25 Islands in Seychelles That Will Take Your Breath Away

Seychelles Islands

Praslin Island, La Digue Island, Mahe Island, Curieuse Island, Denis Island, Aldabra Atoll, Alphonse Atoll, Desroches, Silhouette Island, Frégate Island, Bird Island, Cousin Island, Aride Island, Grande Soeur, Petite Soeur, St. Pierre, Round Island, Cocos Island, Cachée Island and many morre.

Flaunting postcard-perfect white sand beaches, clear turquoise waters, bountiful flora and fauna, and beautiful natural and artificial wonders, the pristine Seychelles islands serve as the backbone of the archipelago. The 115 picturesque islands of Seychelles have always attracted honeymooners, photographers, nature lovers, and every traveler who has ever seeked a respite from the mundane city life.

Judging the best island in Seychelles can be a quite challenging job as every islet in this island nation is incredibly photogenic with their own charm. While Praslin Island and Aldabra Atoll will leave you astound with their rich wildlife, La Digue Island and Silhouette Island will offer you the best hiking opportunities.

Mahe Island and Frégate Island offer the most thrilling underwater sports, while Curieuse Island and Astove Island will let you experience serene mangrove walks. While Grande Soeur and Petite Soeur let you enjoy a laid-back island holiday picnicking and sunbathing, Desroches Island and Bird Island offer unparalleled photography options.

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COVID-19 : SEYCHELLES is in Green Zone
Last Updated: 06 Mar 2021
Latest Information on Travelling to SEYCHELLES?
  • All the incoming visitors need to submit a negative RT-PCR report at the time of arrival, which must not be older than 72 hours at the time of departure.
  • The Seychelles Islands allows entry to all vaccinated visitors. It is important however that your departure date is not less than two weeks after taking your second dose of the vaccine.
  • Visitors under 18 years of age are exempted.
  • Unvaccinated visitors are also welcomed, if they are traveling from a country on the permitted list. Refer to www.tourism.gov.sc
  • Visitors transiting through countries not on the permitted list will be allowed into Seychelles if they do not exit the airport during transit.
  • Visitors from non-permitted countries who have stayed 14 days or more in a country on the permitted list are permitted to enter the Seychelles.
  • Non- vaccinated visitors from non-permitted countries travelling by private jets or in first class will be allowed entry but their stay will be limited to certified island resorts or onboard super yachts subject to prior approval of the Health Authorities.
  • Visitors travelling by sea and not vaccinated may enter the Seychelles but will require prior approval of the Health Authorities.
  • A Health Travel Authorization (HTA) is required for every passenger entering Seychelles. Application for the (HTA), must be submitted for approval through the designated platform at: www.seychelles.govtas.com
  • Visitors must submit the following with their application.
  • Passport copy
  • Certificate of vaccination
  • Negative PCR test results,
  • Return airfare.
  • Confirmed accommodation bookings for their entire stay
  • Visitors must comply with all airline protocols throughout their journey. Once landed in the Seychelles disembarkation will be done in an orderly manner.
  • Face masks must be worn at all times within the airport terminals.
  • Visitors will be subjected to a health check i.e., temperature screening, symptom checks, document checks etc. prior to border security screening. Random testing may be conducted upon arrival.
  • Visitors having the “connecting domestic flights to other islands” should remain in the airport terminals until the departure of their flight.  They may overnight in a certified establishment if their connecting flight is the following day.
  • Visitors must ensure that they stay in licensed and certified accommodation establishments or live aboard during their entire stay in the destination. Refer to www.tourism.gov.sc for a list of accommodations.
  • For the first six (6) nights of their holiday non vaccinated visitors must stay in one accommodation establishment. While vaccinated visitors are free to enjoy the hospitality of various products.

Only tourists who are vaccinated or the ones who have a negative RT-PCR report can enter Seychelles and they do not have to undergo the 14 day quarantine.


Frequent flights will be functioning from Mumbai to Mahe, Seychelles from the 8th of April, 2021

Local Transport

Local transportation has been running fully in and around Seychelles including ferries as well.

Flights from Mumbai Airport to Seychelles - Mahe Airport will begin from 8th of April, 2021 Updated: 06 Mar 2021

According to the recent travel updates, Air Seychelles has begun the functioning of flights between Mumbai and Mahe Airport. These flights will run twice a week, booking of which have already been started. The first flight is going to run from 8th of April, 2021.

