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Seychelles


An isolated dazzling island paradise of daydream material, positioned close to Madagascar, Maldives and Mauritius. This magnificent island is also a great place for divers the Seychelles offer fine beaches, turquoise seas and deliciously warm weather. Rare plantlife thrives on this Indian Ocean archipelago: no less than 81 species are unique survivors from the luxuriant tropical forests that covered the islands until humanity's belated arrival two centuries ago; outstanding amongst these is the coco-de-mer (sea coconut), native to Praslin, which grows in the Vallée de Mai.

The Seychelles are also a major attraction for birdwatchers. Up to two million sooty terns nest on Bird Island, and on Aride can be found the world's largest colonies of lesser noddies, roseate terns and other tropical birds.

After French colonial rule, under which the islands were named after the royal accountant Vicomte Moreau de Séchelles, the islands were annexed by Britain. For 150 years, isolated from the rest of the world and all but ignored by the major European powers, the Seychelles developed their own colourful traditions, language and culture.

It features six national marine parks and you can enjoy both snorkel and Scuba.  It's astonishing to know that coral islands comprises of 1,000 varied species of fish. Seychelles is surely the ultimate holiday as well as honeymoon and wedding destination. Its turquoise, clean white powedery beaches, along with exquisite plant life attracts people from all over the world.

 
For those looking for romantic and luxurious resort in Seychelles then simply go for the Banyan Tree. This beautiful luxury resort is positioned on Mahe Island and is spread across 117 hectares of coastline and overlooking 800 metres of beach frontage. This romantic luxury resort is also positioned in China, Japan, Thailand and Maldives. Other popular resorts are Le Meridien, Taj and Lemuria resort.

Other interesting activities on land are hiking. Enjoy thrilling hiking along the nature trails. Lemuria resort on Praslin sport is the best dwelling place for golfers. PGA has recognized this 18-hole golf course and ideal for amateurs and golfers.

For those who are looming for rare species of birds then Seychelles is finest place the ideal place to visit. Cousin Island is the key attraction of Seychelles with home to various endangered species. Enjoy the rich island, which is also breeding ground for several seabirds and turtles. Another immensely popular and largest beach in Seychelles is the Beau Vallon. If you want to experience some great snorkeling then visit Ste Anne Marine National Park. Another popular island is Mayenne, know for treasures and ghosts. Enjoy authentic Creole cuisine at Round Island. You can also enjoy some great and soothing tree-shaded walking.


General Fact Files


The cosmopolitan Seychellois are a colourful blend of peoples of different races, cultures and religions.  At different times in its history, people of African, European and Asian origin have come to Seychelles, bringing with them their distinct traditions and customs and contributing to the way of life and to the vibrant Seychellois culture.

 The Seychelles islands are located in the Equatorial belt and are therefore characterized by a generally warm and humid climate throughout the year. The temperature seldom drops below 24 degrees or rises above 33 degrees centigrade. However, the weather is influenced by two main trade winds.

South East Trade Winds: June to September – the weather is usually windy with the possibility of scattered showers. Nice and cool.

Intermediate Season: March and October to November are dry with high temperatures. The month of April signifies the beginning of migration for different species of seabirds – an ideal period for ornithologists.

The Seychelles lies outside the cyclone and hurricane belts, one of the few places in the world that has no real natural hazard or dangers. However, the sun is intense at all times and suntan lotions with high protection factors is highly advisable Read More...

 

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