If you’re a beach bum, you’re in for a treat at Seychelles, as it houses some of the most breathtaking remote islands, white sand beaches, and verdant peaks.
Break free from the humdrum of city life by lazing at the beautiful beaches, witnessing the breathtaking sceneries, and enjoying the water sports activities. Enjoy the sand, surf, and the sun by visiting Anse Lazio; Praslin that is a nature’s paradise renowned for its turquoise water, imposing boulder formations, and lofty palm trees. You can also visit Mahé Island that houses an indigenous variety of flora and fauna.
If you want to flock to a seaside destination where you can have an unlimited thrill and adventure, La Digue Island should be your ideal choice. It has some of the best beaches where you can spend your entire day wiggling your toes in the sand. So book the Seychelles packages and get ready to enliven your senses with the calming murmur of waves and the gentle nip of the soft breeze.
Anse Lazio, Praslin
This is one of the most beautiful beaches in the entire world, with a unique mix of golden sand, turquoise water, imposing boulder formations, and lofty palm trees. Coconut palms and takamaka trees fringe the beach, providing shade for relaxation. If you wander to the southern end of the beach, you’ll find huge coves that are easy to access. The beach is great for swimming and snorkeling as it has crystal clear water, a wide range of aquatic species, and few waves. There are many beach shacks and restaurants near the beach where you can enjoy seafood and other tasty cuisines.
This is the largest island in Seychelles that boasts of the highest mountain ranges, over sixty beaches with a diverse variety of flora and fauna, and verdant forests. The island is four miles wide and sixteen miles long, and it is the home to around 33% of the population of Seychelles. It also houses an indigenous variety of flora and fauna that are not found anywhere else in the world, such as the jellyfish tree. You can find tons of restaurants, resorts, bars, and shops near the beach, making it an ideal party hotspot for tourists.
La Digue Island
This is a small island situated in the Indian Ocean renowned for its surreal beauty and picturesque surroundings. The best thing to see on this island is the giant Aldabra Tortoises endemic to the Aldabra atoll. The beautiful island offers island-style accommodations and various traditional modes of transport, like bicycles and ox-carts. It has some of the most spectacular beaches like Anse Source d’Argent and Grand Anse that are strewn with pink granite rocks. Another splendid attraction here is the Veuve Nature Reserve, home to the black paradise flycatcher, also known as “the widow” because of its black tail feathers.
Vallée de Mai National Park
Vallée de Mai National Park is located on Praslin island and you can spot endemic species of flora and fauna here. It is described by the locals as a “Garden of Eden” due to its mystical and secluded nature. This lush palm-studded national park preserves a prehistoric forest that houses four thousand rare giant coco de mer palm species. You can also find here vanilla orchids, Seychelles bulbul, splayed traveler’s palm, black parrot –Seychelles national bird and fruit pigeon. There are various well-marked trails within the national park where you can enjoy hiking.
This is a picturesque beach with gorgeous white sand, turquoise blue water, and breathtaking surroundings. There are many restaurants, hotels, beach shacks, and shops near the beach. It is also considered to be the best place in Seychelles to enjoy the sunrise and the sunset. The calm water and low tides of this beach make it ideal for swimming and snorkeling. You can also enjoy various family games like volleyball and beach football here or hike along the beach to have the best experience of your life.
Baie Lazare, Mahé
This popular half-moon bay is renowned for its beautiful scenery, incredible turquoise water, beautiful granite boulders, and pristine white sand. It houses a beautiful village named after eighteenth-century French explorer Lazare Picault, sent here by the French government to explore the islands. The main tourist attraction of this bay is the Baie Lazare Church, dedicated to St. Francis. It also houses some of the stunning beaches, such as the Petite Anse and Anse Soleil, renowned for their dazzling white sand and striking azure water. The water is not very deep here, making it ideal for enjoying swimming and other water sports activities like windsurfing and snorkeling.