“Paradise on Earth” is what the Seychelles are called. Seemingly forgotten out in the middle of the Indian Ocean, a thousand miles from Africa, this archipelago of 115 islands stretches for hundreds of miles. About 80.000 Seychellois call these islands their home.
Island names such as Mahe , Praslin , La Digue , Aldabra and Desroches have enchanted travelers for years. Whichever way you turn, there is a lovely beach and clear waters.Year after year, the warm waters, high standards and friendly people draw visitors to these Jewels in the Ocean that are the Seychelles Islands. It’s as sea-sun-sand relaxing as it sounds.
Mahe is the largest island in size and population, with a dramatic mountainous interior, rich old growth rainforest and enough bays and coves to keep you beach hopping for months. Ringed with white sands and calm turquoise seas, and sprinkled with just a handful of small villages, Praslin is peaceful and sublime. Picture postcard beaches like Anse Lazio Praslin , enjoyed in slow motion. La Digue is an island that time forgot with the amazing beach of Anse Source D ‘argent.