No quarantine needed upon arrival at Seychelles Updated: 06 Mar 2021

Providing the tourists with more good news, the government of Seychelles has lifted quarantine restrictions for the visitors. Anyone who has provided a negative RT-PCR report and does not show any symptom is free from being quarantined for 14 days.

A negative RT-PCR report needed to enter Seychelles Updated: 06 Mar 2021

Any tourist visiting Seychelles for tourism will have to bring a negative RT-PCR report from an authorized institution. This report must not be older than 72 hours from the departure and needs to be deposited on the tourism counter at the airport or the location of arrival.

Hotel facilities like swimming pools, play areas and common areas are also open from now on in Seychelles Updated: 06 Mar 2021

In hotel/resort facilities like swimming pools, and other common areas will now be open to all while making sure that all the COVID-19 guidelines are followed.

Seychelles now open for tourism Updated: 06 Mar 2021

The Africal Island Republic of Seychelles is now open for tourism and will be welcoming tourists from all over the world. Irrespective of your COVID-19 vaccination status, you can now enter Seychelles from 25th of March, 2021 and enjoy a fun filled beach vacationing experience.

No minimum stay required for travellers visiting Seychelles Updated: 06 Mar 2021

All the tourists visiting Seychelles need not to book according to the minimum stay criteria. No minimum stay is needed to visit Seychelles from now on.

No Restrictions on visiting the nearby islands of Seychelles Updated: 06 Mar 2021

All the visitors can now easily travel to the nearby islands of Seychelles without any restrictions.

A Health Travel Authorization (HTA) is required for every passenger entering Seychelles Updated: 06 Mar 2021

All the incoming tourists need to upload a HTA application including the documents like Passport copy, Certificate of vaccination(if vaccinated), Negative PCR test results, Return airfare and  Confirmed accommodation bookings for their entire stay on www.seychelles.govtas.com


Praslin Island

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Being scarcely populated and offering a laid-back atmosphere, Praslin Island is one of the most peaceful and serene Seychelles islands. Packed with some of the most stunning beaches in the world, Prasline happens to be the second largest island of the archipelago.

One of the major attractions on Praslin Island is the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Vallee de Mai Nature Reserve, which is home to a breathtaking tropical rainforest and the biggest nut of the world coco de mer. Other attractions on this island are the black parrots in the Praslin National Park and the archipelago’s biggest coral reefs at Vallée de Mai.

Highlights: Sunbathing, beautiful beaches, wildlife, photography
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La Digue Island

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Flaunting granite rock formations, charming white sand beaches, French colonial houses, and aromatic vanilla plantation, La Digue Island is the fourth largest and the best island in Seychelles. This gorgeous boutique island is also known for its super luxurious island-style accommodation options that allow visitors to get a hint of the traditional way of living on the archipelago of Seychelles.

The traditional means of transport on this island are bicycles and ox-carts and tourists love to enjoy a ride on both during their stay here. Some of the major attractions of La Digue Island include Anse Source D'Argent, Veuve Nature Reserve, and Grand Anse beach.

Highlights: Trekking, Rock Climbing, Nature Photography, Wildlife Spotting, Bicycle tours
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Mahe Island

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Facilitated with an international airport and an array of world-class resorts and hotels, Mahe is the main and the largest island in Seychelles. Home to a myriad of pristine beaches, lush botanical gardens, lively local markets, excellent vantage points, and picturesque waterfalls, Mahe is one of the most-visited Seychelles islands.

Known to be an abode for adventure enthusiasts, Mahe Island offers amazing hiking opportunities. This island also offers visitors the chance to engage in a variety of thrilling water sports including scuba diving, snorkeling, and sea kayaking.

Highlights: Water sports, hiking, jungle exploration, shopping, luxury resorts

Best Time: April to May and September to November
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Curieuse Island

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Formerly known as Île Rouge, Curieuse Island is one of the smallest Seychelles islands. The island was a leper colony in the ancient days, which is clearly evident by the remnants of a leprosarium and a doctor’s house present on the southern shore.

The entire island is dotted with casuarina and takamaka trees with Curieuse being the only island other than Praslin where one can find coco de mer palm growing naturally in Seychelles. Curieuse Island is also home to giant tortoises that can be seen roaming freely around sand coves.

