There is no dearth of beautiful resorts when it comes to a luxury stay in Seychelles. Boasting of its white beaches, coves, coral sunsets, fancy hotels and delectable restaurants; tourists including honeymooners seek a tropical vacation at Seychelles. If you are thinking of where to stay, you have the option of living it royally at one of the country's 5 star, provided your pockets are heavy. If you are looking at more affordable options, Do not worry since Seychelles is known for its self-catering facilities and family-run guesthouses that give the feeling of your own home in a foreign land.
Seychellois cuisine has developed under the rich culture of the island and its proximity to the sea. The most famous items being Creole cooking, varied seafood dishes, coconuts and curries. The primary diet of the country is fish and is prepared in a number of different ways. When in Seychelles, collect coconuts on the beach and open their cover by hitting it with a lot of force until the fibres break up.
The beaches are exotic ribbons of pearl sand that is lapped by turquoise waters and backed by lush green hills and big boulders. Choosing your favourite beach here is a daunting task, with all of them being heavenly.The most famous beaches include the world-famous Anse Source d'Argent, secluded Anse Marron, sexy Anse Takamakaca and Anse Lazio.
The two activities you must partake in when in Seychelles are Diving and snorkelling. Owing to the reefs, terrain similar to a canon, shallow shelves, shipwrecks, granite outcrops and beautiful coral gardens give tourists an instant access to a variety of environments. The water is lukewarm and clear, bustling with life from its exotic wildlife, including whale sharks.
Ecotourism Wildlife Spotting
You can watch sea turtles on Bird Island and giant Aldabra tortoises on the Curieuse. You can also spot sooty terns, tropicbirds, warblers and magpie robins when they are in their natural habitats: the bird sanctuaries of Aride, Cousin, and Bird Islands. If you plan to go to Praslin's Vallée de Mai, you can see the rare coco de mer palms in their natural state see Smart Holiday Shop