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Seychelles

Holidays in Seychelles

The Sea Shore of Aldabra.

Pamper yourself at the golden beaches of Seychelles. A tropical main island of 115 group islands, which lies in the Indian Ocean with 2 Iconic UNESCO world heritage sites. (i.e.  The Vallee de Mai nature park and the Aldabra coral atoll).  Only a few number of people (roughly 92,000) dwell here as nature reserves and exotic jungles fill half of the landmass. The typical cuisine of Seychelles consists of fresh fruits and hot spices, so experiencing a mouth-delighting specialty is a must at the local food market. The dramatic rock formations will make you go wow at the first sight, as it is the only mid-ocean granite island in the world. Lastly, one can enjoy sightseeing the capital city, visiting the beaches, indulging in sea sports, admiring its rare animals (e.g. giant tortoises) and plants, meeting Seychellois’ at the nearest night pub and getting involved in many other exciting activities. During your stay, if you did not get enough time to explore the whole land and want to be back again, just have a bite of their local breadfruit, as there is a popular rumor that whoever eats it will return to Seychelles soon.

The Sea Shore of Aldabra.

Pamper yourself at the golden beaches of Seychelles. A tropical main island of 115 group islands, which lies in the Indian Ocean with 2 Iconic UNESCO world heritage sites. (i.e.  The Vallee de Mai nature park and the Aldabra coral atoll).  Only a few number of people (roughly 92,000) dwell here as nature reserves and exotic jungles fill half of the landmass. The typical cuisine of Seychelles consists of fresh fruits and hot spices, so experiencing a mouth-delighting specialty is a must at the local food market. The dramatic rock formations will make you go wow at the first sight, as it is the only mid-ocean granite island in the world. Lastly, one can enjoy sightseeing the capital city, visiting the beaches, indulging in sea sports, admiring its rare animals (e.g. giant tortoises) and plants, meeting Seychellois’ at the nearest night pub and getting involved in many other exciting activities. During your stay, if you did not get enough time to explore the whole land and want to be back again, just have a bite of their local breadfruit, as there is a popular rumor that whoever eats it will return to Seychelles soon.