Travelling to Seychelles, here are top 3 tourist spots you should see

travelling to Seychelles, visit Anse Intendance

Travelling to Seychelles, the shimmering, sparkling dream destination for vacationers and tourists, offers endless things to see and do. Although the islands are popular with honeymooners, there is so much more than just resorts and romance to Seychelles!  

Bear in mind that a journey to Seychelles is costly, the quality of travelling and cost of living is exceptionally high; so, prepare your finance for the trip. Your safety there is also guaranteed, seeing that the crime rate is low compared to other tourist areas. 

Seychelles stars countless tropical island fantasies, beautiful boulder-strewn beaches, virgin jungles, thriving coral reefs, granite Island, marine sanctuaries, sweeping beaches with white sands and turquoise waters, unspoilt rainforest, amongst others. 

There are also plenty of other things to do like, scuba diving, snorkelling, surfing, sailing and hiking the mountain trails. For those who seek pleasure in nature, activities can include; basking on the ravishing beaches, rock climbing, photographing the unique flora and fauna, and dining on mouth-watering Créole cuisine. 


In this post, we’ll take a look at the best places to visit in Seychelles, including insider tips on how to get to some hidden gems on the islands. 


Beau Vallon Beach, with its remarkable ambience and serenity, is one of the most commercial beaches and, without a doubt, one of the most famous tourist areas in Seychelles.

travelling to seychelles, visit Beau Vallon Beach
Famous Beau Vallon beach with a coconut palm tree on Mahe island, Seychelles. 

If you’re looking for buzzing beach action, this is a good choice. Hotels and restaurants fringe the shore of the beach, and on weekends, locals come here for beach barbecues. You’ll also find a variety of water sports on offer here, including Jet Skis, water skiing, banana boats, and paddleboarding. 

Lifeguards are always seen patrolling the beach, so Children’s safety as well as yours is guaranteed.  

International eateries tout everything from pizza to Haute French cuisine, water sports abound, and prices are reasonable to boot. 

Things to do: Sightseeing, Photography, Snorkelling, Kitesurfing and Scuba diving 

Best Time to Visit: April to March and May to September  

Best Places to Stay: Savoy Resort & Spa, Fisherman’s Cove Resort, Hilton Seychelles Labriz Resort & Spa  

Insider tips: Do not go there if you are looking for a calm beach, especially on weekends, as it is most crowded by Locals. Don’t miss the lively local market by the beach on Wednesday evenings. The beach is the only place in Mahe that has everything including restaurants, pubs, game centres and hotels. The locals are welcoming and would even suggest locations where treasures can be found. 

2. La Digue Island: 

La Digue is the third largest island in Seychelles; some locals say it is the fourth largest. La Digue is the only island where you can spot the largest tortoise in the world

travelling to Seychelles, visit La Digue Island

There are historical attractions in La Digue, like the vanilla farms, an isolated charm making La Digue unique in itself, and Veuve Nature Reserve, home to the endangered black paradise flycatcher, also called “the widow” because of its streaming black tail feathers.  

There are not many motorized vehicles on the island – bicycles and oxcarts are popular modes of transport.  

Best Time to Visit: May to September. 

Things to Do: Bike tours, Rock Climbing, Photography, Water adventures, Diving, and Snorkeling. 

Best Places to Stay: Le Nautique Waterfront Hotel La Digue, Chalets de Palma, Patatran Village Hotel, Moonlight Beach Villa, Hotel Chateau St Cloud and L’Union Estate. 

Insider tips: You do need to pay to access the beach nearby if you lodge at L’Union Estate, where your admission includes a tour through this old copra factory and vanilla plantation. 

3. Anse Intendance: 

Anse Intendance is a small and secluded crescent of sand frayed with palm trees and of Mahe’s best beaches. 

The beach is perfect for witnessing nature at its best as Turtles nest along the powdery shores of the beach.

travelling to Seychelles, visit Anse Intendance

You may experience difficulties snorkelling or diving, but if you are wondering where to go in Seychelles or where to stay, the Anse Intendance has the only inhabiting place on the Island; for example, the Banyan Tree Resort offers some fun activities to do in Seychelles, making it ideal for those who are planning to stay overnight. 

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Best Time to Visit: May to September 

Things to do: Sightseeing, Sunbathing, Photography, Wildlife tour and Beach adventures. 

Best Places to Stay: The Banyan Tree Resort 

Insider Tips: Banyan Tree resort is the only accommodation in Anse Intendance, alternatively, you can book hotels in Mahe close to the beach. The beach is not also the safest place to try swimming as it last for protective reefs. 

Other worthy mentions are: 

  • Vallée de Mai National Park   
  • Morne Seychellois National Park   
  • Anse Lazio 
  • Anse Source D’Argent 
  • Curieuse Island Day Trip  
  • Victoria, Mahé 
  • Cousine Island  
  • Aride Island 
  • Bird Island 
  • Silhouette Island 
  • Aldabra Island 
  • Sainte Anne Marine National Park 
  •  Baie Lazare, Mahé 
  • Moyenne Island 
  • Anse cocos  
  • Anse severe 
  • Grand anse 
  • Mahé Island 
  • Domaine de Val des Prés 
  • Anse Georgette  
  • Fregate Island 
  • Praslin Island 


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