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Holiday in the Seychelles Island should not only be loitering around in the sun all day long. As there a great Seychelles holiday packages waiting for you. Seychelles boast plenty of natural heritage sites and there are islands where you can have a quality time to spend. The island bliss that is the Seychelles has all the elements of a tropical paradise. Warm sparling seas, white beaches, arching palm trees – is all that is breathtaking.
Enjoying the beauty of Seychelles:
You can spend hours simply sitting and admiring your surroundings during your Holidays to Seychelles; the setting is just as you see in the brochures, but this is reality. Mahe is the largest of all the islands with an area of lush rainforests that cover the mountains. Praslin is peppered with small villages that look out to the calm seas. This is the second largest of the Seychelles' islands, but with a small population it always feels tranquil. Take a boat from Praslin to Cousine Island to discover the sea birds before hopping over to Curieuse Island to meet giant tortoises. Tiny La Digue has some of the best beaches in the world. Long curves of gleaming white sand are common in the south, while the coast of Anse Source D'Argent is fringed with imposing granite boulders.
The perfect Seychelles holiday packages also include visits to Mission Lodge at Sans Souci, with its breathtaking view enveloped in an atmosphere of calm serenity. Depending on how fit you are, the trip to Mission can either be done by car or better yet on foot. This way can drink in the well preserved environment of the island. From Mission lodge further down towards Port Glaud, 200Meters back from the tea factory is the Morne Blanc trail, this is less that 1 hour walk, and most people do it in 30 minutes. Remember all the creatures and insects encountered are harmless.
Food and drink:
Sitting down to eat gives you another opportunity to consume the relaxing atmosphere and pleasant scenery. There are small cafes and bar restaurants right on the beach at Mahe and Praslin Island serving Creole cuisine which has its roots in Africa. Mediterranean and other international foods are easy to find, including Indian, Italian and Thai. The resorts and hotels typically offer a buffet of fresh seafood and vegetables, which is often included within the price of your accommodation. At holidays to Seychelles, you can spend big and indulge in fine dining or be frugal and make your funds go further. Complete the postcard scene by sipping on a cocktail as you look out to sea, or opt for the local beer called eku.