It is by virtue of the many mountain granite outcrops that provide the perfect venue for a range of adventure activities. At the summit of hills in the Seychelles National Park you are met with breathtaking vistas of the bay at Port Launay and is the location of exhilarating rock climbing, abseiling and ziplines.
When it comes to deciding which of the 115 islands to visit you are spoilt for choice. The picturesque sanctuary on Cousin island has gigantic land tortoises and is a conservation success story; having prevented the extinction of many endemic animals. For history lovers, Curieuse Island has ruins of an ancient leper colony and a charming museum of the former ‘Doctor's house’.
Look out for wildlife in the mangrove forest on the island trail, before going to the Baie Lazare lagoon, home to small sharks and wild turtles. The Ste. Anne Marine Islands represent rich cultural heritage of the Seychellois people and are home to many indigenous species of wildlife. For the snorkeling experience of a lifetime, St. Pierre island is home to some of the most dazzling sea creatures that swim amongst colourful coral arrangements.