Seychelles Travel Guide

Places to visit in Seychelles

1. Anse Lazio

Northern edge of the Parasline Island, the Anse Lazio (Chevalier Bay) is one of the most beautiful beaches on the island, with two major international airports including Paris-Oral. Surrounded by round granite stone, this long route of white sand merges with crystal clear water in blue colorful colors. The shallow eastern end is protected by coral reefs and offers excellent swimming and snorkeling opportunities. Takamaka tree can provide shade spots for comfort, beach beaches, and hunger bathing restaurants can be refilled on both sides of the beach.

Places to visit in Seychelles

2. Baie Lazare

The beautiful village of Baie Lazare was named after 18th-century French explorer Lazare Picault, who landed here when the French government sent him to explore the islands. One of the area's main tourist attractions is the Neo Gothic Anse Royale Church, St. Francis of Assisi, dedicated to providing panoramic views of the area. The luxury resort here is favorite along the beaches, and striking Anse Soleil and the smallest angle striking with their blue water and shiny white sand striking.

3. Anc Volbert

On the northeast coast of Praslin, Anc Volbert (also known as Cote d'Or) is one of the island's most popular beaches. Hot, shallow water, sun bleached sand lap, and coral reefs are called by offshore gesture only. Quiet water are also safe for swimming with small children. The main resort of NC Volbert Island is one of the areas and visitors lining the banks lining will find many hotels and restaurants.

4. Valle De Mai National Park

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Valle De Mai National Park is a prehistoric forest that contains at least 4,000 examples of the giant Coco de mer fruit palm (unique to the Seychelles), vanilla orchids, palmiste, latanier, splayed palm, and Chinese fans Includes included. This reserve of nature lovers, birders, and photographers, where trees enjoy the discovery of an overhead canopy farm, and large prehistoric stones are scattered throughout the forest floor. In the valley such as Shells Bulbul, Pigeon Fruit, and Seychelles, home for many species of lizards and rare birds in the form of a national bird of black parrot. Visitors can increase marked trace marks. Rated a "easy" increase, depending on the route it takes from 45 minutes to two hours.

5. Cousin Island

Founded in 1968, Cachée Island is mainly reserved for the Five of Seychelles' eleven endemic land birds - Seychelles magpie robin, Seychelles sunbird, Seychelles fody, Seychelles blue pigeon and the Seychelles warbler and Hawksbill Turtle. The island is approximately 2 km from Praslin Island, and birders can increase trails to spot some of the Seychelles rare species. Residents include the Seychelles Magpie Robin, Seychelles Brush Singer, Seychelles Turtledove, and Kiel Tail Shearwater. The reserve also includes breeding grounds for lower noddies, fairy terns, and tropicbirds.

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