Why The Seychelles are Another World

The Seychelles are a group of 115 islands located in the middle of the Indian Ocean off the east coast of Africa, and have an unbelievable range of natural riches and biodiversity which are completely unique in the world.

Made up of 41 granitic islands as well as over 70 low-lying coralline cays, atolls and reef islands, The Seychelles also has the two UNESCO World Heritage sites of Aldebra (which is known as The Galapagos of the Indian Ocean) and the Valee Du Mai which is like a real life Jurassic Park. The Seychelles offer something which you simply can’t find anywhere else on earth.

In this episode Bernadete Willemin from The Seychelles Tourism Board talks tells us about the islands and how the Seychelles Government balances the protection of their natural riches whilst still providing a first class tourism offering.