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IDYLLIC TRAVEL TO THE SEYCHELLES
The Seychelles is an archipelago of around 100 tropical islands in the northern Indian Ocean, some 1000 kilometers from the East coast of Africa.
The most notable of these islands are Mahe - the largest and home to 90% of Seychelles Residents - Praslin and La Digue. There are also countless small and very private islands that are, simply put, white beaches and tropical paradise at their best.
The Seychelles is an island destination to indulge your senses that has been attracting the jet-set crowd for 50 years, and it continues to host celebrities and smart holidaymakers alike today. It is peaceful and tranquil island bliss - a destination where it is made easier than anywhere else, to slip away to your own private island to share a sunset undisturbed, accompanied only by your loved one.
WARM CLIMATE, RELIABLE WEATHER & GREAT CUISINE
Food here is interesting and exotic - a mix of cultures and flavours rooted in the islands French history, with African, Indian and Chinese influences blended in. Weather is balmy, tropical, warm, and reliable: Temperatures peak just above 30 degrees in March and dip down to the mid twenties in July, which is also the drier time of year. The months between November and February have the highest rainfalls.
There are a lot of outstanding accommodation options available to choose from when travelling to the Seychelles, from big-name luxury hotels such as the Banyan Tree or the Four Seasons, to exquisite boutique hotels like Chateaux de Feuilles on Praslin. North Island - an island resort -is considered the world’s most exotic resort, even exotic enough to host George Clooney & Amal Alamuddin on their honeymoon.
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