Basking in pleasant temperatures all year round, the shapely granite islands and coral atolls which make up the Seychelles could have been custom-made for holidays. This faraway tropical paradise, way out in the Indian Ocean, some 1600km off the Tanzanian coast, is best known for its achingly beautiful beaches – regularly voted the best in the world, and adored by photographers. It’s also good for diving and snorkelling (March–May & Sept–Nov have the best visibility) and hiking (best from May to September) and it has a commendable conservation record, making it superb for eco-tourism. . .
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Links we like
Nature Seychelles Wildlife, nature and conservation news from a local NGO.
Seychelles Tourism Board Official visitor info, attractively presented.
Virtual Seychelles Attractive, government-funded portal for national news and information, with good sections on island culture and the natural environment.
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