1. Mahe: Mahe is the largest island of Seychelles and is rich in economic activity and culture. The island is famous for its idyllic beauty containing 90% of the country's population. It has around 3000-foot mountains that you can explore, multiple gorgeous beaches, several unique orchids, and excellent Mahe's shores. It contains many other attractions which people love to visit, like the Botanical Garden, Seychelles Natural History Museum, the Codevar Craft Centre, and the charming city Victoria.
- Location: Northeast of the Seychelles Nation
2. Victoria: Victoria is the capital of Seychelles and the smallest city in the world. You can just walk and take the tour of the town. The town is flanked by gorgeous palm trees and has the ultimate relaxed atmosphere. The two most attractive centers of the city are Clock Tower and Sir Selwyn Clarke Market. There are several administrative buildings, luxurious cuisine restaurants, and other landmarks. Make sure to visit the other main attraction center as well; it is a magical place to walk and shop. Other notable locations include Botanical gardens, Bel Air Cemetery, Kenwyn House, and the history museum.
- Location: North-east of Mahe, Seychelles
3. Morne Seychellois National Park: It is like a paradise to nature lovers and hikers. It is the largest national park of Seychelles, covered with lush green boundaries at the mountain chain's foot. The highest point is Morne Seychellois reaching a height of 905 meters. You get to witness the remarkable species of birds and wildlife, including bulbul, sunbird, scops-owl, and notable varieties of greenery varying from endemic palms to pitcher plants, ferns, and pandanus. Moreover, the island contains the best hiking trail starting from the village Danzil passing the awe-inspiring views of Mahe. There are other hiking trails too that you can explore.
- Location: Mahe Island, Seychelles
- Timing: Monday to Sunday, 10 am to 6 pm
4. Praslin: Praslin, also known as Ile de Palme, is the must-visit place of Seychelles. It contains the world-famous heritage site of Vallee de Mai, the biggest forest of coco de mer. It also contains the two attractive tourist spots which are the heart of most tourists are Baie St Anne and Grand Anse. The valley contains six endemic palms of Seychelles and rare species of bird-like black parrot and national bird. Apart from this, the island also has spectacular beaches that you can visit like Anse Lazio which people find the best beach in the world.
- Location: Seychelles, the western part of the Indian Ocean
5. La Digue: La Digue Island is the fourth largest island in the archipelago of Seychelles. It is the favorite spot of a nature lover and covered with stunning white-sand beaches. Here the adventure seeker likes to carry out activities like rock climbing, diving, and hiking in the famous La Pass to Grand Anse Trail. The beach has the most picturesque stretches of sand and an exceptional azure water surface. Another attraction that attracts most tourists is the Veuve Nature Reserve containing the endangered black paradise flycatcher.
- Location: Seychelles, Indian Ocean
6. Curieuse Island: Curieuse Island, also known as Ile Rouge, is so named as its land resembles the look of russet-toned earth. When you visit the island you will find giant tortoises roaming freely in the sandy coves. The beach is surrounded by fantastic casuarina and takamaka trees, enhancing the beauty of white-sand to many folds. Besides Praslin, it is the only place where coco de mer palm trees grow naturally. Here in the clear azure water, you may also be able to spot parrotfish, so don't forget to take a peak.
- Location: Seychelles, Indian Ocean
7. Anse Lazio: Anse Lazio is a gorgeous beach of Praslin Island and is a treat for hiker lovers as you have to hike your way over the hill to reach the beach. It contains round granite boulders flanked over the beach, with long stretches of soft blond sand and crystal-clear dreamy blue water. The place is beautifully surrounded by coconut palms and takamaka trees along the coastline, providing a soothing shade for relaxation. Opposite the beach, you will find fantastic cuisine restaurants for fuelling up your hunger tanks.
- Location: Northwest of Praslin Island, Seychelles
8. Beau Vallon Beach: It is the best beach you will find in Mahe, it caters to every need of its visitors and is often full because of its admiring beauty. People enjoy walking under the shades of palm and along the long stretches of beach. At the same time, many people find this place suitable for swimming. The shore of the beach is lined-up by the shops bustling with tourists. Other activities that the area offers are windsurfing, scuba diving, snorkeling, kitesurfing, jet-skiing, and fishing. However, if you visit this place on Wednesday, don't forget to visit the Local Bazar Labrin that sets up weekly after the sunset.
- Location: North-west of Mahe, Seychelles
9. Vallée de Mai National Park: This place is the favorite spot for nature lovers. It is one of UNESCO's world heritage sites and preserves a prehistoric forest containing around 4000 rare and giant coco de mer palm trees. It has the most fantastic hiking trail from where you can hit an ecology park containing coco de mer seed and other rare plants like latanier, vanilla orchids, palmiste, etc. However, there is an option between a one-hour and three-hour hiking trail which you can choose. The path will take you through towering trees, a huge boulder lying around, and a valley that is home to rare birds and different species of lizards.
- Location: Valle de Mai, Praslin, Seychelles
- Timing: 8:30am to 4:30pm, Friday 8:30am to 1pm
10. Bird Island: As the name depicts, Bird Island is home to millions of sea birds; it is 1500 meters long and 800 meters wide. The place follows the concept of ecotourism. While visiting the place, you can experience birds nesting-up from close and admire the flora-fauna. Moreover, between April and October, you get an extra treat as thousands of sooty terns come to make their nest here. Just before the sunset and at sunrise, you will see giant screeching flocks of birds landing for food over the sea. You will also find turtles arriving here to lay their eggs. However, please do not disturb them; stick to your path.
- Location: La Digue, Mahe, Seychelles