The main holiday zone on Praslin is the pretty bay Anse Volbert. There are plenty of hotels, restaurants and even a few bars. It's easy to understand why the long beach is so popular for it's wide, of the finest sand, and lined with coconut palms. But it's also more touristic than elsewhere. Beach boys with dreadlocks sell day trips to the neighbouring islands, while less fit locals sit in the shade and drink beers. The Seychelles have many secluded beaches where you can feel like Robinson Crusoe - however, Anse Volbert is not one of them.