The Inner Islands of Seychelles are a group of islands which are marked by their granitic forms. Located mainly near the main islands of La Digue, Mahe and Praslin, the Inner Islands are more accessible than the remote Outer Islands of Seychelles. There are a total of 43 Inner Islands in Seychelles, 41 of which are granitic while 2 islands are coralline. Each of the inner islands offers a unique experience that makes them stand out from the rest of the islands and makes them worth visiting.
Generally visited on day trips, these islands, what they represent and their popularity is what makes tonnes of tourists flock to Seychelles. Hence, a large number of the Inner Islands' revenue is generated from tourism activities. That being said, a vast collection of these Islands are protected areas due to their role in the ecological balance or as a refuge to rare or endangered flora and fauna, and should not be tampered with.
Compare quotes from upto 3 travel agents for free