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Things to do in Seychelles with a baby

The Seychelles was the first country I've been to that I thought looks like paradise! We visited for 3 weeks with a newborn and a 2 year old!

 

Despite there being 115 islands, there are 3 that are the main ones to visit!

Mahé, Praslin and La Dingue.

 

Here are the top things to do:

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1. The Beaches

 

Picture perfect beaches with white sand! These were our favourite ones:

 

- Beau Vallon - our hotel was actually on this beach and it was the perfect location to stay on the island of Mahé as there are also a lot of restaurants around.

- Anse Lazio - this was our favourite beach on the island of Praslin and had easy parking!

- Source d'Argent - the most famous beach in the world! It costs around £9 to get in but in my opinion it's worth it as it's the only thing you'll really pay entrance for in the Seychelles!

2. Victoria

 

The world's smallest capital! It is located on the island of Mahé and it's very cute to walk around and see the famous clock tower! You park in the central square and pay a very small fee. You won't need longer than an hour to go around!

 

3. Victoria Market

 

Put your baby in a carrier and explore the market which is open Monday to Saturday until 5pm!

 

4. Explore the resorts

 

There are a few family friendly resorts where you can either stay or go and explore for the day! We went to the Four Seasons Seychelles which has been voted the best one in the world!

We absolutely loved out stay and will definitely go again!

 

For baby travel tips and inspiration follow: https://www.instagram.com/sophiefamilytravel/

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