This was our last day to explore Seychelles and many things were remaining to cover, specially the very famous beach of Anse Lazio and also, vale de Mai and Anse gorgete.
This time instead of renting a car we opted to use bus as a mode of transportation. The best thing is that wherever you want to travel you can travel just by paying 7 seychellian rupees per ride and there is only 2 bus routes in Praslin and each bus is available in an hour's time. The list of the places to visit and bus timings were provided by the hotel manager.
Upon discussing with the manager, we were told that Anse gorgete needs, prior booking of 3-4 days if one has to visit this beach, so the same was cancelled from our list to visit the destination. Secondly we had to go again for shopping, so Cotd'or was the name suggested to us and we had planned to cover Anse Lazio for sure. So we started off with Anse Lazio as our first destination, which was the last stop of the bus route no. 61 , where we had to debord at Anse Bouden and from there it was a 20 mins walk and the walk was too tiring as the route was very sloppy and either it had inclination of 45 degree or 45 degree downwards. But the journey was worth the effort. Soon after the completion, we again get greeted with the grand species of tortoise at the start of the beach and again we feeded them with the green leaves and watching them eat was another satisfaction that one can feel of you are a nature lover. Then we entered the beach and the view was just magnificent and was not at all feeling like to leave this place.
After spending some awesome time here and clicking the picture, we headed back to the bus stand which was again a tedious task to complete. After boarding the bus we headed towards cotd' or for shopping and while doing that we accidentally landed up on another white sand beach with the very famous bent tree of Seychelles over here and had some pictures clicked with it and then had a long walk along the beach with hand in hand of each other like a perfect romantic walk. After the entire activity, we headed for souvenir shopping, but as i said on Victoria visit, kindly shop for anything over there only, nothing interesting was found over here and whatever was available, was available on a higher price with less of an option.
After all this we had a shortage of time so couldn't make it for vale de Mai, instead we headed back to our hotel and spent some quality time there and again had some great sunset pictures of ours to cherish upon.