Anse Soleil beach in Mahe
Seychelles
Hawksbill Turtle Seychelles
Boulders at Anse Source D'Argent, La Digue

Eating and drinking in the Seychelles

Eating

If you’ve chosen to go all-inclusive or you’re staying at a resort on one of the smaller islands (and probably even if you haven’t) you’ll do most of your eating on site. If you do manage to get to some of the restaurants on the main island of Mahe, you’ll find that Seychellois cuisine is quite unique. It’s certainly seafood based and incorporates a lot of coconut.

Drinking and Nightlife

The local beer Seybrew is very good. If you’re staying near the capital Victoria, it’s worth getting to the nightclub Lovenut.

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