Seychelles is not just another destination; it is paradise in the middle of the Indian Ocean, boasting 115 unique pristine islands with vistas of untouched natural beauty, making the possibilities of exploration endless!
Visitors may choose to discover the granitic inner-islands of Seychelles, located around the principal islands of Mahe, Praslin and La Digue; many of which are well renowned for their picture perfect powdery white beaches framed by massive granite boulders.
Nature lovers wishing to explore the islands’ walks and trails will encounter some of the most rare species of fauna and flora on Earth. Nowhere else will you find the largest seed in the world, the Coco-de-Mer, or the rare jellyfish tree with only eight still surviving. Seychelles is also home to two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, namely; Aldabra - the world’s largest raised coral atoll and the primeval forest of Praslin’s Vallee de Mai - home to the Coco-de-Mer palm.
If you are a diving or snorkeling enthusiasts, the crystalline waters of The Seychelles will be far too appealing to ignore; offering a living tropical aquarium, teeming with fish life and gigantic colourful coral reefs. It is every divers dream to swim alongside whale sharks, sea turtles mantas and dolphins; this is the opportunity of a lifetime and it is not to be missed!
Considering the abundance of marine life, every fisherman’s dream could become a reality. Whether, it’s going toe to toe with wahoo, sailfish, marlin or tuna in the deep seas of the archipelago or merely casting your fly lines on the superb shallow flats, Seychelles is home to the thrill of the “big” catch.
One of the best things about traveling is getting to see different cultures. The culture of the Seychelles is a unique mix of African, European, and even Asian influences. Local art, music, and architecture take on the distinctive form of the Seychelles vernacular. Go on a cultural journey by visiting the Colonial Centre of the world’s smallest capital, Victoria. Highlights include The Court House, Kenwyn House, The Natural History Museum, The Main Post-Office and the ‘Little Ben’ Clock-Tower which is over 100 years old.
In the heart of this paradise lies Eden Island, a private man-made island just off the East coast of Mahe. The island resort comprises of a range of accommodation as well as an international marina and Eden Plaza with its variety of shops and restaurants to suit everyone’s desires.
Whether you are looking for a romantic getaway or for a vacation that the whole family can enjoy, the Seychelles with its rare treasures and a year-long warm tropical climate has something for everyone.
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"The apartment is located in one of the best places in Seychelles and it really caters for all kind of groups. It is luxurious and we have enjoyed our stay."
Miemie from South Africa