Seychelles Travel Guide

Seychelles main island is called Mahe. There are loads to do here and it also serves as the main hub for transport to some of Seychelles most picturesque locations. So here are a few of the best experiences you can have out on the islands.

Curieuse Island

This island is a beautiful quiet spot and you can even make friends with giant tortoises. It’s one of the few places in Seychelles where they roam freely and there are plenty of leaves around to feed them with as well. If you really want to impress them, they love a good scratch on the bottom of their neck. There’s a really nice hiking route around the island and the nature along the way is stunning. Some private tours that bring you here will even cook you a delicious barbecue to enjoy.

La Digue

The next island on our list is La Digue. This is by far Seychelles most picturesque island and it’s a great place to kick back and relax. Everyone gets around La Digue on bicycles and there are plenty of beautiful beaches to explore.

Anse Source D’Argent

The most iconic Island of them all has to be Anse Source D’Argent. It’s said to be the most photographed beach in the world and features incredible white sands with intriguing rock formations. You could probably get enough shots here in one day to fill your Instagram for a whole month. The water gets deep really slowly here as well, meaning you can walk far out into the ocean, step into nature, and away from the stresses of everyday life.

Praslin Island – Valle de Mae

If you are fed up of relaxing and need a little more adventure on your trip, then there are plenty of things on offer in Seychelles. Praslin Island is home to the incredible Nature Park, Valle de Mai. It’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site which houses the Coco de Mar palm. This plant grows the world’s largest seed. The plants here are huge and exploring the site feels like you have stepped onto the set of Jurassic Park. There are a few different walking trails so you can go on a hike that takes either one, two, or three hours depending on your choice.

Anse Lazio

Praslin is also home to Anse Lazio. It is another picturesque beach in Seychelles. The sand is thick and the overhanging palm trees give you plenty of natural shade spots to cool off. The water level here is also really nice, it’s deep but not too deep that you can’t stand up. Having this incredible beach and Valle de Mai Nature Park means that Praslin is the best of both worlds. It’s definitely a must-see.

Scuba Diving

Scuba diving in Seychelles is out of this world. Not only will you see incredible corals and a huge variety of tropical fish but you are likely to see Turtles if you go diving in the right places. We highly recommend checking out the diverse marine life here.


If you still want to enjoy this but diving isn’t your thing, you can definitely see a lot from just snorkeling alone. For this, it’s a good idea to head out from Mahe on a catamaran to Moyenne Island. This is an excellent day trip where you’ll be taken out to explore the Marine National Park. You can relax on the catamaran and take in the stunning views, dive into the ocean, and even go for a walk around Moyenne. It’s also worth noting that there are some giant tortoises here as well. So if you can’t make it out to Curieuse Island, you can still experience these beautiful animals much closer to Moyenne.

Mahe – Beau Vallon Beach

Now let’s talk about staying back on Mahe. Being Seychelles main island, it has an awful lot on offer. The Beau Vallon Beach area boasts a whole load of activities including a range of fun watersports. Nothing feels quite as good as jet skiing in paradise. You can also go parasailing here where you will get an awesome view of the island.

Beau Vallon Night Market

Things can get quite expensive in Seychelles but we have got your back here. The night markets on Beau Vallon Beach are one of the best places to go for culture and cheap food. You can try everything here for a relatively good price and enjoy local music around a campfire.

Amalfi Coast Travel Guide

The Amalfi Coast stretches for about 30 miles along the SORRENTINE Peninsula southern coast in Southern Italy. Just like a beautiful necklace, the Amalfi Coast is a spectacular coastline that sparkles with fragrant groves, hillside vineyards, and a grand sweeping history. There are certain places that are so legendary and so famous that it feels familiar even before you set foot there. One of such places is the “Road of a thousand bends”.

For thousands of years, the Amalfi Coast has attracted society’s beautiful and rich and inspired some of the greatest writers and artists in the world. Amalfi is this area’s largest city, and it is a great place to start your legendary journey. During medieval times, this town was powerful and wealthy and the merchants here spent gold coins instead of the barter system that was used in the rest of Italy.

