Customised Holiday in Seychelles

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The 115 Seychelles islands lie far-out in the Indian Ocean and are as well known for their natural beauty as for their exclusive resorts. Only 16 islands have resorts, typically secluded five-star retreats. Main-island Mahé is blessed with white sand beaches and a mountainous interior; Praslin, the second largest island, is an UNESCO World Heritage Site of indigenous palms and beaches regularly voted the world's best. Vanilla vines and delicate orchids fill the forests of nearby La Digue Island, where the locals still favor ox carts and bicycles over cars. So which island to visit? Be it one of the three main islands of Praslin, La Digue or Mahé - its mountainous interior or any outlying island, you’ll strike gold.

Mother Nature was very generous with these islands and has spoiled them rotten. Undeniably, the beaches are the big attraction, and what beaches: exquisite ribbons of white sand lapped by topaz waters and backed by lush hills and big glacis boulders and not a soul in sight. With such a dreamlike setting, the Seychelles is, unsurprisingly, a choice place for a honeymoon. But there’s much more to do than simply cracking open a bottle of champagne with the loved one in a luxurious hotel. The islands boast of the largest nut in the world the Coco de mer, and the palms they grow on are like oversized palm leave giving you a feeling of ‘Honey I shrunk the Kids.’ Besides the gorgeous marine life there are forest trails to discover. Though it remains an expensive destination, its tourist authorities are now targeting non-millionaires, promoting economy options. But fear not: mass tourism it will never be.
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