Monthly Archives: August 2016

  1. Must Do in the Seychelles

    anse lazio seychelles

    Stunning and unspoiled, the Seychelles star in countless tropical island fantasies. Beautiful boulder-strewn beaches, virgin jungles, thriving coral reefs, and UNESCO-listed nature reserves are just some of the many attractions of the archipelago’s 115 coral and granite islands, which are the peaks of a vast underwater plateau.

    Play Robinson Crusoe

    The coastline was not always devoted to relaxation and water sports. Coves sheltered from currents, b will delight more than one, especially those who wants to enjoy the virgin areas of the islands. The plantations were never far away. At Anse La Blague once stood a cinnamon oil distillery that disappeared. In the distance, La Digue, Grande Soeur and Petite Soeur draw a dream horizon.

    From Anse Lazio to Côte D’or(Gold Coast)

    A one hour trail connects Anse Lazio to Gold Coast. Between these two postcard beaches – rocky water coves for the first, large bay with calm waters festooned with white sand for the second – vegetation covers the coast beautifully. Drink water to stay hydrated and use sunscreen with high SPF, because the sun can be strong there.

    Meet Mr Durand

    Near St. Anne Praslin Bay port, you will unearth the curious shop and meet Albert Durand, sculptor and painter on wood. Colorful fish and turtles, keychain or ship models provide fans a wide selection of souvenirs. Take the initiative to exchange and understand the intricacies of the trade. The artisan gladly share a moment with you.

    Say Hello to Turtles on Union Estate

    Union Estate in the nineteenth century was prosperous area. Nanti a coconut grove, a mill, a vanilla plantation, a shipyard and even a cemetery, it produces copra (coconut) exported for manufacture of margarine, soaps and other raw materials of cosmetics. If the gold of colonization have receded, coconut oil factory persists and vanilla are still exploited. A museum occupies the house of the planter, describing the life of the Rassool Hossen family who landed one morning in Mauritius. Not far away, one can observe a breeding Aldabra tortoises closely.

    Have fun in the Seychelles!

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