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Seychelles is composed of 115 picturesque islands located in the Indian Ocean off the coast of East Africa.

Home to unique species like the giant Aldabra tortoises and lush tropical vegetation, Seychelles is a biodiverse paradise.

The islands boast world-renowned beaches such as Beau Vallon and Anse Takamaka on Mahé, as well as Anse Sourced Argent on La Digue.

Seychelles has a rich cultural blend, with influences from Africa, Europe, and Asia. Creole is the main language, but English and French are also widely spoken.

Mahé's capital, Victoria, is one of the smallest capitals in the world and offers markets, historical sites, and a taste of Seychellois urban life.

The surrounding ocean offers myriad activities, from snorkeling and scuba diving amidst vibrant coral reefs to sailing and fishing.