Victoria is one of the smallest capitals in the world which can be explored in a pleasant two-hour of walk. Visit the main market Victoria which is open every Saturday. The most of the population come here to buy fruits, vegetables, fish and household goods. The spectacle is very unusual and must be visited by those who want to get to know Creole culture. Here you can find the most exotic: from mango, papaya and jackfruit to huge sizes of tuna.
Visit the National Botanic Garden of Victoria. Here everything blooms and lives its life 365 days a year. At the entrance visitors are greeted by a picturesque avenue from the high Seychellois palm trees, known all over the world for their coco de-mer nuts.
La Misere View Point
Passing along the road La Misere, be sure to stop at the observation deck La Misere View Point from where you can enjoy a delightful view of the island of Eden, which boasts clean white beaches and chic luxury hotels
Royal garden on the island of Mahe
Be sure to visit the Royal Garden on the island of Mahe. İt’s a real encyclopedia of botany. Here you can see how the avocado matures, grow bananas, black pepper, cinnamon, nutmeg, cocoa and lemons. From the open veranda of the restaurant opens an extraordinary view to the ocean, which stands out from the thick green thickets.
Beau Vallon Beach
The most popular beach on the island is among tourists and locals. He fell in love with both because of the white sand, the azure waters of the ocean and the picturesque boulders. The beach is known for its white sand, azure waters of the ocean and picturesque boulders.
The beach of Lazio is a pearl of Seychelles. Lazio Beach is located in the northern part. İt’s literally drowns in the greenery, which in creates a pleasant and cool shadow.
Ance Georgette can rightly claim to be the best beach on the island, quietly hides in the territory of the Constance Lemuria, preserving its original appearance. The most pleasant thing is that according to the law in Seychelles all beaches are public. Therefore everyone has the opportunity to visit this secluded and hidden piece of paradise.
National Reserve Ferdinand Foundation
The Fund of Ferdinand is a very well-managed, private nature park reserve. The park is beautiful and offers a lot to be seen, especially for the low entrance fee.
La Digue Island
If you are looking for a relaxed island vibe, with beautiful beaches and just a touch of local life, La Digue fits the bill perfectly. The smallest of the three main inhabited islands, La Digue has a tiny population of just 2,000 people. With no airport, and just a handful of road vehicles, this is an extremely laid back place, with some of the most iconic beaches in the Seychelles. It’s possible to visit La Digue as a daytrip from either Mahe or Praslin, but in order to truly soak up the atmosphere and explore you may want to stay for a few days.
Alphonse Island is a private island resort located in the Seychelles Archipelago, in the heart of the Indian Ocean. This little slice of Eden boasts white sand beaches, intertwined with coconut groves and lush tropical plantations.