This island-hopping itinerary will give you inspiration on how to spend a week in the gorgeous Seychelles.
How we discovered that sea turtles in Seychelles have recovered from the brink; April Burt, Adam Pritchard & Cheryl Sanchez; Conversation
Sea turtles of Aldabra were almost hunted to extinction. But thanks to years of protection the much-loved animals are now thriving again – and so is the iconic giant tortoise.
Protected green turtles thriving well on Seychelles’ Aldabra atoll – 15,000 per year surviving, says Endangered Species Research journal; Betymie Bonnelame; Seychelles News Agency
Green turtle recovery on Seychelles’ Aldabra atoll – a UNESCO world heritage site – is continuing to increase and the most prominent growth is at Settlement Beach, according to data from over 50 years of monitoring published recently in a study.
5 Trails in Seychelles That Are a Bliss For Nature Lovers- See Exquisite Pictures; Tanya Garg; India.com
Seychelles are home to some of the world’s most beautiful beaches.
What does this aroma remind you of, asked Khursheed Dinshaw’s guide Medina Laboudallon as she extended her palm which had a few yellow flowers in it? As Khursheed took a whiff of the fallen flowers that Medina had just collected from under a towering tree, the distinct aroma of basmati rice stood out.
Source: In the real-life Garden of Eden
Bucket List Series: Three musts for an ultimate Seychelles girls’ trip; Linda Hohnholz; Seychelles travel news
Daily responsibilities are not only stressful but also draining and isolating. This is why getaways are so important.
Deep Ocean Live: What a coral reef spared from commercial fishing looks like; Thomas Moore; Sky News
Sky News will be broadcasting live from the Indian Ocean on the 18, 19 and 20 March at 8am on Sky News and Sky Atlantic.
Deep Ocean Live: Final preparations for TV news bulletins under the sea…
Seychelles’ Vallee de Mai, home of world’s largest nut, marks 35 years as World Heritage Site; Betymie Bonnelame; Seychelles News Agency
The Seychelles’ Vallee de Mai, which is home to the world’s largest nut, the unique coco de mer, celebrates its 35th anniversary as a UNESCO World Heritage Site this month.
It is the yuletide and while some people are saving and planning on travelling to their hometowns (Igbo Kwenu!!), some who can afford are travelling to western countries to oppress others on social media with their beautiful pictures and videos. But some of these western places are in winter and it may not be as much fun as you think.
Source: Places To Visit In Seychelles
4 amazing things you should know about the Seychelles’ coco de mer; Betymie Bonnelame; Seychelles News Agency
The Seychelles’ coco de mer is the stuff of legend. It is one of the many wonders of the island nation and considered as a giant in the plant kingdom.
Read more from source: 4 amazing things you should know about the Seychelles’ coco de mer
2 cool UNESCO World Heritage Sites to visit in Seychelles; Betymie Bonnelame; Seychelles News Agency
For visitors to Seychelles interested in exploring special reserves and protected areas, Seychelles’ two World Heritage Sites sites are places that warrant a slot on your to-do list. Both properties are legally protected under national legislation and managed by a public trust, the Seychelles Islands Foundation, with daily operations guided by a management.
With stunning beaches, emerald waters, and lush jungles, Praslin Island in the Seychelles is insanely gorgeous, and one of Kiersten’s favorite island destinations!
In 1881, General Charles Gordon (later known as Gordon of Khartoum) made the long trek from the United Kingdom to an archipelago off East Africa.
The sheer exoticness of the country will never fail to hit a first-time visitor.
Marina Jimenez takes a rare cruise through the Aldabra Atoll in the Seychelles with National Geographic and Lindblad Expeditions.
Heard of the coco de mer (bum nut)? Take a walk in the forests of Praslin for an education in nature.
Source: Nutty in Seychelles
As honeymoon decisions go, theirs was an excellent one. When the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge – seeking a destination where they could hide from the world’s attention – picked the Seychelles as their place of post-wedding escape last May, they chose wisely.
Source: Traveller’s guide: Seychelles