Zil Elwannyen Sesel are the outer islands, far from the four main islands of the Seychelles Bank. The outer islands of the Seychelles include the Aldabra Group, the Amirantes, the Alphonse Group, the Farquhar Group, the coral islands of Platte and Coetivy, and Cosmoledo.

The outer islands are mostly atolls, consist mainly of coral and make up almost half of the area of the Seychelles' territory.

The archipelagos are consistently flat, just above sea level and have a total of only around 1,200 residents. Most of the atolls and islands are uninhabited.

They are geographically scattered over a huge area of the sea and are sometimes up to 1,180 kilometers away from the main island of Mahe.

I haven't been to Zil Elwannyen Sesel yet.

There are no plans to visit there yet. Getting there would be extremely difficult, only possible with a private plane and would cost at least 13,000 US dollars.

Hence no photos!