The beauties of the Seychelles
Seychelles is an archipelago containing 115 small islands. Each of these islands is special in their own way. Most of them have unique features which make them more valuable and interesting. Besides having good and unique features you will also notice that it is a place of harmony. The Seychellois are welcoming and are always willing to help their guest.
The Seychelles is famous for its mountain rainforest which is Morne Seychellois National Park, white sandy beaches, rare animals (Aldabra tortoises) and the famous Mahé island, the largest and main island of Seychelles.
There are also many Seychelles activities that you should check out!
How can we talk about the beauties of the Seychelles without mentioning its capital Port Victoria! The latter is located in Mahé where a large proportion of the Seychellois lives. The city was established and named by the British in 1814 after the Treaty of Paris.
Among the beauties of the Seychelles is its culture! Port Victoria is the ideal place to learn about its culture and learn about its history. There are many attractions in the capital, some having interesting historical backgrounds! Some famous attractions are the Courthouse, the Victoria National Museum of History, the Victoria Market and the clock tower which was modelled after the Big Ben clock tower in London, England.
The Wild Life of the Seychelles
The Fauna of the Seychelles consists of bird species which are exclusively found in the Seychelles! Indeed, there are 12 endemic bird species which resides in the archipelago and you could be among the lucky ones to spot them!
The 12 endemic bird species are namely: Seychelles blue pigeon, the Seychelles black parrot, Seychelles magpie robin, Seychelles scops owl, Seychelles warbler, Seychelles sunbird, Seychelles White-eye, Seychelles fody, Seychelles black paradise flycatcher, Seychelles Kestrel, the Seychelles bulbul and the Seychelles swiftlet. Among those, the Seychelles black parrot is the national bird of Seychelles.
Among other rare fauna species in the Seychelles includes the Aldabra tortoise, 26 species of crabs among which lies the coconut crab, 20 species of lizard and six species of frogs.
On the Flora side, the Seychelles encloses unique endemic species such as the Coco de mer, the Seychelles paradise flycatcher, the jelly fish tree and the Seychelles warbles.
Morne Seychellois National Park
The most effective way to contemplate the Flora and Fauna of the Seychelles is through a visit to the Morne Seychellois Nation Park.
The Morne Seychellois National Park in the Seychelles is the largest park of all the Seychelles. The park literally covers 20 % of the largest island of the Seychelles, Mahé. It reaches a height of 905 M which actually overlook the capital city of the island.
The Morne Seychellois National Park have different hiking trails one of which passes through tea plantations, giving you the ideal opportunities of exploring the mesmerising views of the southwest coast of the island where you would end the trail at Baie Terney and Port Launay Marine Parks.
The other trail is directed to the northwest where you will end the journey at Bel ombre. The latter is an isolated beach which is situated at Anse Major. During this trail you will find several endemic birds and panoramic views.
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Situated in Mahé, Anse Intendance has one of the most gorgeous beaches of this island. This spot is the most suitable place for suffers. As a matter of fact the Anse Intendance is also known for its frequent wild waves which make it a great spot for windsurfing.
In addition, Anse Intendance is also a favourite spot for sunbathers and photographers. This beach is the best place to take some good photos under the shades of the palm trees. You will also notice some turtles nest along the beach. Some restaurants and bars can be found in the near vicinity. As for the parking space, it is quite spacious and you will have no problem finding a spot for your vehicle.
Found in the island of the northwest coast of the Mahé Island, the little piece of heaven is like a magnet attracter to the tourist as well the locals. The view from the shore is mesmerising, you can spot the Silhouette islands on the horizon.
Enjoy the glittering sand under your feet with a cold beer and watch the waves gently meet the golden sand beach! Feels like Paradise on earth, isn’t it? I bet you would dream to experience such a holiday. This experience can only be achieved in the Seychelles at Beau Vallon!
The most beautiful beach on Mahé is the best place to bring your children to have a nice day at the beach. The spacious beach allows the children to enjoy themselves. Thanks to the calmness of the sea, you can enjoy water sport such as jet skis. Beau Vallon is among the most secured public places in the Seychelles where you have lifeguards patrolling the beach.
Praslin has an area of 38.5 kilometres square which makes it the second biggest island of the Seychelles next to Mahé Island. Praslin is a famous tourist destination enclosing several gorgeous beaches such as Anse Georgette and Ange Lazio. Many resorts and hotels in Seychelles have settled along its coast offering water based activities on the exquisite lagoons of Praslin.
There is even a UNESCO world heritage site found in Praslin named the Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve. Several endemic species of the island can be found at the reserve such as the Coco de Mer. You can also book your stay at the Coco de Mer hotel for your holiday in the Seychelles.
Do not miss the chance of visiting the stunning and unspoiled beauties of the islands. Choosing the Seychelles as a destination can be the best decision you ever took in your life.