LA DIGUE is Seychelles’ third-largest island and home to about 2,500 residents. It is a small and beautiful island where you will find gorgeous beaches, crystal clear water and impressive boulders. It’s a very easy island to cycle, so everyone travels by bike.
Seychelles is a group of 115 islands where you will find transparent and turquoise water, beautiful beaches and huge granite boulders. While some of them are easy to access, others are quite challenging to reach, requiring some hiking or climbing the rocks. Here is my top 7 secluded beaches in Seychelles!
Mahé is a gorgeous island that has so much to offer: beautiful sandy beaches, lovely coastal roads and trekking routes, great takeaways and friendly people.
Praslin, the second-largest island of Seychelles, 45km northeast of Mahé, it is home to 8.000 residents. Although Praslin resembles Mahé a lot, it has a more chilled and laid back atmosphere. Not to mention fewer tourists.
Located in the Indian Ocean off the east coast of Africa, Seychelles is a group of 115 islands where you will find the most transparent and turquoise water, white-sand beaches, takamaka palms, granite boulders and a lot of birds, tortoises and vegetation. And also delicious local creole food!