It's an almost suspiciously lovely world, really.
Clean air, abundant plant life, many heavily forested areas. Quite heavy on the ocean; one mostly-northern continent with the middle scooped out into a large bay, extending just past the equator on each side; one mostly-southern continent half a turn round, one more balanced landmass topped by a large scattering of islands, and one smaller but still significant continent with an equatorial coastline.
Plenty of breathable air, no radio signals, only a few scattered lights in the night - mostly fire, probably, rather than electric light.
Every continent has evidence of roads and buildings, but the one with the bay is the most strongly lit at night - there are several patches that look like they might be large towns - or for the usual tech level before electricity, immense sprawling cities.
Over on the southern continent there are more steady scatterings of light, though - the spectrum is not quite right for most electric lighting, but is definitely not fire, and there are a few bright concentrations of it into slightly smaller cities.