In the Indian Ocean, 115 paradise islands form the Seychelles Archipelago. With a guaranteed presence on the lists of the most beautiful beaches in the world, Seychelles offers all kinds of outdoor activities and water sports, in addition to a warm people and vibrant culture. An ideal destination for couples, families and groups of friends, the country has three main islands (Mahé, Praslin and La Digue), exclusive islands with a single hotel, as well as islands without accommodation, where you can spend the day. Seychelles is also home to the Vallée de Mai and Aldabra Atoll, two UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

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Paradise beaches, exuberant nature and hospitality from another world. Seychelles truly is paradise in the middle of the Indian Ocean. In the first Bureau Experience, Anelise Zanoni, journalist and author of the Seychelles Guide, will share the beauties and impressions of her experiences in the archipelago.

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"Seychelles is an open-air natural history museum and a pristine sanctuary for rare species of fauna and flora. With almost 50% of its land area preserved, the country is proud of its conservation and nature preservation practices, which result in in a high degree of environmental protection."


Seychelles is an archipelago of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean, known for its incredibly idyllic landscapes.

Due to the diversity of islands and activities Seychelles offers many destinations within one, and those who arrive in this piece of paradise always want to stay longer. Discover the attractions that the destination offers and also about the Creole culture that offers surprising cuisine, as well as many artistic activities on the islands.

"Seychelles is a happy and colorful mix of different ethnicities, cultures and religions. At different times in its history, people from the African, European and Asian continents arrived on the islands bringing with them different traditions and customs, contributing to the Seychellois way of life and culture. As for Creole gastronomy, we can find subtleties of French cuisine, the exoticism of Indian dishes and the spicy flavors of the Orient."