazement of a rich marine life.
Curieuse Island is a small granitic island (1.78 sq mi) in the Seychelles close to the north coast of the island of Praslin. Curieuse is notable for its bare red earth intermingled with the unique Coco de Mer palms, one of the cultural icons of the Seychelles, only being present on the two islands
The Morne Seychellois National Park is the largest in Seychelles and was created in 1979. It covers a total surface area of 3,045 hectares, more than 20% of Mahé . It is 10km in length and between 2km and 4km wide and equipped with an extensively trail network covering more than 15km
Anse Source D'argent
Located in the north of La Digue, a long sandy beach of dazzling white with huge granite blocks in a blue azure sea surrounded by swaying palm trees. Anse source D'argent is really a piece of paradise on earth.
Aldabra, the world's second largest coral atoll, in the Aldabra Group of islands in the Indian Ocean that form part of the Seychelles. Uninhabited and extremely isolated, Aldabra is virtually untouched by humans.
The unimagineably beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Site that is the Vallée de Mai. Nestled in a tiny valley in the centre Praslin National Park, Seychelles. This small reserve is home to the spectacular Coco De Mer tree which harbours the world's largest nut as well as the world's largest leaves. Also home to the endemis and rare Seychelles black parrot
You’re planning a trip to the Seychelles? Nature was very generous with these 115 islands scattered in the Indian Ocean and has spoiled them rotten. Undeniably, the beaches are the big attraction, and what beaches: exquisite ribbons of white sand lapped by topaz waters and backed by lush hills, big glacis boulders and nary a crowd in sight
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