Highlights: Hiking, white-sand beaches, mangroves, giant tortoises
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Denis Island

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Completely surrounded by pristine white sand beaches and flanked by casuarina, coconut, and palm trees, Denis Island is one of the most picturesque Seychelles islands. The island is packed with breathtaking nature trails and offbeat tracks, which let you enjoy leisurely walks in serenity.

Home to amazing turtle sanctuaries, this island also lets you encounter and enjoy petting giant tortoises. You can also spot sea turtles and paradise flycatchers during your exploration tour on Denis Island.

Highlights: Fishing villages, pristine beaches, turtle sanctuaries

Best Time: July to December
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Aldabra Atoll

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The largest raised coral atoll of the world, Aldabra Atoll is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the best island in Seychelles for wildlife enthusiasts. Formed by volcanic actions, this atoll is known popularly for its amazing avian life and more than 200,000 giant turtles.

Considered to be an abode for birdwatchers, Aldabra Atoll lets you spot a wide variety of colourful exotic birds including red-footed boobies, Aldabra sacred ibis, white-throated rail, Malagasy kestrel, and dimorphic egrets. Aldabra Atoll can be accessed by tourists only by a private charter boat.

Highlights: Birding, photography, wildlife spotting
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Alphonse Atoll

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Flaunting virgin natural beauty and an isolated atmosphere, the very beautiful Alphonse Atoll welcomes privacy and peace seekers. The 16 kilometers expanse of pristine white sand beaches are mostly uncrowded and offer mesmerizing sunset views.

The water here is warm and offers excellent visibility, which makes this place suitable for snorkeling and scuba diving. Other water sports that can be enjoyed on Alphonse Atoll include kayaking, jet skiing, stand up paddling, sailing, rowing, and dolphin spotting. Packed with Dorado, Dogtooth, Sailfish, and Tuna, Alphonse also offers excellent fishing opportunities.

Highlights: Bird watching, Aldabra Turtles, nature walks, fishing, water sports, cycling
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Named after Chevalier des Roches, the 18th century Governor of Mauritius, Desroches is a beautiful private island offering mesmerizing natural views, away from the madding city life. Featuring exuberant marine life and 15 amazing dive sites, Desroches Island offers unmatched diving opportunities.

The ancient lighthouse on this island has turned into a nice restaurant, which serves exotic cocktails. The best way to explore Desroches is by cycling through the island with your loved one.

Highlights: Sea diving, lighthouse, cycling, photography
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Silhouette Island

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Considered to be the third largest island of Seychelles, Silhouette Island has gained a lot of popularity for its scenic natural beauty and rich biodiversity. Offering a wide range of exhilarating activities including swimming, snorkeling, hiking, wildlife spotting, and cave exploration tours, Silhouette Island is the best island in Seychelles for adventure fanatics.

Named after minister Étienne de Silhouette, the island is also home to a turtle breeding station. Other exciting attractions to explore include Mont Dauban, the four hours trek to Grand Barbe, and the carnivorous pitcher plants.

Highlights: Rich biodiversity, water sports, trekking, caving

Best Time: April to May and September to November
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Frégate Island

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The forested island of Fregate is known popularly for its rich tropical vegetation and postcard-perfect beaches. Considered to be one of the most frequently visited Seychelles islands, this island is popular among couples for its privacy, tranquility, and luxury.

Couples visiting this private island can spend romantic time in the jacuzzi or go out to the beach and enjoy fun water activities together like yachting, snorkeling, and scuba diving. Visitors can also go birdwatching here and try to spot the exotic frigate birds.

Highlights: Water sports, tropical vegetation, photography, bird watching
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Bird Island

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Once referred to as Îles aux Vaches, Bird Island, as its name suggests, is a paradise of colourful exotic birds. During the breeding season, between the months of May and October, the population of the avians reaches 1,500,000.

There are a number of raised platforms that allow the birders to climb and enjoy a clear look for the beautiful bird nests. Some of the common birds you can spot on Bird Island, include ground doves, plovers, mynas, cardinals, and crested terns. Visitors can also spot giant tortoises and go fishing at Seychelles Bank.

