There is no better way to spend your vacation than on an exotic island like Seychelles. It offers visitors a world of enthrallment and charm, from scenic beaches with tropical charm to delicious seafood. The destination is home to some of Africa’s best beaches and offers visitors the opportunity to indulge in exciting water activities.
- Anse Source D’Argent, La Digue
Among the most beautiful places to see in Seychelles, Anse Source D’Argent is a large and wide beach. The picturesque beach is split into various sections by the large boulders that provide quiet and isolated spots for those looking for some intimate beach moments.
- Vallée de Mai National Park: UNESCO World Heritage Site
This UNESCO World Heritage Site on Praslin island is known to preserve a prehistoric forest that has been housing several endemic species of flora and fauna for ages. These include giant coco de mer fruit palm, vanilla orchids, splayed traveler’s palm, Seychelles bulbul, fruit pigeon, and black parrot – the national bird of Seychelles. Tourists can take a hike along the marked trail within the national park.
- Seychelles Natural History Museum, Victoria
One of the most important tourist attractions of Seychelles, the National History Museum in Victoria city exhibits flora, fauna, and geological history of the archipelago. The museum also imparts awareness about the major environmental problems so as to preserve the natural heritage.
Opening hours: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm (Monday – Thursday); 8:30 am – 12 noon (Friday, Saturday); Sunday closed
- Sir Selwyn Selwyn-Clarke Market, Victoria
The busy and colorful market in the Victoria city of Mahé island has been the best among the places to visit in Seychelles for shopping since the time it first opened in 1840. One can buy fresh fruits, vegetables, fish, and spices. A plethora of shops selling souvenirs, clothing, and local artworks further complement the charm of the bustling marketplace.
- Sainte Anne Marine National Park
The Sainte Anne Marine National Park is a group of 6 closely located islands off the coast of Mahé. The glass-bottom excursion takes the travellers through the diverse marine life of the park’s coral reefs. Snorkelling and scuba diving are other highlights that make the national park one of the best places to visit in Seychelles.
- Aldabra Island
The world’s largest raised coral atoll, Aldabra Island is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The island is known to have a volcanic origin. Tourists can spot numerous bird and animal species on the island. These include tiger sharks, manta rays, white-throated Aldabra rail (the only flightless bird in the Indian Ocean), dimorphic egrets, Aldabra sacred ibis, malagasy kestrel, and giant land tortoises.
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