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Seychelles Responsible Travel by TOURISMER

Responsible travel Seychelles


The archipelago is made up of 115 islands, fine sandy beaches interspersed with guesthouses with friendly charm, hotels nestled under the palms of coconut palms, villas with natural materials and impeccable comfort.

A stay in the archipelago guarantees breathtaking nature, suitable for the pleasures of hiking and water sports. With 88,000 inhabitants, the population is small, but it is very welcoming.

 The sailors stopped in the Seychelles to stock up on water, wood and tropical fruits. Pirates also frequented the islands. They would have hidden their loot there, especially in Mahé, in the region of Bel Ombre.

During a trip to the Seychelles, you will have the chance to discreetly observe giant turtles laying eggs on the beach lined with coconut trees, including the emblematic cocos de mer. If you dream of escape, nothing beats a hike in the heart of Le Morne Seychellois. The Seychelles are also a mecca for water activities. Head to the Saint-Anne Marine Park to go snorkeling and admire the colorful fish in the Seychelles waters. If we travel to these islands for their breathtaking nature, their festive and friendly atmosphere is also worth the detour. The capital Victoria, on the island of Mahé, takes you to meet the Seychellois and their traditions.

Practice responsible travel in Seychelles Island  with our local experts.

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  1. local culture
  2. local gastronomy
  3. unmissable hike
  4. outstanding local initiatives to preserve ecosystem