Seychelles is the least populated country on the African continent.
Seychelles is home to the plankton-eating whale shark and the world’s most giant tortoise. Not only the tortoise is huge, but also the heaviest in the world.
Coconut Curry, Ladob, and Shark chutney are some of typical Seychelles foods.
Seychelles is in East Africa, with a population of 97 thousand people. Its capital is Victoria, and their currency is Seychelles rupee. The languages spoken in Seychelles are French, English, and Seselwa.
They celebrate many holidays including:
It has two world heritage sites:
It also has nine national parks including:
- Morne Seychellois National Park
- Praslin National Park
- Curieuse Marine National Park
- Ste Anne Marine National Park
Want to learn more? Check out Seychelles’s tourism website!