While scuba diving allows you to admire the most sought-after coral reefs on the planet, water sports will be the opportunity to capture the translucent waters of the archipelago. You will easily find what to do in Seychelles according to your desires and skill level. However, the Seychelles Islands are also a particularly protected area. 50% of the territory is preserved and many national parks are present. Morne Seychellois National Park is home to 9 hiking trails for particularly pleasant exotic walks. The summit culminates at 906 meters and is therefore the highest in the archipelago. In addition, the Sainte-Anne National Park preserves the oldest marine reserve in the Seychelles. You will be speechless in front of this real natural aquarium. You will therefore have the chance to explore an astonishing and splendid fauna. The capital of Seychelles is located on the island of Mahé, the largest in the archipelago. Victoria illustrates many eras and is revered as a real architectural gem. This city looks like an open-air museum as the architectural wonders fascinate. Thanks to its small surface, you will have the opportunity to visit the city on foot and there you will find the botanical garden, where you will meet giant turtles in the middle of an exceptional exotic flora. The very famous Sir Selwyn Selwyn Clarke market will welcome you among its colourful stalls where you will discover local crafts and make your mouth water. Wondering what else to do in the Seychelles? On the archipelago, you will have a variety of choice according to the mood of the day. Do not wait any longer to fly away and experience a fascinating vacation. The paradisiacal landscapes mingle with the sweetness of life of the Seychellois to offer you an exotic journey where wonder will be part of your daily life.