Cattedrale di Sant’Andrea is one of this city’s magnificent buildings that reflect their early wealth. You can take a short trip to Pantone. This is a picturesque hillside village where Amalfi’s elite used to escape the crowds. Atrani is a fishing village just over the hill that has a local dialect and maintains its own traditions. Atrani is Southern Italy smallest principality and its medieval alleys and streets feel untouched by the hands of time.

The nearby villages of Furore and Praino have different beautiful beaches. One of such is Fiordo di Furore which was an ancient gorge that was used as a hideout for bandits for many centuries. The site of one of the greatest legends of all time is a little further along.

Just off the Positano coast is where Ulysses resisted the mythical calls of the sirens according to Greek mythology. Positano is perhaps the Almafi Coast best-known destination. Since the 1950s, it has a favorite of celebrities as it glitters with old world glamour.

Most of the paths lead to the Santa Maria Assunta and the town center from Marina Grande Beach. Hikers come from different parts of the world to stroll through lemon orchards on trails. Follow the ancient trails to the Ravello, a hilltop town. it is an elegant village known for the magnificent architecture that used to be the private home of a powerful and rich family, Villa Rufolo.

Visit Villa Cimbrone to see the Terraces of Infinity. Gore Vidal, the famous American writer called it “the world’s most beautiful view”. The Amalfi Coast charms once drew the Roman aristocracy before its medieval glory. Minori is the tiny fishing village where the elite of society loves to enjoy their summer days. The road from Minori leads to Maiori, another fishing town with one of the coast’s largest beaches. It is dominated by the San Nicola de Thoro-Plano Castle which is one of the area’s powerful defense system last remnants.

With its Mediterranean colors, endless sunshine and a landscape of breathtaking beauty and gripping drama, the Amalfi Coast is truly a legendary destination.

Maui, Hawaii Travel Guide

Maui is Hawaii’s second largest island but less than 500,000 people call it home. In less than three hours, you can drive from one side of this island to the other. Many regard Maui as the most beautiful island in Hawaii and you will easily see why when you take a tour around. This island oasis has become a go to vacation spot for the owners of Albatross Roofing when they’re looking to get away. Modern American lifestyle and Polynesian heritage go hand in hand on this island.

For a bird’s eye view of the lush landscape in this North Pacific Island, book a helicopter ride. All around this sunny island, you can enjoy water sports thanks to the over 80 beaches and tropical climate. There are plenty of museums, galleries, shops, and bars that can keep you entertained once the trade wind starts to pick up.

Wailuku is the capital city of Maui. It combines soul with history. Enjoy a drive to Hana by renting a car. This can serve as the start of your journey or a return trip from the island. You will pass through some of the most striking natural wonders as you drive through the winding road. You can also pick up a Hawaiian treat and stretch your legs at a waterfall along the way. At the Ho’Okipa Beach Park, cast a line or see some surfers as they compete to steal the show. The Garden of Eden Arboretum is a great place to spend some time. There are great vistas in this bamboo forest.

Haleakala National Park
The Haleakala National Park is on the other side of Hana. It is the island’s highest peak and a hiking hotspot. Put on all weather gear and follow the trails to the impressive cinder cones. Drive straight to the lookout to avoid the steep climb so you can enjoy the views.

Maluaka Beach
Enjoy your afternoon on the Maluaka Beach by finding a spot in the shade. At the nearby Wailea Beach, you can enjoy a resort stay with your family or learn how to surf by continuing to the north to Kihei. This oceanfront town has lots of affordable food, shops, and accommodation, making it the perfect place to stay for some days.

This is one of Maui’s prettiest towns and it is in the northwest of the island. It is an historic center that attracts many whale watchers in the winter and it is bustling all year. Visit museums and galleries or shop for souvenirs under the ancient banyan tree shade

Kaanapali Beach
Kaanapali Beach is a great place to end your tour of this island. It is a high end beach resort that combines everything from culture, magnificent beaches, comfort, to sunshine; this lush island has it all.