The Indian Ocean has over 15 trails to choose from. For nature lovers, each network of walks and trails criss-crossing the islands of Mahe, Praslin, and La Digue is unique and reflects the islands’ richness and wealth. Copolia Trail, located in Morne Seychellois National Park, is one of Seychelles’ most popular hiking trails. The view is simply breathtaking, spanning the east coast of the main island all the way to the country’s international airport. The Anse Major trail will not disappoint if you are looking for a relaxing beach day at the end of a hike. Even though the Vallee de Mai is unquestionably Praslin’s main draw, the alternative Fond Ferdinand Nature Reserve is also well worth a visit. This 122-hectare park is six times the size of Vallee de Mai and contains more endemic plant and animal species to discover.
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