Highlights: Bird watching, photography, big-game fishing

Best Time: May to October
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Cousin Island

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Cousin Island is known famously for a tiny, rare endemic bird species, the Seychelles warbler. Established back in 1968, the Cousin Island Special Reserve aims at protecting the Seychelles warbler. Other common resident birds that can be spotted here include the Seychelles brush warbler, the wedge-tailed shearwater, the Seychelles magpie robin, and the Seychelles turtledove.

Considered to be the first carbon neutral reserve of the world, this place also makes for the western Indian Ocean’s most crucial nesting ground for hawksbill turtles, a critically endangered turtle species. This reserve also serves as a breeding ground for fairy terns and lesser noddies.

Highlights: Bird watching, photography

Best Time: May to October
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Aride Island

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Famous for the Aride Island Nature Reserve, Aride Island is one of the favorite Seychelles islands among nature and wildlife lovers. This reserve shelters a wide variety of endemic flowers, the highest lizard population in the entire world, and the breeding site of around 18 seabird species.

Some of the common seabirds that can be spotted here include red-tailed tropicbirds and frigate birds. The Aride Island is also home to the largest populations of roseate terns and lesser noddy in the entire world.

Highlights: Photography, bird watching, endemic flowers

Best Time: May to October
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Grande Soeur

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Sprawled across an area of around 100 hectares, Grande Soeur is a beautiful private island managed by Hotel Le Château de Feuilles. Rising up to an altitude of around 113 metres above sea level, this island offers amazing trekking opportunities.

Featuring stunning red granite boulders, crystal clear water, soft white sand, and towering palm trees, the beaches of this island are perfect for enjoying a bbq picnic lunch. Grande Soeur also lets visitors indulge in fun-filled water activities like snorkeling and swimming.

Highlights: Sailing, beaches, giant turtles, prehistoric vibes, picnicking
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Petite Soeur

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Flaunting unspoilt natural beauty, Petite Soeur is one of the least crowded Seychelles islands. Spread across an area of around 34 hectares, the island features a rocky coastline. Encompassed by a flamboyant reef, this island can be accessed only when the sea water is calm.

Owing to its blooming coral reef and prolific marine life, Petite Soeur is considered to be the best island in Seychelles for enjoying underwater activities, such as scuba diving and snorkeling. Featuring stunning trails with spectacular panoramic views, Petite Soeur also offers excellent trekking opportunities.

Highlights: Coral reef, sea turtles, picnicking, trekking, water sports
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St. Pierre

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Offering a truly photogenic backdrop and breathtaking sunset views, St. Pierre is one of the most romantic Seychelles islands. Dotted with tall coconut palms, this small granite island offers the perfect paradise to unwind and relax, soaking in a scenic view.

Home to a wide array of sea turtles, sharks, and colourful reef fish, St. Pierre island has got some of the best snorkeling destinations in the world. Sheltering a myriad of white-tailed tropical birds, this island also lures birdwatchers.

Highlights: Snorkeling, bird watching, fishing, photography
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Round Island

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Nestled in the northeastern shores of Mahe, Round Island was bought by a Seychellois family back in 2005, who opened the Enchanted Island Resort on the island in December 2013. Locally known as Ile Rond, this island can be reached by a 15 minutes speed boat ride from the largest city of the archipelago, Mahé.

The lagoons of the island are home to excellent coral reefs, green sea turtles, moray eels, butterfly fish, and eagle rays. Round Island is one of the top places in Seychelles serving delicious authentic Creole food.

Highlights: Flora and Fauna, Creole cuisine, swimming
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Cocos Island

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Having been under environmental protection since 1996, Cocos is a small beautiful granite island dotted with breathtaking palm plantations. Surrounded by clean, crystal clear waters, Cocos Island allows visitors to experience swimming amidst hundreds of colourful fish and turtles above a flamboyant bed of rich, well-preserved corals.

Snorkeling trips on Cocos Island lets you sight a variety of amazing marine creatures, including blue damselfish, hawksbill sea turtles, blue damselfish, eels, whale sharks, spotted eagle rays, deep red anthias, and parrotfish.

Highlights: Coral reefs, snorkeling, photography
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Cachée Island

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Also known as Faon Island, Cachée Island is a tiny islet spread across an area of around 0.022 km² and lying just 100 meters away from the famous Cerf Island. The water encompassing this island is shallow and recedes completely during low tides, letting travelers walk from Cerf Island to Cachée Island.

