Hotel Praslin: Must See Seychelles

Before booking your flight to the Seychelles, you might be wondering about why everyone talks about these islands. The Seychelles has so much to offer on its many islands that form the archipelago. Enjoying the natural beauty of Seychelles is living and discovering most of the islands and secluded spots.

Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception

This French-style Catholic church in the city of Victoria was built in 1874. It is the center of religious life for the majority of the population of the Seychelles and has a small garden with a charming statue of the Virgin Mary.

Tamaka Bay

Explore the Seychelles underwater granitic rock formations. The rocks of Takamaka constitute one of the dive sites closest to the resort.

May Valley

Situated a 15-minute flight on the island of Praslin, the May Valley is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This untouched palm forest is 650 million years old and allows you to discover the majestic sea coconut palm, an endemic palm tree in the Seychelles.

Victoria Market

Enjoy a lively and colorful Victoria market tour where you can find many items, including local craft items made from coconut, silk paintings or handmade jewelry. Fishermen sell their catch of the day at the fish market, and stalls offer fragrant spices, lemongrass infusions and local delicacies.

The King’s Garden

Stroll through this beautiful garden and gather information about the spice culture and the flora and fauna of the Seychelles.

Anse Source d’Argent

L’Anse Source d’Argent on Seychelles is a paradise. Moreover, the photographers were not mistaken since it is one of the most photographed beaches in the world. After having paid an entrance fee (the beach is located in an ecomuseum), having said hello to the giant tortoises in their enclosure and made the tour of the ecomuseum (vanilla plantation, former “mills” with nuts Coconuts, etc.) you will finally arrive at Anse Source d’Argent: a crystal clear water, big granite rocks with very soft shapes and superb palm trees.

Have fun visiting the Seychelles!

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