Seychelles: Holiday Ideas
The Republic of Seychelles comprises 115 islands, lies in the western Indian Ocean and to the east coast of Africa.Seychelles is the home to the fabulous Coco-de-mer, the largest seed in the world, the jellyfish tree, with only eight surviving exampl es, the Seychelles' paradise flycatcher and Seychelles warbler. It also features two UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Aldabra, the world's largest raised coral atoll and Praslin's Vallée de Mai.Seychelle's group of islands are divided into Inner and Outer Islands. Together these Inner Islands contain the majority of Seychelles tourism facilities as well as its most stunning beaches  


Reasons to Visit :


Breathtaking Beaches : From Beauvallon Beach, in the North of Mahe to Anse Lazio, Anse Georgette and Anse Volbert in Praslin to beaches strewn with Pink granite rocks in La Digue
Creole Dining : Try classic dishes like Creole style fresh fish, curries, mango and papaya salads, lentils, and eggplant fritters followed by some lip licking dessert
Island Hopping : Go Island hopping in Mahe to islands like Ile au Cerf, Sainte Anne Island, Moyenne Island and Silhouette Island and Praslin like Coco, Cousin and Cousine
Scuba Explorer : Discover the multitudes of coral and fish, and if you`re lucky, you may even get to swim with the turtles and the eagle rays. Discover the treasures of the Seychelles waters by diving in.
Luxury Experiences : Stay in Private Villas or luxurious hotels on secluded islands or hire a yacht and sail the sea for that private moment
Giant Tortoises : The main population of the giant tortoise resides on the Aldabra Atoll. The atoll is now 1 of 2 UNESCO world heritage sites in Seychelles, and it is home to some 100,000 giant tortoises, the worlds largest population of the animal.