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Everything You Need To Know Before Visiting The Amazing Seychelles; Ulrike Lemmin-Woolfrey; TravelAwaits

Whether you arrive for a relaxing, pampered honeymoon or a more adventurous trip, the Seychelles offer so much and are without a doubt some of the most beautiful islands in the world. Here are some tips and tricks to bear in mind before you hop on that plane.

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Paradise calling: 7 fun things to do in Seychelles; Lee Rondganger; IOL

The Seychelles are a holidaymaker’s paradise, offering tourists a host of activities from hiking and cycling to water sports.

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Adventures in the Seychelles; Sarah Barrell; National Geographic

Nature reserves protect over half of Seychelles’ 115 coral and granite islands—rewarding hikers, bikers, and underwater explorers with a rainbow of biodiversity.

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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.

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4 amazing things you should know about the Seychelles’ coco de mer; Betymie Bonnelame; Seychelles News Agency

Seychelles – Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve

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.

 

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2 cool UNESCO World Heritage Sites to visit in Seychelles; Betymie Bonnelame; Seychelles News Agency

Seychelles – Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve

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.

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With Jewel-Toned Reefs And Ivory White Sands, This Island Has The Most Beautiful Beach In The World; Sonalika Debnath; Tripoto

Seychelles – Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve

A piece of paradise on one of the world’s most beautiful beaches.

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A Guide to Praslin Island in the Seychelles; Kiersten; The Blonde Abroad

Seychelles – Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve

With stunning beaches, emerald waters, and lush jungles, Praslin Island in the Seychelles is insanely gorgeous, and one of Kiersten’s favorite island destinations!

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The Garden of Eden?; BBC

Seychelles – Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve

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.

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Nutty in Seychelles; Kalpana Sunder; Mumbai Mirror

Heard of the coco de mer (bum nut)? Take a walk in the forests of Praslin for an education in nature.

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