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Seychelles

A hundred million dollars worth of a pirate treasure may lurk nearby, but you won’t care. When you’re in this tropical Indian Ocean paradise, surrounded by white-sand beaches, intoxicating waters and swaying palms laden with exotic fruit, you’ll aready feel like the richest person on the planet. And who wants to get dirty digging on holiday? Hewn seductively from granite or grown from corals, the Seychelles’ 115 islands were uninhabited until the 18th century – many still are. The burgeoning society is primarily African in origin, though it’s infused with touches of French, Indian, Chinese and Arab influence. The only thing known to test the Seychellois’ renowned Pacific nature is their long-standing government.

Best time to visit in Seychelles

March to May and September to November

Best time to visit in Seychelles

March to May and September to November

Places to visit in Seychelles

  • Thunderous clouds of feathers flocking in the skies over Bird Island.
  • Anse Source d’Argent, a heavenly stretch of white sand and crystal-clear water punctuated by naturally sculpted granite monoliths.
  • The rare and ever so suggestive coco de mer palms growing in primordial Vallee de Mai on Praslin Island.
  • The remote raised corals of Aldabra Atoll, the spellbinding home to 150, 000 giant tortoises.
  • A perfectly prepared plate of succulent seafood being placed in front of you.

Places to visit in Seychelles

  • Thunderous clouds of feathers flocking in the skies over Bird Island.
  • Anse Source d’Argent , a heavenly stretch of white sand and crystal-clear water punctuated by naturally sculpted granite monoliths.
  • The rare and ever so suggestive coco de mer palms growing in primordial Vallee de Mai on Praslin Island.
  • The remote raised corals of Aldabra Atoll, the spellbinding home to 150,000 giant tortoises.
  • A perfectly prepared plate of succulent seafood being placed in front of you.

Top things to do in Seychelles

  • Forget Jaws and share the depths with sea creatures big and small at the aptly named Shark Ban.
  • Satisfy any Robinson Crusoe fairy-tale urges on the shores of the Outer Islands.
  • Set your pace to slow and sink into the laid-back vibe on the beautiful granite island of La Digue.
  • Unleash your inner Indiana Jones hiking in the jungle-clad hills of Morne Seychellois National Park.
  • Nothing (as long as you’re planted on one of the planet’s most astounding beaches).

Top things to do in Seychelles

  • Forget Jaws and share the depths with sea creatures big and small at the aptly named Shark Ban.
  • Satisfy any Robinson Crusoe fairy-tale urges on the shores of the Outer Islands.
  • Set your pace to slow and sink into the laid-back vibe on the beautiful granite island of La Digue.
  • Unleash your inner Indiana Jones hiking in the jungle-clad hills of Morne Seychellois National Park.
  • Nothing (as long as you’re planted on one of the planet’s most astounding beaches).

Discover Seychelles

  • Read Seychelles Since 1770: History of a Slave and Post-Slavery Society by Deryck Scarr.
  • Listen to Jean-Marc Volcy, who’s fused modern Creole pop with traditional folk music.
  • Watch Le Monde de Silence, Jacques Cousteau’s ground-breaking documentary, much of which was filmed at Seychelles’ Assumption Island.
  • Eat trouloulou and teck teck, two local varieties of shellfish.
  • Drink calou (a palm wine that will put a bounce in your step).

Discover Seychelles

  • Read Seychelles Since 1770: History of a Slave and Post-Slavery Society by Deryck Scarr.
  • Listen to Jean-Marc Volcy, who’s fused modern Creole pop with traditional folk music.
  • Watch Le Monde de Silence , Jacques Cousteau’s ground-breaking documentary , much of which was filmed at Seychelles’ Assumption Island.
  • Eat trouloulou and teck teck , two local varieties of shellfish.
  • Drink calou (a palm wine that will put a bounce in your step).

Seychelles Highlights

Aldabra giant tortoises, coco de mer palms, fairy-tale beaches coral atolls

Seychelles Highlights

Aldabra giant tortoises , coco de mer palms , fairy-tale beaches coral atolls

One word for Seychelles Tourism

Bonzour (Good morning, in Kreol Seselwa)

One word for Seychelles Tourism

Bonzour (Good morning , in Kreol Seselwa)

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