I have a tropical country: The Seychelles is a very special and magical country, consisting of 115 islands, including dense tropical vegetation, white sand, huge rocks carried from the ground and sea water in shades of turquoise, Seychelles is the embodiment of paradise. 33 of the islands in the Seychelles are inhabited, to this day I have visited seven of them.
The weather in Seychelles is tropical and there are only 2 seasons. Wet season and dry season (September-April) In both seasons it is always hot and in tropical weather even in the dry season it can rain. Even if it rains, it is usually a meter for only a few hours and then the sun rises. Therefore in my opinion it is appropriate to visit the Seychelles throughout the year.
La Digue – La Digue
A small and magical island with the most beautiful beaches in the world, where you will find the beaches of the dreamy pictures with the huge rocks, the turquoise water and the white sand. And inside the island rise mountains and jungles rich in exotic vegetation.
In terms of atmosphere the island is very unique, and reminiscent of a combination of a bit of Caribbean, a bit of Zanzibar and also a bit of Ko-Tao in Thailand. The atmosphere on the island is not geared towards luxury resorts, the goal is to travel.
On the island you get around mostly by bike or golf. The price of renting a bike ranges from 7-12 euros per day. The trails are paved and most are easy to medium (there is only one trail that is difficult to ride on the island). You can get a single day trip in La Digue, but the journey to it is quite long so if you come with children it is better to stay on the island.
Beaches not to be missed
Anse Source d’Argent – This is one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, and is officially the most photographed beach in the world. And he really is that stunning. The beach is reached via a private farm called L’union estate, the entrance to the farm costs 7 euros. There are souvenir and fruit stalls on site. On this beach is the famous attraction, the transparent kayaks. The kayaks are booked in advance, the cost is 35 euros per person.
Grand Anse – A spectacular and wide beach that looks like a scene from Jurassic Park, getting there by bike is of medium difficulty plus you have to pedal on a fairly sharp ascent. There are two recommended beaches within walking distance of the same point Petite Anse and also Anse Cocos.
Restaurants and bars
Bikini Bottom – In the northeastern coastal area of La Digue there is a small colorful bar and next to it a huge pineapple from which refreshing and snack drinks are served. The place is designed really straight out of a scene in the SpongeBob series. In the area of the bar there are huge deer that make the whole visit a recommended experience.
The Hideout – A small and charming boutique hotel located on the beach with a beautiful garden and cute pools. The hotel is known for its Italian restaurant which is considered a good and recommended restaurant on the island. The place is about 10 minutes walk from the port of the island.
Mahe – Mahe
Is the main island where the main international airport is located. Maha is a large island and has a lot to do. One can hike in Maha for several days and visit different beaches and attractions with lots of magical points. This time I came to Maha to rest in a good hotel after all the trips.
Recommended hotel – Constance Ephilia
Constance is a hotel chain with 7 hotels in the Indian Ocean region. This is my first time as a guest on the Constance network and I was pleasantly surprised. One of the best service levels in the world, professional and service staffs. Several restaurants in different styles with excellent food, some of the dishes I ate at the place were the most delicious dishes I have eaten in several months.
The resort is huge and has over 300 rooms, but it is spread over a town area, so there is no sense of congestion. The resort has several pools as well as 2 different beaches separated by a natural bay. Each beach has a different atmosphere and a different landscape and water in different shades. The hotel’s spa is excellent, I had a great massage. The hotel has an excellent kids club with caregivers and activities throughout the day.
Necessary is an island 6 kilometers long, reached by a flight that takes about 20 minutes from Maha, the island has a few locals, a farm, coconut crops, beautiful beaches, holiday villas of the wealthy Seychelles and a luxury resort from the Four Seasons chain.
Four Seasons Desroches
The resort located on a necessary island gives the feeling of a hotel on a lonely island. The atmosphere is unique like the unique atmosphere you get in the Maldives. The rooms are very special: all rooms are villas, with a private garden, pool and direct access from the room to the beach. There are 3 different restaurants, pools, a gym and a water sports club.
The island has two recommended beaches: Madame Zabre and Aquarium beach which are maintained by the Four Seasons with showers, toilets and guest service. You can book a dreamy picnic on the beach and head out to the beach for water sports activities, there are kayaks and snorkels available for guest use. On the island there are nice giant deer roaming, accompanied by the staff you can pick a branch from the trees of the island and feed them, a lovely experience for the whole family.
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