Top Things To Do In Seychelles


Tired of the hustle-bustle of speedy life, then a holiday to Seychelles is the best option for a relaxing vacation.

Seychelles is a chain of the coral isle of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean off East Africa. It’s home to many beaches, coral reefs, natural resources, and mountain forests. It has a year-round, warm, tropical climate. Hence, it is always a splendid time to indulge in many water sports.

Seychelles is a memorable tourist spot with high infrastructure. Its natural islands are the best attraction. Also, it is a safe place here, as the crime rate is low. Then there are no major natural hazards, no serious disease, no malaria, and the island is the hurricane zone.

Besides admiring the amazing landscapes, there are also mind-blowing fun and exhilarating fun activities that you can indulge in while you are in Seychelles.

Best time to visit Seychelles are the months of April, May, October and November.

So, what are you waiting for? You can have pleasurable things only when you book a flight.

After you have booked the flight here is what you have to check out on top activities, you can do to have fun.


The largest island of the archipelago boasts of verdant forests, has the highest mountain range of Seychelles, and over 65 beaches with a vast diversity of flora and fauna. It is famous for the Beau Vallon beach and various tourist attractions of Victoria City- which is one of the tiniest capital cities of the world.

You can experience her pink sands and beautiful granite boulders where the water laps. Here you can have the best of your vacation. You also can experience the azure water touching the horizon. It is best for bird-watching, sightseeing, photography, sunbathing, snorkelling.

Praslin Island

Praslin, or the Isle de Palme, is another popular for the Vallée de Mai UNESCO World Heritage Site and Coco de Mer grows here in abundance. This island is home to Anse Lazio and Anse Georgette that are probably two of the most beautiful beaches of the world.

This place has the beautiful Black Parrots, and they are very rare species which we can find in Praslin National park. This place even has the biggest coral riffs in Vallee de Mai and also visits the world’s biggest coconuts in Coco de Mer.

La Digue island

We know the boutique island for the granite boulders that adorn the stunning beaches, like Anse Source D’Argent. The island offers authentic island-style accommodations, and it also has traditional modes of transport, such as ox-carts and bicycles.

Cousine Island

This island is the nesting ground for several endangered & exotic species of birds & animals, like Seychelles brush warbler, hawksbill turtle, Seychelles magpie robin, Seychelles turtledove, and wedge-tailed shearwater. This is an untouched granite island and ecologically private one in this place. If you are seeking privacy, then you will receive the same.

You can also visit islands like Aride Island, Bird Island, Moyenne Island, Silhouette Island, Aldabra Island, Fregate Island. 

Now, we have to see the famous beaches of this place.

Anse Lazio

This beach ranks as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, according to the survey. Its premier attraction are the shady Takamaka trees, white sand, and glittering waters. This beach offers swimming and snorkelling. 

Anse Georgette

This beach is another breath-taking beauty, and it is also less busy and intimate. The speciality of this beach is it is rock-free and also coral free.

Other important beaches in Seychelles are Anse Source D’Argent, Beau Vallon Beach, and Anse Intendance.

Also, there are several National Parks.

Vallee de Mai National Park

This UNESCO World Heritage Site on Praslin island preserves a prehistoric forest that has several endemic species of flora and fauna for ages, like giant coco de mer fruit palm, vanilla orchids, splayed traveller’s palm, Seychelles bulbul, fruit pigeon, and a black parrot–the national bird of Seychelles. They allow tourists to hike along the marked trail.

Sainte Anne Marine National Park

This park is a group of 6 closely located islands off the coast of Mahe. The glass-bottom tour will take the travellers through the diverse marine life of the park’s coral reefs. Snorkelling and scuba diving are other highlights of fun activities in this park.

Among the other places to visit are Morne Seychellois National Park, Seychelles Natural History Museum, Sir Selwyn-Clarke Market, Cathedral of Our Lady of Immaculate Conception, and Mission Lodge Lookout.

Fun activities include Sunbathing, Scuba Diving & Snorkelling, Rock Climbing, Trekking, Golfing, Helicopter ride, Art Shopping, Enjoy BBQ on a full-day boat tour, Hiking, and Street food Tour. 

As Hans Christian Anderson pointed out 

To move, to breathe, to fly, to float, 

To gain all while you give,

To roam the roads of lands remote,

To travel is to live.

So, visiting Seychelles is like visiting a taste of Indian Ocean Paradise, and it is affordable and also memorable for your bucket list.

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