The largest island in Seychelles, Mahe is home to Victoria, the capital of Seychelles and the International airport, making it the starting part of all trips to Seychelles. With some of the world's best beaches, Mahe is famous as a honeymoon destination and attracts visitors from across the world.
Victoria, the tiny capital city is the perfect place to get a glimpse of daily life of Seychellois, and the Creole culture.
Amongst the world's smallest capitals and home to country's one-third population, Victoria is not to be missed. Take a day or two off your visit schedule to explore the town's old colonial buildings including a replica of London's clock tower, savour the Creole cuisine or get a lively experience at Sir Selwyn Clarke Market.
The second-largest out of 115 islands in Seychelles, Praslin has always been one of the wilder yet laid-back islands, with tropical forests, nature reserves and a host of beaches.
Out of the 115 islands that make this beautiful country, La Digue is the fourth largest in size and third largest in population with around 2,000 residents that live mainly in the village of La Passe. This leaves the rest of the island virtually uninhabited which lets the island retain its natural beauty.
A place which not only defines but glorifies the terms gorgeous, Anse Takamaka is truly a piece of paradise nestled in Seychelles. The natural beauty and the enthralling beach make it a perfect dream destination for people who love nature and adore the beauty of the beaches. Surrounded by the tropical ambience, this place is visited by people almost round the clock, most of the visitors being young and adventure lovers who come here to explore the hidden gems of beauty.
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