All the chats in Seychelles

  1. Chats in Anse Boileau
  2. Chats in Anse Royale
  3. Chats in Beau Vallon
  4. Chats in Bel Ombre
  5. Chats in Cascade
  6. Chats in English River
  7. Chats in Takamaka

The Seychelles, officially the Republic of the Seychelles are a group of 115 islands located in the Indian Ocean, northeast of Madagascar, with a total area of ​​455 km², belonging to the Commonwealth of Nations. Its capital is Victoria, the only city in the archipelago, located on Mahé Island and inhabited by a third of the population. It has the only international airport and port in the country, which receives flights from the most important international airports in the world, since tourism's main source of foreign currency is tourism.

One of the main attractions of Victoria is the Botanical Garden, where you can see examples of giant tortoises that are endemic to these islands and that, although they are smaller, are very similar to the species of turtles present in the Galapagos Islands. Other species of giant tortoises from the Seychelles are the giant turtle of Seychelles and the giant tortoise of Arnold, both critically endangered. They are currently the subject of a captive breeding program and reintroduction by the Seychelles Nature Protection Association. The predominant ethnic group is the Seychellois, of African and French roots, but there are also Chinese and Indian minorities. The majority of the population professes Catholicism, 8% of the population are Anglicans and there are 2% of different religions. Seychelles is what is known as a tropical paradise. The islands retain their natural beauty, with beautiful beaches and a sea with excellent conditions for diving enthusiasts.

It has a tropical climate with temperatures that, annually, oscillate between 25 and 30 °C, with very rainy months from November to May, when they are reached by the monsoon winds. Seychelles has the highest human development index in Africa and one of the few with an HDI considered "high". Despite the new economic prosperity of the country, poverty remains widespread due to the very high level of income inequality, one of the highest in the world, and a low distribution of wealth.