During high tides, visitors can take a boat to reach Ile Cachée. The shallow water and blooming coral reef make Cachée Island an ideal destination for snorkeling and swimming. Ile Cachée serves as a nesting ground for seabirds, making it a perfect destination for birders.

Highlights: Coral reefs, bird watching, water sports
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Felicite Island

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Lined with white sand braces and dotted with exotic flora, Felicite Island is the best island in Seychelles for nature lovers. Featuring a length of 3 kilometers and a width of 1.5 kilometers, Felicite also has its name among the smallest Seychelles islands.

The island just has one resort and around ? parts of the island are uninhabited, which makes it a calm and serene destination to explore. Home to colourful reef fish and other bigger fish, Felicite Island offers good snorkeling and diving opportunities. Visitors can also take enchanting nature walks through the banana, coconut, mango, and vanilla plantations.

Highlights: Water sports, nature walks, trekking, flora and fauna, beach visit
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Astove Island

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Astove is a remote island featuring a dramatic landscape with breathtaking sand dunes and stunning limestone rocks. Flaunting picturesque beaches encircled with towering palm trees, the island is a paradise for beach lovers.

Sheltering countless seabirds and more than 145 giant Aldabra tortoises, this island is the perfect hub for wildlife enthusiasts. The rich, thick lagoon mangroves of the island offer excellent hiking opportunities. Visitors can also engage in water activities, such as snorkeling, kayaking, snorkeling, and scuba diving.

Highlights: Hiking, turtle observations, water sports, wildlife, photography, reef expeditions
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Cerf Island

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Encompassed by blooming coral reef and an enthralling marine world, Cerf Island is the best island in Seychelles for tranquility seekers. Letting you soak in virgin nature, this island offers a laid-back and relaxed atmosphere.

Visitors usually spend time unwinding under the tall trees and enjoying Creole bbq lunch or going snorkeling in the clear shallow water. They also love to enjoy invigorating spa treatments or just sunbathe on the white sand shores. Cerf Island also has a small cathedral, a helicopter pad, and a cemetery, which can be good sightseeing options.

Highlights: Snorkeling, sunbathing, spa, picnics, jungle walks, photography
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Ile Moyenne

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Sprawled across an area only 0.038 square miles, Ile Moyenne is one of the smallest Seychelles islands. Packed with over 16,000 trees and more than 120 Aldabra giant tortoises, Moyenne is the best island in Seychelles for exploring the rich biodiversity of the archipelago.

With rays and sharks sheltered in its clear and gentle waters, Moyenne Island is also ideal for snorkeling. Walking uphill on this island, you can explore an old chapel and some graves that are believed to be of pirates’.

Highlights: Giant tortoises, snorkelling, photography, sightseeing, food touring

Best Time: April, May, October and November
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Encompassed by a rugged coastline, Marianne island features a charming beach on its western part. The 800 meters wide and 1900 meters long outline of the island is dotted with tall palm trees. This island features a flat landscape with the highest point towering up to 130 meters above sea level.

Home to the native Marianne White Eye, the island is a paradise for birdwatchers. The water surrounding the island is home to mantas, whale sharks, and grey reef sharks, which makes it one of the perfect Seychelles islands for diving.

Highlights: Bird watching, scuba diving, photography
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Lying off the west coast of Mahe, Therese is a small island with 700 meters long fine white sand beaches, dotted with coconut and palm trees. There are two rugged peaks with the tallest being Thérèse Peak, which has an altitude of around 164 meters above sea level.

The island’s south shore is protected by a nice reef. This uninhabited island is the best island in Seychelles for water sports lovers. The visitors can indulge in a myriad of water activities on Therese Island, including snorkeling, scuba diving, sailing, deep sea fishing, windsurfing, and water skiing.

Highlights: Water sports, trekking, photography
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Mamelles Island

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Sprawled across an area of around 15 acres, Mamelles Island is one of the uninhabited Seychelles islands. This granite island is 300 meters in length and 210 meters in width, featuring a considerable amount of vegetation. You can spot a variety of wildlife species here including seabirds and wild rabbits.

