Seychelles is known for
Anse Cocos Secluded and blissfully beautiful on La Digue.
Anse Source d'Argent La Digue slice of paradise with perfect sand, stone and water.
Anse Marron Another La Digue stunner backed by granite boulders and palm trees.
Anse Lazio On Praslin and simply as gorgeous as you'll find in the Indian Ocean.
Anse Soleil On the west coast of Mahé and somewhere close to heaven.
Grand Anse Quieter than other Seychelles stunners and every bit as beautiful.
Tea Factory to Morne Blanc Climb to the Seychelles' summit for superlative views.
Copolia The most popular walk on Mahé in Morne Seychellois National Park.
Morne Seychellois National Park The Seychelles' best hiking.
Vallée de Mai Easy short hikes through a fabulous ancient palm forest.
Silhouette Reap the natural rewards while hiking to Anse Mondon.
Curieuse Island A veritable Galápagos of giant Aldabra tortoises, the last surviving Indian Ocean species.
Cousin Island Hundreds of thousands of birds crammed onto one tiny island.
Bird Island Nesting seabirds, giant tortoises and hawksbill turtles.
Vallée de Mai Birdlife, rich and endangered, in a forest filled with endemic trees.
North Island A mix of heavenly paradise, James Bond glamour and the last word in luxury.
Alphonse Island Resort Low-key resort on a remote island, with phenomenal fishing and diving.
Maia Luxury Resort & Spa One of the Indian Ocean's best resorts.
Four Seasons Resort Sublime beachside villas along one of the Seychelles' loveliest stretches of coast.