The Seychelles archipelago is made up of over 115 islands and islets emerging from the Indian Ocean. Each island has it own specificities and features, but they all have one point in common: they are the home of paradisiac beaches bathed by warm, crystal-clear waters.
The Seychelles, which has over 50% of its territory classified as natural reserves, is a haven of peace for undersea creatures. You will come across many hawksbill sea turtles, in particular, in the waters around La Digue and the neighboring islands (Coco Island, Félicité, Grande Soeur…). This is probably even the best place in the world to see them.
Most visitors go to the granite islands of Mahé, Praslin and La Digue, but the Seychelles conceals many other treasures (Bird, Frégate, Poivre, Denis or the Atoll of Aldabra…), which are more difficult to access.
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