Seychelles is a destination I could recommend to anyone looking for a paradise escape.
We spent our trip on La Digue and Felicite Islands which turned out to be a great choice. La Digue is real heaven on Earth with its palm tree fields and the most beautiful beaches.
We decided to stay in a very affordable guesthouse- Ocean Villa, which was a 5 minute bike ride away from the our favourite beach- Anse Source D’Argent.
La Digue was relatively empty at all times and it we could have the best spots to ourselves for many hours which was one of the main reasons we loved it there.
You can visit everything the island has to offer during just one day, and all the gems are easily accessible by bike. Fave food place on the island is Fish Trap.
Felicite Island is home to one of the most extraordinary hotels we have even stayed at- Six Senses Zil Pasyon. This one is a big spend, but worth every penny considering it’s facilities, surroundings and food.
I've seen a lot of palm trees in my time, but wow. I have never seen one so long, old and big in all my LIFE!
The Wondering Dreamer
Seychelles has always given people a sense of primitiveness and mystery. The reason is not only because of the shape of their national treasure sea coconut, but also because it has not been overexploited, and everything has maintained a good ecological environment, primitive, simple and natural.
The Seychelles beach is really not too beautiful, except for the white sand beach, it also has a unique big reef! Especially famous for the dargent beaches of La digue Island!
Seychelles' snorkeling environment is also great! Although it was not affected by the tsunami, it is still the top snorkeling site, especially the St. Anne National Marine Park.
This is a natural holiday paradise, I want to be an islander here, enjoying this charming scenery every day, living a lazy and comfortable life.
The most high-end honeymoon resort in Seychelles, with many of the world's top resorts. However, in addition to the luxury hotel, it also has a beautiful underwater world landscape, diving into the depths of the sea, swimming with the turtles, and playing with the fish, is undoubtedly a romantic and beautiful experience.
Coral groups connected to each other, as if the dazzling stars are hanging upside down in the water, there are countless magical underwater species that inhabit this huge undersea city.
The pure sea floor, the unobstructed fish, walk through the beautifully shaped corals, the scene is particularly spectacular. Countless lives, as if the fireworks are beautiful. Just as Papeete's market is always crowded, Bora Bora's underwater world is also performing at the same time, a romantic story that is very moving.
Seychelles belongs to Africa, although it is not a part of Africa's landmass. It is an archipelago in the Indian Ocean, off of East Africa. It is praised as the Garden of Eden on Earth. There four groups of islands: Mahé and its satellite islands, Silhouette Island
and North Island, Praslin Archipelago, and Frégate Island and its nearby reef islands. Granite Island is hilly, while Coral Island is largely low and flat.