Seychelles: Isles of plenty
Whether you’re after action and adventure, seeing some of the world’s rarest flora and fauna or simply just kicking back on the beach, the Seychelles archipelago has it all and then some, says Glynn Burridge
Located in the Indian Ocean, the Seychelles possess a legendary beauty. With an astonishing level of diversity, its mist-clad granite peaks, lush forests and turquoise ocean are home to some of the rarest species of flora and fauna on the planet.
The best way to take it all in is by island hopping, which will take you through a kaleidoscopic array of breathtaking beaches, untouched forests, bird sanctuaries and exotic island hideaways. And what’s more, the islands hold a bounty of activities, from walks and trails to horseback riding, fishing in virgin grounds, golf, year-round sailing and diving in spectacular sites where only a few have gone before.
But there’s more to Seychelles than outstanding natural beauty. One of its most enduring attractions is its enviable pace of life, set against the backdrop of tranquillity and multi-racial harmony, making it an ideal destination for families. Seychelles is the place to appreciate Creole culture and the fun, laidback island lifestyle.
The pillars of a holiday in seychelles are breathtaking landscapes and vibrant culture
The pillars of a holiday in Seychelles are breathtaking landscapes and a vibrant local culture. And today, with enhanced air access to Europe, Africa and Asia with airlines such as Emirates, Etihad, Air Seychelles, Kenya Airways, Turkish Airlines, Condor and British Airways, Seychelles is effectively just one stop from anywhere on the planet and more accessible than ever before. It’s time to book your next holiday – and the Seychelles Islands are waiting for you.
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