Sheltering a diverse range of nature reserves, coral reefs, and rare animals, Seychelles is an archipelagic island nation of 115 islands which has become a major tourist attraction, as visitors travel from every corner of the world to have their fair share of island frolics.
La Digue Island
During a stay at the many Seychelles resorts, La Digue Island is a must-visit destination. La Digue is also the fourth-largest island in the Seychelles Republic. The people of the island follow a simple and minimalistic lifestyle, travelling on bicycles and oxcarts, which are the most popular types of transport there. Adventure seekers can jump on board a diving or rock-climbing team while hikers can follow trekking trails through French colonial houses.
Morne Seychellois National Park
A 25-minute ride is all it takes to reach the Morne Seychellois National Park from Anantara Maia Seychelles Villas. Located conveniently on the island of Mahé in Seychelles, the park is the largest national park in the nation, covering over 20% of the land in Mahé. The park shelters wildlife species like the sunbird, scops-owl, and bulbul as one of the major fauna and flora reserves of the country.
Beau Vallon Beach
Covering the northwest coast of Mahé lies the Beau Vallon Beach. The captivating beach and the mountainous island are added perks for tourists and locals who travel to visit the Beau Vallon Beach. With many hotels, resorts and restaurants readily available to serve you the best, this beachside break is ideal for some aquatic action in the sun.
Aride Island Nature Reserve
A haven for nature lovers, the Aride Island Nature Reserve is blessed with the highest lizard density in the world. Further, it also hosts 18 species of seabirds like red-tailed tropicbirds and frigate birds, allowing tourists to explore nature in its purest form, while surrounded by a magnificent ocean of absolute wonder.