Seychelles An Amazing Holiday Destination

Seychelles As An Amazing Tourism Destination

Seychelles An Amazing Holiday Destination

Seychelles is a popular holiday destination that is found off the east coast of Africa. It is renowned for its powder-white beaches and turquoise waters. There are, however, other perks to living in a 115-island archipelago in the western  Indian Ocean. The environment is so green, so colorful, that when you travel to the northern hemisphere you wonder if the trees need some green paint added to their leaves. Remember green is also one of the most relaxing colors. It can help you restore your energy. You can spend your weekends and downtime on the beach, some of the most beautiful ones in the world, and you don’t even have to spend hours in the car to get there. Seychelles should definitely be on your bucket list!

Below are some of the main Islands in Seychelles:

Mahé Island

Mahé is 28 km long and the largest of the 115 Seychelles islands. With almost 72,000 inhabitants, it’s home to roughly 90 percent of the total population of the Seychelles.

Mahé is also the location of the city of Victoria, the smallest capital city in the world. The island is suitable for all who desire a variety of entertainment options due to Mahe’s very animated nature as well as having the largest selection of accommodations among the islands. It’s a good idea to make Mahé the last stop of your island-hopping journey.


Praslin Island

It’s the second-largest island. Often called the “Garden of Eden”, the island contains many of the most beautiful beaches on the Seychelles. Due to the small size of Praslin and the easy to use bus network, there’s no need to shell out money for a rental car.

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La Digue

It is the smallest and the one with the slowest and most relaxing pace of the three main islands of the Seychelles. If you’re searching for silence or nature tours, then search no further than La Digue. There are no busses, only a few cars (which are taxis) and virtually no street lights. The only thing you need is a bike and which can be rented at your accommodation or at the port.

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Activities To Do While In Seychelles

Being home to three wonderful hiking trails presenting a view to die for, there is zip-lining, rock climbing and abseiling activities in Mahe Island along with plenty of perfect diving spots in the country. While in Seychelles you should consider trying out the following activities:


Ziplining is one of the most popular in Seychelles. The advantage of this activity is that people of all age groups are allowed to participate. Definitely gliding through a forest canopy is one of the must-do activities in Seychelles.



This is one of the Seychelles activities that excite the visitor, is the hiking in the capital city of Mahe Island. As most of the islands are made of granite rocks, which form the giant boulders guarding the Seychelles Sea and standing as a symbol of this archipelago, the middle of the islands are quite mountainous despite being surrounded by stunning white-sand beaches.

Explore The Beautiful Nature Walks & Trails In Seychelles


Rock Climbing

This activity is mainly done around Ephelia Constance resort. Huge granite rocks can be found all around Mahe Island, guarding the pristine water against every side. The rocks forming the huge mountains in the island make Mahe a favourite spot for hiking. This activity is also very safe and anybody above 4 years old can opt for it.


Being an island country, diving is a must when one visits Seychelles. Its beaches are clear and immensely beautiful, making it a perfect destination for diving. Seychelles sea has crystal clear water with perfect visibility, making it a heaven for divers.

Enjoy An Amazing Diving Experience In Seychelles


Kayak Tour

Kayaking is historically one of the earliest forms of paddling, with archaeological evidence suggesting highly developed craft were paddled by skilled hunter-fishermen as far back as 500 BC. In fact, Seychelles is the perfect sea kayaking destination because there are so many islands in close proximity to one another. By kayaking from island to island, kayakers are able to see lots of different landmarks and small and discover hidden coves that are not always accessible to the average tourist.



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