The 115 Seychelles islands are now known for their beauty, exceptional richness and the many activities offered on each island.
Located west of the Indian Ocean, the Seychelles Islands are recognized as true jewels with their reefs and beaches of exceptional beauty. These islands are natural refuges for multiple animal and plant species. Thus, to start your visit, the Aldabra Atoll (composed of four large islands) will allow you to admire its beautiful coal population, dense aquatic fauna and flora. With a bit of luck, you will see giant tortoises there. The seabed is exceptional. Then, the Vallée de Mai, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, will make you vibrate with numerous endemic animals and plant species. You will also find the famous coco-fesses. If you pass by the Digue, do not hesitate to go to the Union Estate Park, the coconut grove of the island. You will then enjoy the beach of Anse Source d'Argent. Very quiet, this long beach with fine sand is particularly appreciated for its many grey granite rocks that dot its coast. It will be the ideal time for a romantic walk to see the sunset. On the islands of Seychelles, you will find nature reserves such as the Vallée de Mai on the island of Praslin (with nearly 4000 trees) or Le Morne National Park that will immerse you in the green nature of these incredible places. Then, head to Bird Island, home to millions of birds, including swallows, terns, straw-in-tails and white gygis, among others. After that, stop at Sir Selwyn Clarke Market - Victoria's central market to immerse yourself in local life, smell the scents of spices and especially find some specialities of the Seychelles Islands when drinking mango juice.