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Reasons Why You Should Visit Seychelles At Least Once - Highlighting 5 mind-blowing reasons!

Seychelles is a beautiful tropical island getaway that grows in popularity each year. Here are some of the must-see sites which compel tourists to visit Seychelles every year!


Anse Lazio

Praslin's Anse Lazio is a famous beach located on the second biggest island of Seychelles. It is one of the tropical beaches with picture-perfect views that you'll want to bask in and capture in your cameras to take it back home to remind you of this slice of paradise on earth. You will have to go walk over the little slope to get to the beach. If you believe the climb would be difficult, remember that it will be well worth your time. The beach is bordered by huge boulders, and the sand is white and powdery soft. The beautiful azure colour of the ocean is enchanting. The Anse Lazio has pretty much everything you might desire from a beach. Furthermore, finding all inclusive resorts in Seychelles for accommodation will be a wise decision. Anantara Maia Seychelles Villas, for example, is a good place to stay and has seasonal offers you can check out.


Baie Lazare

Seychelles is predominantly a beach destination, and as a result, it has some of the best beaches in the world. Another famous beach to visit is Baie Lazare, which is found in Mahe. This beach was named after a Frenchman named Lazare Picault, who was sent on a mission by his country to investigate these islands. The Baie Lazare Church is among the primary tourist attractions here, and it is known for the magnificent views of the surrounding region that visitors may enjoy when they come.


La Digue Island

This is the fourth largest in the Seychelles archipelago. This is a haven for nature lovers who want to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Traditional oxcarts, as well as bicycles, may be used to navigate about the island. Furthermore, the island is home to the most beautiful white sand beaches in the world. Granite outcroppings ring the beaches, giving a beautiful vista.


Curieuse Island

When visiting this archipelagic nation, you must take a day trip. If you're up for it, keep an eye out for Curieuse Island. Tortoises roam this island, and there are continuous breeding operations to ensure the species' survival. They are extremely autonomous and wander the beaches' coves on their own. Apart from Praslin, this is pretty much the only other site where you may observe coco de mer trees. This is the ideal spot for a relaxing day out.


Morne Seychellois National Park

The Morne Seychellois National Park is this amazing island nation's largest national park. The park covers over a quarter of the island of Mahe. For all avid hikers and wildlife enthusiasts, this is a dream come true. The tallest peak, which rises to 950 metres and overlooks Victoria, the capital, is the highest in the country. There are a variety of hiking paths to choose from. On your trek, you'll pass by some breathtaking sights too!

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