Seychelles is a kingdom for those who love beauty. We are yet to see a country that comes close to Seychelles when it comes to mesmerizing beaches. Are you we getting sentimental about Seychelles? You tell us because we are always loving Seychelles, the home of some of the best beaches in the world. However, we are not going to leave you bored at beaches like Anse Source d’Argent on La Digue. There are a lot of things you can do to make your stay in Seychelles exciting.
A Stroll in the Vallée de Mai
Praslin proudly has the Vallée de Mai, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, that is known as a ‘primeval forest.’ The forest covers 4,000 coco de mer palms and the site is mind-blowing. You can find the exotic black parrot here. The endemic coco de mer palms is one of the things that make Praslin a must visit when you are in Seychelles.
Visit, Victoria, a Tiny Beautiful Town
Abuja, Nigeria may be one of the coolest capitals in Africa, wait till you are in Victoria, one of the tiniest capitals in the world. The Creole-style buildings and cluster of roads make the capital unique. You can see the replica of Vauxhall Bridge Road in London when you see the Clock Tower in Victoria. Enough of junk foods when you are in Victoria, because there are organic meals to be eaten.
Come to La Digue’s Coconut Plantation
L’Union Estate is where you are going to find a coconut plantation that is massive. The ox-powered extraction machine is one of the attractions, not forgetting the cemetery where the original settlers were put to rest and Anse Source D’ Argent, one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.
Take a Boat Ride to Cousin Island and St Pierre
Cousin Island has become a successful story of conservation. Thanks to BirdLife International and Nature Seychelles that made sure that reptiles, endangered magpie robins live peacefully here. You are not allowed to disturb the wildlife when you move around with a guide. If you love snorkeling, you can head off to a water world called St Pierre islet.
Hike on Copolia Trail
When you begin the Copolia Trail, you may be disappointed with the initial descent that will take you through rubber tree forest and cinnamon. Not to worry, because the more you hike, the more adventurous activities pop up from the blues. There are many things to see and do while you are in this part of Seychelles.