From exploring the popular beaches to sailing out to the other islands in the archipelago, make sure you don’t miss these top attractions in the Seychelles!
My two favourites are Anse (meaning bay in the local language, Kreole) Intendance, and Anse Lazio, which regularly features in surveys of the worlds best beaches.
The Seychelles is made up of 115 islands, and whilst many of these are uninhabited, getting on a plane or a boat and taking some time to visit them is really worth doing.
I would recommend taking a stroll around the market, a vibrantly colourful affair where local traders will happily sell you all manner of goods, from locally picked fruit and vegetables to souvenirs to the catch of the day.
This was thought to be the Garden of Eden when discovered by early explorers, and it’s not hard to see why.
With its crystal-clear waters boasting visibility of up to 30 meters, you’ll be treated to a mesmerizing world of vibrant coral reefs teeming with diverse marine life.