With many beautiful beaches spread along the crystalline waters, there is nothing surprising in the fact that it ranks among the world’s most perfect island getaways.
Speckled gracefully on the blue sheet of Indian Ocean, this archipelago is a symbiosis of luxuries and lasciviousness. If you are born with a silver spoon, and can’t imagine your holiday without a reiki spa and a private chopper, than this island will cater to all your esteem needs. Nevertheless, if you want to visit Seychelles, it doesn’t mean that you will have to sell of your car, or withdraw from an investment. With just a bit of planning and know-how of the island, you can make the most out of these wonderful islands without hurting your budget.
When to go?
The best time to visit is in the Summers I.e. from July to September, the weather is usually dry and the waves are usually calm, which pulls in most of the holiday makers to Seychelles, and consequently prices of commodities, rentals etc take a hefty rise. In these days finding a vacant corner on the beach for a laid back experience will be a touch to hard for your comfort. To dodge the crowds, plan your trip in cooler season’s i.e from November to March, although these are the times when Seychelles receives highest rainfalls, yet the temperature barely falls below 22 degrees. So, you can enjoy the tranquil beaches all for yourself without brushing your shoulders with thousands. Moreover, you will have the chance to avail luxuries since the 5 star hotels also run packages in off-season as a part of their sales activities.
Which island to go in particular and for what?
There are 3 main islands which are sufficiently popular among the holiday makers all over the world. Mahe is the largest island, which has an International Airport, and not hard to guess, it’s the Capital of Seychelles. If you are looking to boost your adrenaline by the way of trail-walking, snorkeling and swimming, then it’s the place for you.
The second biggest island is situated 50 km towards the northeast. Unlike Mahe, this place has a much quieter and tranquil ambience. It boasts about its long stretches of sand, for instance the bay of Anse Lazio. The island also has a Vallee de Mai nature reserve, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. These islands are famous for Coco de Mer which is a frightfully large Coconut.
Good things come in small packages, so is the case with small La Digue. It is a classic Seychelles escape, unknown to the worldly hurly-burly, a perfect mesmerizing island where in everyone travels by bike and there are no street lights to hinder the shine of stars. It is also a home to most spectacular beaches: lagoon of Anse Source d’ Argent and the isolated covers of Grand and Petite Anse.
Travelling to remote islands might spoil up your budget. Many islands can be reached via a daytrip, for instance several islands of Ste-Anne Marine parks and giant turtle reserves on Cousin Island. If you inquire, you will find the boats on rent so that you can undertake your own little excursion.
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