Witness All the Hidden Gems in Seychelles Leave a comment

Settled off the coast of East Africa, Seychelles is a true gem of Southeast Asia. It is a heaven of exotic turquoise waters, picture-perfect islands, and white-sand beaches. This is one of the most traveled islands especially for honeymooners who want to enjoy in a tranquil environment. You can witness some of the endangered species such as one of the biggest tortoise here in Seychelles.

If you are a nature lover and want to explore the untouched and unexplored secrets of Seychelles then look out for these hidden places which are perfect for your honeymoon and keep you away from the crowded area. So, Make sure you considered these places in your Seychelles honeymoon packages.

Bird Island – Aldabra Atoll
Bird Island is located at the south of Aldabra Atoll perfect for those who want to spend their holiday in a calm and soothing place. It is yet another UNESCO World Heritage Site and the second largest atoll in the world. Bird Island is the best place to observe the heaviest tortoise and besides tortoise, you can also locate more than 100,000 wild Aldabra giant tortoises, unique seabirds, and some of the rare reptiles.
If you are a marine lover and a bit curious about aquatic then you can scuba dive or snorkel to observe vibrant angelfish and clownfish, harmless reef sharks, butterfly fish, colorful anemones, large eagle rays, colorful sea turtles and many more.
 Vallee de Mai, Praslin Island
Vallee de Mai is located at Praslin Island listed under the UNESCO world heritage site. It preserves regional Flora and Fauna and every year it attracts thousands of tourists to witness this beautiful Natural Reserve destination. Vallee de Mai is popular for some of the rare and endangered species of wild animals such as Sunbird, blue pigeon, large-billed bulbul, Seychelles black parrot, and many more. Get lost in the beauty of the wildness with your partner on your honeymoon tour.


Take a look at some of the unique varieties of pine trees some of which are 30 to 50 meters high. In regional language, Vallee de Mai is called the Garden of Eden. The journey is not completed unless you witness the biggest coconuts in the world mainly called “Coco de Mer” in the local language. They are easily available at local stores and will be the perfect souvenir for your loved ones.
Victoria Market
Seychelles is not an excellent shopping goal but there are a few interesting jewelry stores, craft shops, and other local markets to buy some souvenirs back home. Exotic seeds, local rum called Takamaka, gemstones, jewels, essential oils, and beautiful art pieces are some of the famous things to look out for. Due to its less popular among tourists, you can visit Victoria Market on your Seychelles honeymoon packages without facing a large crowd.

Besides shopping, there are lots of tourist attractions in Victoria to visit and observe during your holiday trip to Seychelles. Established in 1903 by the Seychelles Governor Sir Ernest Sweet, you can witness the history of this particular place and explore The Victoria Clock Tower also known as Creole (in regional language) is one of the national monument of Seychelles.
ZEZ
Located on the top of the hill with jaw-dropping panoramas of the majestic ocean, ZEZ is one of the best restaurants of Seychelles with expert chefs to tantalize your taste buds with some exquisitely flavored cuisines. Have a bite of authentic fish delicacies straight from the ocean and explore the picturesque views offered by the restaurant. ZEZ is heaven for seafood and nature lover. 
The signature dish Singaporean masterpiece which is served with steamed bun and green chili sauce will truly make your day. It is the best place to visit on your holidaytour and to feast both your eyes and taste buds.

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