Explore The Beautiful Seychelles Islands

Seychelles Islands

The Seychelles Islands, A Beautiful Tourism Destination 

Seychelles Islands are so much more than sun, sea and sand and our new interactive map is your best guide to what fun awaits you on your holiday. Seychelles Islands are so much more than sunsea and sand and our new interactive map is your best guide to what fun awaits you on your holiday

Below Are Some of The Best Things About Seychelles That Define Why You Should Plan Your Visit To Seychelles Soon With Go Places Holidays.

Surf At Anse Intendance

Image Courtesy – Seychelles Tourism Board

Anse Intendance is a popular surfing location in Mahe, Seychelles. Kids can try a bit of rock climbing as well. The postcard perfect location is about 20 miles from Victoria and is easily accessible by public transportation.

Curieuse Island And Its Sea Coconut!  

Image Courtesy – Seychelles Tourism Board

Curieuse is a small island north of Praslin. It is popular for its red coloured soil and more importantly, a local variant of coconut, called locally as Coco De Mer or sea coconut or Lodoicea. The only other island where the legendary Coco de Mer, the world’s heaviest and leargest nut, can be found is the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Vallee de Mai, on Praslin island. Curieuse island is the only uninhabited island where the Aldabra tortoise roam freely and can be seen in their natural habitat. Aldabra tortoises are the heaviest and oldest land tortoises in the world, found in Aldabra and other islands of Seychelles. These land dwelling tortoises live for about 80 to 120 years.

Relax at Beau Vallon, Mahe

Image Courtesy – Seychelles Tourism Board

A popular beach with a lot of water sports, parasailing, scuba facility or just plain swimming, Beau Vallon is ideal for visiting with kids, as there are no sharp rocks/corals and no risk of strong currents. Innumerable restaurants and resorts make this beach area in Seychelles highly desirable.

Visit The National Parks

West Coast Mahè-Image Courtesy – Seychelles Tourism Board

Seychelles has a lot of national parks. Morne Seychelles National Park in Mahe and Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve in Praslin are highly recommended for hikes and trails, while Ste Anne marine national park provides a glimpse into the beautiful marine life of Seychelles with the best snorkelling and diving sites. Spending time up close with nature will fully refresh and energize you. An entry fee applies but is totally worth it.

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