Seychelles Photo Gallery

The islands of Seychelles in the azure waters of the Indian Ocean, with tranquil beaches and the people with cheerful and gentle character, combined with a nature as warm and welcoming, as their island home.

Seychelles Photo Gallery

Seychelles photo gallery featuring many photographs, which detail Seychelles fauna and flora, tranquil beaches with amazingly azure waters of Indian Ocean and Seychellois with cheerful and gentle character, combined with a nature as warm and welcoming, as their island home.


is the main island with the capital Victoria, which has retained much of its original charm and character.
North Mahe is home of the famous Beau Vallon beach and tends to be the busiest and most populated part of the island. It accommodates a wide range of hotels and restaurants. Central Mahe is legendary for its stunning views and scenic mountain roads, while south of Mahe is the quiet part of the island, with its renowned beaches such as Baie Lazare or Anse Soleil.

The highest point is Morne Blanc, 930 metres above sea level, situated in Morne Seychellois National Park. Plenty opportunities for walks through winding paths allow to appreciate the lush flora and fauna at close quarters.
Le Jardin du Roi (King's Garden) is a re-creation of the original spice garden established by the French in 1770 with the plantations of cinnamon, vanilla, nutmeg and cloves.


is the second-largest granite island and is accessible by air or catamaran ferry. Praslin is a home to the Valle de Mai, a UNESCO world heritage site and one of the only two places in the world, where the famous Coco de Mer groves wild on palms 40 metres tall and some 200 years old.
Praslin hosts some of the most striking beaches in the world of which, Anse Lazio and Cote D´Or are the most widely acclaimed.

La Digue

is the third-largest granite island in Seychelles. The pace of life is slow and uses traditional way of transport – the ox cart and bicycle.
The symbol of the island is the unique Seychelles Black Paradise Flycatcher, one of the rarest birds in the world.
In L´Union Estate is production of the coconut oil from copra, furnace-dried coconuts. Many spectacular granite formations have been shaped by wind and sea over million of years. All beaches have a dramatic granite backdrop. The most beautiful beaches are Source D´Argent, Grand Anse, Petite Anse and Anse Cocos.

Fruit bat, blue pigeon, bulbul, skink, gecko, chameleon, snail and spider can be observed on Seychelles Islands.

Traditional foods in the Seychelles are a blend of spicy Creole foods but Chinese, Italian, Japanese and French cuisine is also available. Delicious foods include fish, rice and many varieties of tropical fruits and vegetables.

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