You will be forgiven for believing you’ve somehow found yourself in paradise, after just a few days in Seychelles. The truth is; Seychelles is a paradise of sort. It is an idyllic archipelago of 115 islands set in the warm Indian Ocean.
Only a few of the islands are inhabited, with 90% of the population living in Mahé, the biggest of the islands.
With some of the best beaches in the world, along with a host of spectacular coral reefs, Seychelles is a top tourist destination for watersports such as snorkeling and scuba diving; while the island’s idyllic and romantic setting is a great attraction for lovers and honeymooners.
Seychelles is also home to some endemic plant species like the Coco de Mer; animals like the Aldabra giant tortoise and the rare black parrot.