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Places to Visit in Seychelles

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Places to Visit in Seychelles

Seychelles is an archipelago in the Indian Ocean. The places to visit in Seychelles are many and varied. The country is known for its stunning coastline, undisturbed wildlife, and high-end tourism. This group of islands features both coral and granite islands. Being closer to the Line of Equator, the region experiences pleasant and warm temperatures throughout the year. Let’s take a closer look at some of the most popular places to see in Seychelles:

The capital city of Victoria is famous for uber-cool nightlife, lively markets, and downtown landmarks. Seychelles National Botanical Gardens, St Paul's Cathedral, Rond-Point de l'Indépendance, Sir Selwyn Clarke Market, and Little Ben Tower are prominent tourist attractions in Seychelles.

The larger, granitic islands of the Seychelles (Mahé, Praslin, and La Digue) are visited more often by tourists. Mahé Island takes pride in verdant forests, tallest mountains of Seychelles, and a vast diversity of flora and fauna. The island attracts travelers to the Beau Vallon Beach and the numerous landmarks of Victoria – one of the smallest national capitals of the world.

Praslin Island, which is also called the Isle de Palme, is mainly known for the Vallée de Mai – a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The reserve is the only place in the world which grows the coco de mer – the largest nut in the world. The island also boasts Anse Lazio and Anse Georgette, both of which are often placed among the most beautiful beaches of the world. La Digue Island is more rural and laid-back in character. It is known for the granite boulders along stunning beaches such as Anse Source D’Argent. Travelers can enjoy biking and ox-cart riding on the island.  

The world’s second largest coral atoll, Aldabra Island is a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1982. The island is home to a large population of giant tortoises. Famous for lizard population, Aride Island Nature Reserve is home to many endemic flowers and it is a breeding ground of 18 species of seabirds. Bird Island is populated by millions of migratory birds in the winter season, May through November. Moyenne Island is where the Giant Tortoises roam nonchalantly. Silhouette Island is one of the best places to visit in Seychelles for honeymoon.

Silhouette Island, Fregate Island, Sainte Anne Marine National Park, Morne Seychellois National Park, Mission Lodge Lookout, and Anse Volbert are also the best places to visit in Seychelles.


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Praslin Museum in Seychelles

A privately owned museum is located near the Cote D’Or beach on the north coast of the Praslin Island. The Praslin Museum is an ideal place to get an insight into Seychellois traditions and culture. Visitors in Seychelles can also taste the finest local cuisine in Praslin Museum.

The museum hosts also provide knowledge of...

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Victoria in Seychelles

Founded in late 18th century, Victoria is the capital city of Seychelles and is located on the northeastern coast of Mahé Island, the archipelago's largest island. This tiny capital boasts layered history and vibrant architecture. Victoria falls under three Districts of Seychelles: English River, Saint Louis, and Mont Fl

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Anse Volbert in Seychelles

A gently arching beach is the most popular stretch of sand on the Praslin Island. A great spot for sunbathing, it's also ideal for water sports. Anse Volbert is also known as Cote d’Or, meaning the Golden Coast.

At 2600 meters, Anse Volbert is the longest beach on the Praslin Island. It is also one of the most popular bea...

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Aride Island Nature Reserve in Seychelles

A visit to Aride Island in Seychelles is an essential stop for any visitor to discover what these islands were like before human settlement. Aride Island is the northernmost island of Seychelles’ granitic islands. It comprises an area of roughly 68 hectares, and is 1.6 kilometer long and 0.6 km wide.

Aride Island shelters ...

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Palm-fringed bay has a narrow sandy beach
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Baie Lazare in Seychelles

Named after the French explorer Lazare Picault, Baie Lazare or Lazare Bay is located on the island of Mahé in Seychelles. This palm-fringed bay has a narrow sandy beach on the southwestern coast and the bay is one of the quieter spots in Seychelles.

The Kempinski Resort and the Lazare Picault Hotel are located on either s...

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A remarkably low-key ambience
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Beau Vallon in Seychelles

Beau Vallon is located three kilometers from the city of Victoria on Mahé Island. About 1.7 km in length, it is located on the northwest coast. Although it is one of the most popular beaches in Seychelles, Beau Vallon has a remarkably low-key ambience when compared with other tropical destinations in the world. One can simp...

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Cousin Island in Seychelles

A birdwatcher’s paradise. Cousin Island is a small granitic island in the Seychelles. Comprising an area of 34 hectares, the island is located 2 kilometers west of Praslin. The entire island is a protected as a Special Reserve since 1975. It is overlooked by Nature Seychelles, a nonprofit organization working with BirdLife ...

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Morne Seychellois National Park in Seychelles

Created in 1979, the Morne Seychellois Park on the island of Mahé is the largest national park in Seychelles. The park comprises a total area of 3,045 hectares, which is more than 20% of Mahé Island.

The stunning coastline of Mahé is definitely the main draw for travelers in Seychelles. However, visitors must take the tim...

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Sainte Anne Marine National Park in Seychelles

Created in 1973, Sainte Anne Marine National Park encompasses eight small islands in the Indian Ocean. The national park is located in the Mont Fleuri district near the capital city of Victoria in Seychelles.  

First of its kind in the Indian Ocean, this marine national park covers a total area of 14.45 square kilometers a...

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The best place for some peace and quiet
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Vallée de Mai National Park in Seychelles

The Praslin Island in Seychelles is home to a national park and also a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1983. Comprising an area of 19.5 hectares, the Vallée de Mai National Park is mainly a palm forest that has remained unchanged since the first exploration of Seychelles.

The national park features a well-preserved palm ...

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Where is Seychelles located?

The Seychelles archipelago is located about 1,500 kilometers east of the coast of Africa in the Indian Ocean. 

What is the best time to visit Seychelles?

Since Seychelles experiences pleasant temperatures throughout the year, it’s never a bad time to visit this tropical destination. November through February remains the most popular season. 

What are the major attractions in Seychelles?

Most of the attractions are located on three largest islands in Seychelles: Mahe, Praslin, and La Digue. The National History Museum, Anse Volbert, Anse Major, Vallee de Mai National Park, Morne Seychellois National Park, Aride Island Nature Reserve, and Beau Vallon are popular attractions. 

What kind of accommodation options are available in Seychelles?

Seychelles is a luxury holiday destination so, most accommodations are available in form of high-end resorts and beach resorts. However, guesthouses and lodges are available in Mahe and Praslin Islands. 

How safe is it to travel to Seychelles?

Seychelles is a politically stable country. The islands are located outside of cyclone belt so there is no urgent threat of thunderstorms. Avoid going outdoors or to remote islands when the rainfall is incessant. 

How is the weather in Seychelles in December?

The weather in December is fairly cloudy at times and rainfall is pretty common due to the Northwest Monsoon. So, if you're looking for a sunny holiday in December, Seychelles weather is not ideal.