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    What makes the Seychelles unique?


    The Seychelles Islands are located in the western Indian Ocean, between 4° and 10° south of the equator. This one-of-a-kind island paradise is famous for its unparalleled beauty, Seychelles private island resorts, and biodiversity. Which stretches from emerald green rainforests to extremely clear blue seas and is home to some of the world’s most endangered flora and fauna.

    This is the ideal location for a tropical paradise dream vacation. World-famous and magnificent beaches, spectacular rock formations, stunning coral reefs, breathtaking mountains. A pleasant climate year-round, and a diverse choice of Seychelles hotel prices that fits your budget.

    Seychelles is one of a kind.

    What is arguably the world’s best tropical island includes the world’s only granite islands in the middle of the ocean. The world’s oldest ocean islands, the world’s biggest elevated coral atoll, and a slew of other attractions. The Seychelles are composed of 115 granitic and coralline islands.

    That cover a total landmass of 455 km2 and are spread throughout. An Exclusive Economic Zone of nearly 1.4 million km2 in the western Indian Ocean, between 4° and 10° south of the equator. Of the 115 islands, 41 are the world’s oldest mid-oceanic granite islands. Whereas the remaining 74 make up the Outer Islands’ low-lying coral atolls and reef islands.

    The archipelago has developed a diverse spectrum of indigenous species. Two UNESCO World Heritage Sites (Vallee de Mai in Praslin and Aldabra). As well as other magnificent Nature Reserves and National Parks, protect this biodiversity.

    The Seychelles Government announced plans in 2011 to expand the network to cover more than half of the country’s total landmass, making Seychelles the first country to have an official conservation area covering more than half its surface. Every island has its own personality and appeal.

    Over 87000 people live in the Seychelles, predominantly on the three main inner islands of Mahé, Praslin, and La Digue. The Seychelles archipelago is a semblance of heaven. On Earth with its gleaming white sand, azure blue oceans, and Seychelles private pools in hotels.

    The Seychelles’ parks and natural reserves are world-renowned, and its diverse wildlife makes it the perfect diving location. Explore the archipelago’s major islands, Mahé, Praslin, and La Digue.

    Check out our blog –  You Can Dive In The Blue Ocean With These Seychelles Water Activities!

    The Seychelles’ biggest granitic island, Mahé

    The quantity of excellent sites on Mahe is astonishing, not to mention its magnificent beaches, like Beau Vallon, the island’s most renowned beach. The island’s center, with its breathtaking rocky scenery and hidden treasures like the Morne Seychellois National Park, is a must-see.

    Hiking through the island’s highlands is one of the fun things to do in Seychelles and it will lead to wonderful discoveries. Including a rich deep green jungle and gorgeous flora and fauna. The marine parks of St. Anne and Baie Ternay, just offshore, are two magnificent wonders of the Seychelles.

    Praslin is a heaven on earth.

    On Praslin Island in the Seychelles archipelago, you may visit some of the world’s most gorgeous beaches. Praslin is most likely the archipelago’s island that evokes the most images of heaven. As a result, classifying its beaches is challenging, with each one being more magnificent than the next.

    The jagged shoreline (granite blocks), the beautiful curves of its bays, villas in Seychelles and Vallee de Mai, a distinctive green environment in the planet, give Praslin the impression of a Garden of Eden, where the Famous Coco De Mer can be found (Coco Fess- Coconut Buttocks).

    The lovely lifestyle in La Digue

    The island of La Digue is a diving paradise and a jewel of the Seychelles archipelago! How can anyone resist the allure of La Digue Island and its one-of-a-kind little town of La Passe? Only accessible by water, La Digue boasts a small number of resorts in Seychelles islands and spectacular beaches, such as Anse Source d’Argent and Grand’Anse, that rival those of Praslin and Mahé. Time seems to frozen on the island. The island can only explore on foot, by bicycle, or by Oc cart. The view from the Eagle’s Nest, at the summit of the peaks, is spectacular. You may sail from La Digue to Cocos Island and dip in a gorgeous natural aquarium.

    Seychellois Cuisine

    Magical. The number of islands that make up the total of 115 is less famous, and the cuisine is much more of an indigenous cuisine that continues to develop. The taste of ancestral knowledge, passed down through generations, where the flavors blend together perfectly and explode in the mouth. The food of Seychelles is still a one-of-a-kind, high-quality delicacy.

    The cuisine of Seychelles is influences by Chinese, African, Indian, Portuguese, Dutch, and, most notably, French elements. It was able to take the best of each country and blend it into its own character, originality, and mix, according to the passages of numerous settlers and adventure seekers. This is arguably the least well-known of Creole cuisines, yet it is distinctive in its own right, much like the Seychelles. Enjoy the dishes prepared from freshly-caught fish and don’t forget to try the signature dishes of the island from Mahe, Seychelles hotels.

    How to Get There

    There is no need for a visa. The good news is that this is the case. The bad news is that you are welcome to come and go, but not to remain. One must show immigration authorities a valid passport for the duration of your stay, a return or onward ticket to leave, confirmation of booking with contact information in a hotel or a private villa in Seychelles, and adequate finances for the period of stay. Upon completing these steps, you will grant a month-long visitor’s permit for free.

    Where to Stay

    Story Seychelles, The Best Beach Hotels in Mahe, Seychelles is located on Beau Vallon Beach. One of Mahè’s most affluent neighborhoods, only 10 minutes from Victoria (the capital). 5 Minutes from Morne Seychelles National Park, and 20 minutes from Seychelles International Airport.

    This Boutique Resort boasts a natural coral just 50 meters from the beach. Making it one of the best Seychelles honeymoon destinations. Expect nothing but unspoiles views, charming creole hospitality, and a new level of indulgence at this paradise resort. which is knows for its azure turquoise waters, sparkling white beaches, and rich emerald foliage.

    Check out the rest of our blog to better prepare yourself in planning a vacation to this lovely island. Learn more about things to do, places to visit, Seychelles all-inclusive packages, and more.

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