Seychelles aims for ‘a better kind of tourism’


Sustainability has become indispensable for Seychelles. That was the consensus at a recent Experience Seychelles Mega Fam event hosted by Tourism Seychelles, with over 65 travel industry attendees worldwide.

The granite islands of Seychelles harbor natural riches, including roughly 75 endemic plant species. Visitors can see curiosities like the tiny Seychelles frog (about the size of a pinky finger) and the giant tenebrionid beetle, the world’s biggest flying insect. About 335,000 visitors come to Seychelles yearly, attracted specifically by these extraordinary ecological treasures, which the Seychelles government is working hard to protect and preserve.

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