Fantastic nature and climate, excellent food, the Seychellois enjoy a good life quality.
unbelievably expensive and rather boring (after a while)
Everyone should see the Seychelles once in their life.
Swimming was one of our favorite activities at this resort especially in the ocean. The water here is crystal clear and many shades of blue and green that changes throughout the day. Water temperatures are a little colder than the water in the Caribbean but much warmer than the beaches back home. Depending on the tide and the wind; surf can be very...more
We stayed at the 2 Bedroom Beach front villa. We were 3 adults (all women) and 2 children. The...more
Mahek is the only Indian restaurant on the island of Mahe as well as the only restaurant with air conditioning. The restaurant is located in the Coral Strand Hotel behind their main dining room/buffet. The restaurant is small and cozy with tables scattered throughout. We arrived a little after 7pm and were greeted warmly by the hostess. We were...more
all i want everybody who visit that sites see is that seens mr.patrick as the last managment has gone and have new replacement. i would like to pass you a msg. they use to done take-away for sandwich. i use to call and order the sandwich almost every day but it was just a waste of my money which was the was the fries was half cook and the bread...more
I recommend this hotel to anyone who wants a very romantic and unique honeymoon. You are treated...more
It is the only place on the entire world where the famous Coco de Mer palms grow spontaneously! It is well worth a visit, just to see these incredible plams! The are so tall and their leaves are so huge that I felt really like Gulliver in the land of gigants!And the sound thieir leaves make when shaken by the wind!!! Like tin plate crashing one...more
The only normally available option getting to La Digue is via a ferry from Praslin. Which means you will have to take the ferry from Mahe to Praslin. Which means you will have to pay the extremely expensive ferry cost for both, inconveniently priced in Euros. In the end, it is worth the hassle and expense, of course, and thankfully, the ships are...more
The people of La Digue have a certain way about them. You have the island life mentality, so expect everything to be at a slower pace, but also go knowing that these people have an immense pride about their way of life, the care with which they are taking care of you, just done their way. Trying to force things to be done as you want them not only...more
If Anse Source d'Argent is too tame for you, then hop over to the other side of the island to Grande Anse. Here you will find the same perfect sand, but the waves here are anything but tame. You must be careful though, as with the undertow, its easy to get caught in the washer, tumbling and flailing about while the locals sit and stare at you....more
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