The 115 heavenly islands of the Seychelles are particularly suitable for a dream holiday. Indeed, a trip to the Seychelles archipelago promises many beautiful memories, each one more beautiful than the next, which will be due to the incredible beauty of each island that makes up the archipelago, but also to the warm population that will welcome you.
You will not have time to get bored during your travel stay in this country since many occupations will attract your attention to mention only seaside activities or simply tourism in museums or other national parks in the region.
Enjoy the seaside activities in the Seychelles
SychellesSome of Seychelles’ beaches are world-renowned for their beauty. Like Anse Source d’Argent on La Digue or Anse Georgette on Praslin. Moreover, it would be a real shame not to take advantage of it if you want to take a trip to the Seychelles soon. Indeed, the Seychelles beaches are perfectly suited to various seaside activities, both nautical and for idleness. With the quality of its waters and the richness of its seabed, scuba diving and snorkeling are the most popular activities.
Explore the different national parks
Although water sports are the main occupations of holidaymakers in the Seychelles, it is also possible to explore its extraordinary national parks. For example, if you are staying in Mahé, then be sure to visit Morne Seychellois National Park. You can explore it through the 15 km of hiking trails. Otherwise, on the northwest side of the island, the Port Launay Marine Park is perfectly suited for a variety of water activities in a paradisiacal setting. In addition, if you pass through Praslin, the famous “Vallée de Mai” nature reserve included in Praslin National Park is a must. The latter is especially famous for the sea coconut forest that it shelters and which produces the largest seeds in the world: the famous coconut buttock.
Discover the Seychelles museums
If you would like to learn a little more about local culture when you visit the Seychelles, then a short visit to the Praslin Museum is a must. It is a private museum that focuses on the habits and customs of the Seychelles. In fact, he exhibits several traditional objects, including musical instruments. In addition, you can also taste Seychelles cuisine in this museum. If you are not too keen on going out into the wilderness, then a visit to the Natural History Museum will give you the opportunity to discover the rich flora and fauna of the Seychelles. It is located on Mahé, in the city of Victoria, the Seychelles capital.