Seychelles: Top Tourist Attractions 2023!

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Ruchika Mandora

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It is paradise for hikers and nature enthusiasts. The largest national park in the Seychelles covers approximately 20% of Mahé.

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Morne Seychellois National Park

Anse Lazio (Chevalier Bay) on Praslin Island's north shore is one of Seychelles' most stunning beaches. 

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Anse Lazio, Praslin

In 1973, Ste Anne National Marine Park became the first Indian Ocean national park, covering six islands.

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Ste Anne Marine National Park

This little, secluded ribbon of sand on Mahé's south coast is a popular surfing site due to its frequent huge swells and ferocious waves.

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Anse Intendance, Mahé

Beau Vallon's shimmering sand curve on Mahé's northwest coast attracts tourists and locals. Mountainous Silhouette Island shimmers over the horizon.

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Beau Vallon Beach

The neo-Gothic Baie Lazare Church, dedicated to St. Francis of Assisi, offers a panoramic view of the area and is a popular tourist attraction.

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Baie Lazare, Mahé

Coral reefs are offshore and warm, shallow water lapping the sun-bleached dunes. Swimming with tiny children is safe in calm waters.

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Anse Volbert

It's also a great place to go if you want to see how people used to live on islands. Bicycles and oxcarts are common ways to get around.

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La Digue Island

This beautiful park protects a prehistoric forest that contains at least 4,000 individuals of the rare enormous coco de mer fruit palm

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Vallée de Mai National Park, Praslin

Curieuse Island, known as Île Rouge for its russet-toned dirt, now breeds enormous tortoises that roam the sandy coves.

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Curieuse Island Day Trip