Seychelles: Fascinating, Remote, and Tropical

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Have you ever heard of Seychelles before? An African country consisting of over 100 islands in the Indian Ocean, this nation might have fewer than 100,000 residents but offers a bevy of tourist destinations and a remote tropical paradise to visitors.

Most visitors fly to Mahe Island to begin their travels to the Maldives, which serves as the gateway to Seychelles. There is plenty to do on Mahe, easily the largest island in the archipelago. From hiking in the tropical rainforest in the Morne Seychelles National Park to the white sand beaches that can be found on every corner of the island, you can easily get lost for days here.

But Seychelles aren’t only Mahe Island!

Accessible via boat and plane, the other 114 Seychelles islands offer up a bevy of opportunities to travelers as well. Coral reef scuba diving, remote beaches, fishing, and boating are some of the best options that you’ll find on islands like Curieuse, Fregate, and La Digue.

Whether you want a luxury resort vacation or a bare-bones, nature-centric escape to get away from it all, Seychelles has something to offer for you!

Why not run to check out this intriguing destination as soon as you can?