Seychelles cuisine has been greatly influenced by the islands' rich cultures.
The Seychelles are a group of more than one hundrend islands in the Indian Ocean that lie off the coast of East Africa, northeast of Madagascar. The Seychelles is the smallest African country by population.
Seychelles cuisine has been greatly influenced by the islands' rich cultures. Creole cooking, varied seafood dishes, coconuts and curries are the most popular. The main product of the country, fish, is cooked in a variety of ways. Especially the red snapper is very tasty and well known to visitors. There are restaurants that serve Chinese, Indian and Italian food as well as local cuisine.
Seychelles offers a fantastic nightlife scene that caters to tourists. The active nightlife is mostly located around the larger hotels and in addition to theatres, cinemas and discos, there are numerous fun and trendy restaurants. If you enjoy a good beer you must try the local Seybrew beer, it tastes similar to a light Bavarian style beer and is a must to get you through those balmy days.
Many of the beaches are seemingly untouched by human influence and are refreshingly uncrowded.
They offer clear blue skies and a tranquility you will rarely find. The warm Indian Ocean waters make Seychelles the perfect place for water enthusiasts. Scuba diving, snorkeling, and fishing are also extremely popular and can be done almost anywhere in Seychelles.
The market downtown Victoria has a good selection of local produce, and spices for sale that are all grown locally and 100% authentic. Languages spoken in the Seychelles are Seychellois Creole, English and French. Seychelles Public Transport runs daily bus services on the islands of Praslin and Mahe from morning to evening on nearly every available road on the island.