The southern hill of the island has an ancient lighthouse, which makes for an important attraction. The Ennerdale tanker wreck, dating back to 1970, makes for an excellent dive site on Mamelles Island.

Highlights: Diving, wildlife, photography, sightseeing
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Anonyme Island

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Anonyme happens to be a small granite island with a rich history and a great significance in the local folklore. This quaint island is known popularly for its lovely serene beaches, the most famous being Anse piment vert, set on the east coast and home to a small food outlet serving delectable authentic seafood.

The white sand beaches with their crystal clear water offer snorkeling opportunities and also let visitors enjoy stunning panoramic views of the neighboring islands. Boasting rich bird life and giant tortoises, Anonyme is the best island in Seychelles for wildlife fanatics.

Highlights: Beautiful beaches, delicious seafood, Aldabra giant tortoises, bird watching, snorkeling
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Located southwest of the capital city Victoria, Cosmoledo is a beautiful atoll. The atoll is named Cosmoledo in the honor of a Portuguese navigator who was a member of the crew of Juan de Nova. This raised coral atoll is known to shelter the largest colonies of boobies and sooty tern in the entire Seychelles.

It is also home to the largest colonies of red-footed booby on the whole Indian Ocean. Birders can also enjoy spotting migratory birds, including ruddy turnstone and crab plover. Cosmoledo is the best island in Seychelles for anglers, letting them catch a number of species, including bonefish, Indo-Pacific permit, bluefin trevally, triggerfish, and milkfish.

Highlights: Fly Fishing, bird watching, diving
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People Also Ask About Seychelles

  1. Which are the best Seychelles islands for a vacation?

    1. La Digue Island: Offering charming white sand beaches, tranquil azure waters, and alluring panoramic views, La Digue Island let you relax amidst the splendors of nature.

    2. Cousine Island: Flaunting diverse flora and fauna, Cousine Island is a bewitching natural paradise. Sheltering many endemic birds, Cousine Island is known as the best island in Seychelles for birdwatchers.

    3. Denis Island: Gorgeous white sand beaches dotted with tall palm trees let visitors relax in shade and enjoy a hearty picnic lunch. This island also offers travelers serene nature walks.

    4. Eden Island: Packed with the lavish Eden Bleu Hotel, excellent shopping destinations, swanky restaurants and bars, and a Yacht Marina, the artificial Eden Island offers a luxurious island holiday.

    5. Aldabra Atoll: Home to around 150,000 Aldabra giant tortoises, The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Aldabra Atoll lets guests enjoy turtle spotting. This place also attracts bird watchers and photographers.
  2. Which Seychelles islands are best for water sports?

    1. Fregate Island: Offering excellent opportunities for deep sea fishing, Fregate Island is the best island in Seychelles for fishing enthusiasts. Other activities you can enjoy here include windsurfing, sea kayaking, & catamaran sailing.

    2. Mahe Island: Offering thrilling underwater sports like snorkeling and diving, Mahe Island is considered to be one of the most visited Seychelles islands among adventure enthusiasts.

    3. Silhouette Island: The third largest island of Seychelles, Silhouette Island offers unmatched opportunities for paddle boating and kayaking, with its high tides triggering your adrenaline rush.

    4. Curieuse Island: Featuring shallow waters, Curieuse Island is suitable for snorkeling. You can spot parrotfish, hawksbill turtles, and colourful corals while snorkeling here.

    5. Moyenne Island: The rays and sharks present under the waters here, make Moyenne Island the perfect destination for enjoying a thrilling snorkeling trip.

    6. Felicite Island: Letting you spot a wide variety of reef fish, the shining turquoise blue waters of Felicite Island make it an ideal diving destination.
  3. What is the best time to visit islands in Seychelles?

    The most ideal time for visiting the Seychelles islands is from April to May and from October to November. Between April and May, the weather is characterized by mild winds and tender showers, which are perfect for enjoying boating, sailing, and birding. October to November is suitable for enjoying snorkeling, scuba diving, shark and whale spotting, and migratory bird watching.
  4. Is Mahe island worth visiting?

    The largest island of Seychelles, Mahe is totally worth visiting, owing to its rich culture and captivating natural beauty. With lush mountains serving as the perfect backdrop, this island offers amazing activities, including rock climbing, hiking, scuba diving, and kayaking, which make it ideal for an action-packed island vacation.