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Photo Opportunity picture in Seychelles
One of Many Seychelles Islands picture in Seychelles
Boulders on Anse Source d'Argent picture in Seychelles
Giant Tortoise on Curieuse Island picture in Seychelles
Sunbathers Stroll Along Beau Vallon Beach picture in Seychelles
Aerial View of Victoria picture in Seychelles
View from Anse Lazio picture in Seychelles
Sunbathing on Anse Georgette picture in Seychelles
Sun Setting over La Digue picture in Seychelles
Vanilla Plantation on Seychelles picture in Seychelles
Victoria Clock Tower picture in Seychelles
Open-Air Restaurant at Beau Vallon picture in Seychelles
Fruit Bats in Seychelles picture in Seychelles
Anse Georgette and the Constance Lémuria Resort's Golf Course picture in Seychelles
Vacation Property on Eden Island, Seychelles picture in Seychelles
Hiking in Vallée de Mai picture in Seychelles
A Rocky View picture in Seychelles
View of Curieuse Island picture in Seychelles
Boat Anchored Near Anse Volbert picture in Seychelles
A Taste of the Islands picture in Seychelles
Calm Waters at Anse Intendance picture in Seychelles

With sprawling beaches and aquamarine waters, Seychelles is an ideal destination to snap some superb photos. ptitfennec Flickr

The Seychelles archipelago comprises 115 islands, many of which are too small to inhabit. Visitors to the Seychelles Islands use Mahé, Praslin or La Digue as their home base. Olivier GRYSON Flickr

Anse Source d'Argent provides the quintessential Seychelles beach experience, complete with towering palms and massive boulders. The shallow water and sandy sea floor make this beach popular among families with young children. victoria white2010 Flickr

These colossal tortoises are some of the largest in the world. You'll find them throughout the Seychelles archipelago, but for a close encounter, head to Curieuse Marine National Park. Alexey Stiop Shutterstock

Even though Beau Vallon is one of Seychelles' most popular beach areas, its sprawling size keeps the sands from feeling crowded. Bakusova Shutterstock

Victoria may feel like a small town, but it is home to a third of the entire Seychellois population. Oleg Znamenskiy Shutterstock

Shaded by towering palm trees, Anse Lazio boasts soft sands and bright blue waters — making it one of the most popular beaches in the world. canardwifi Flickr

Anse Georgette's tranquil sands are hidden by vast amounts of greenery, adding to the beach's sense of privacy. DimiTalen Wikimedia Commons

La Digue's gargantuan rock formations and calm waters offer a sense of serenity and seclusion that draw many honeymooners to the Seychelles archipelago. canardwifi Flickr

Seychelles' warm climate makes an ideal environment for growing vanilla and other spices. The tiny nation once played a role in the 18th-century European spice trade, which you can learn about on a visit to Le Jardin du Roi Spice Garden. Oleg Znamenskiy Shutterstock

The Victoria Clock Tower (known as "Lorloz" in Seselwa Creole) was built in 1903, the year that Seychelles became a British colony. Oleg Znamenskiy Shutterstock

An abundance of beachfront restaurants and hotels makes Beau Vallon a popular home base for visitors to Mahé. chbaum Shutterstock

Fruit bats (also known as flying foxes) live in colonies found all across the islands, including the Seychelles National Botanical Garden. Paul Cowan Shutterstock

You can access the beautiful sands of Anse Georgette using the same path that leads to the Constance Lémuria Resort's greens. Fabio Achilli Flickr

If you're looking to escape the tourist crowds on Mahé or Praslin, consider spending your Seychelles getaway on one of the lesser-known Inner Islands. Many of these smaller isles are home to exclusive resorts or vacation rental properties, like those found on Eden Island. Christopher Salerno Shutterstock

The trail through the Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve meanders through approximately 6,000 coco-de-mer trees. With its sprawling beauty, the area was once speculated to be the site of the Garden of Eden. Tatiana Popova Shutterstock

The immense boulders that pepper the popular Anse Source d'Argent beach on La Digue make for some stunning photographs. canardwifi Flickr

Tiny Curieuse Island sits just off the northern shore of Praslin. The calm, shallow waters make Curieuse's beaches popular with snorkelers. Alexey Kovalev Shutterstock

Praslin's most popular beach area, Anse Volbert, draws families thanks to its calm, shallow waters and abundant dining options. Alquiler de Coches Flickr

You'll have plenty of opportunities to sink your teeth into some fresh fish while visiting Seychelles. Islanders often infuse their cuisine with flavorful Creole spices. TheLastResorts Flickr

Though the current here can be calm at times, Anse Intendance often experiences stronger waves than other Seychelles beaches. While the choppy waters may ground swimmers, surfers will feel at home here. Fabio Achilli Flickr

Photo Opportunity picture in Seychelles
One of Many Seychelles Islands picture in Seychelles
Boulders on Anse Source d'Argent picture in Seychelles
Giant Tortoise on Curieuse Island picture in Seychelles
Sunbathers Stroll Along Beau Vallon Beach picture in Seychelles
Aerial View of Victoria picture in Seychelles
View from Anse Lazio picture in Seychelles
Sunbathing on Anse Georgette picture in Seychelles
Sun Setting over La Digue picture in Seychelles
Vanilla Plantation on Seychelles picture in Seychelles
Victoria Clock Tower picture in Seychelles
Open-Air Restaurant at Beau Vallon picture in Seychelles
Fruit Bats in Seychelles picture in Seychelles
Anse Georgette and the Constance Lémuria Resort's Golf Course picture in Seychelles
Vacation Property on Eden Island, Seychelles picture in Seychelles
Hiking in Vallée de Mai picture in Seychelles
A Rocky View picture in Seychelles
View of Curieuse Island picture in Seychelles
Boat Anchored Near Anse Volbert picture in Seychelles
A Taste of the Islands picture in Seychelles
Calm Waters at Anse Intendance picture in Seychelles

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