Truth is the Seychelles is one of those destinations where honeymooners ventures on holiday and don’t really do much except stay on their resort, eat and sleep all day. I went to the Seychelles as part of a family holiday and as always, I made sure I kept myself busy (Why would I travel so far to SLEEEP?? No, not me. I can sleep peacefully in Lagos; thats actually debatable). Here are my favourite highlights from my trip to inspire you to visit the Seychelles:
1. VANTAGE POINT FROM VICTORIA, SEYCHELLES
There were many vantage points in the Seychelles but this was one of my favorites.
2. VISIT TO THE TEA FACTORY
Located in Mahe, this tea factory established in 1962 is responsible for growing and manufacturing tea in the seychelles. You can discover here how Seychelles’ tea is made. From the tea factory, one can also enjoy panoramic views of the western slopes of Mahé.
3. CATAMARAN FOR THE DAY
This is no doubt a perfect way to not only relax and get some watersports into your day but its also a perfect way to visit other the many island in the Seychelles.
4. VISIT TO TORTOISE ISLAND
We visited the Praslin island which was home to many many giant tortoises. I particularly enjoy feeding these creatures.
5. VISIT TO THE HINDU TEMPLE
Interesting is that Hinduism is the second largets religion in the Seychelles. The Arulmigu Navasakti Vinayagar Temple is the first and the only Hindu temple in Seychelles. I didn’t visit inside the temple but the exterior of the temple was no doubt stunning.
6. MANGROVE WALK IN PRASLIN ISLAND
Such a great way to see nature at its finest. An unspoilt island with many beautiful plants and animals.
7. VIEW FROM THE RECEPTION OF FOUR SEASONS
8. THE VIEW OF OUR VILLA AT THE FOUR SEASONS (SPOT THE OTHER VILLAS)
11. SUNSET AT THE FOUR SEASONS
12. THE VIEWS LANDING IN THE SEYCHELLES
To say the Seychelles is stunning is an understatement and one truly has to see it with one’s own eyes to believe it.
Hope I was able to inspire you to visit The Seychelles. If you have any questions re: tips or what to do in the Seychelles, please feel free to ask.