Tourist attractions in Seychelles
Seychelles might not as popular as Maldives or Madagascar, but some tourist attractions in Seychelles definitely offer the visitor an ultimate holiday experience in the beautiful country comprises of 115 islands. Positioned in the middle of the Indian Ocean close to Madagascar, Maldives and Mauritius, it is quite interesting to know that tourist attractions in Seychelles feature two UNESCO World Heritage Sites. They are world’s largest Coral atoll Aldabra and Vallee de Mai on Praslin.
Diving safaris are well known with divers taking yacht trip to Aldabra, the world largest atoll, diving in the Amirantes before moving on to the Alphonse group of island and finally reach the climax at Aldabra. For thrill seekers Diving in the lagoon mouth is a must. The current with the tide is a steady 20 knots going in but most of the sea creatures will be passing in the opposite direction. Tourists never know what they might encounter in this one of amazing tourist attractions in Seychelles.
Seychelles is surely the ultimate holiday as well as honeymoon and wedding destination. Its turquoise, clean white powdery beaches, along with exquisite plant life attracts people from all over the world. Sailors and divers are also frequent visitors of Seychelles. Anse Lazio is one of the most popular beaches in Praslin Island as one of tourist attractions in Seychelles. Its picturesque locales are eye catching with towering mountains and tall coconut palms. One of the largest and most popular among the tourists is the Mahe Island positioned in Victoria. Approximately 90 percent of the population lives here. Among those fabulous tourist attractions in Seychelles, visitors are free to choose!