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The Seychelles is a beautiful island nation in the Indian Ocean, comprising of around 115 islands which are home to breath-taking beaches, tropical rainforests, colourful coral reefs, delectable Creole cuisines, World Heritage Sites and much more. This incredible archipelago also boasts exotic wildlife, marine species and plants, including sea turtles, native birds, giant Aldabra tortoises, geckos, rare orchids and the famous Coco de Mer palm tree, all which are protected in national parks, mangrove forests, nature reserves and gardens across the islands. There is no shortage of beaches in the Seychelles, which are lined with fine white sands, lush vegetation, swaying palms and the crystal clear waters of the Indian Ocean. There is a beach for all kinds of traveller here, whether you want to enjoy fun water activities or have a serene lazy day in the sun. Some of the best beaches in the Seychelles include the Anse Source d’Argent which is one of the world’s most photographed beaches, Anse Intendance which has a mesmerising backdrop of palms, boulders and vegetation-covered hills and Beau Vallon, which offers a great cultural experience as its popular with locals. Brightsun Travel offers a great range of luxury holidays to the Seychelles.
There is a lot of culture to immerse in and interesting history in the Seychelles, especially in its capital, Victoria which is set on the island of Mahé. This charming city is home to impressive colonial structures, colourful markets, lush botanical gardens and impressive museums. One of the best attractions in Victoria is the Victoria Clocktower, which was built to replicate a clock in London, near the renowned Victoria Station. Then there’s St. Paul’s Cathedral, a stunning architectural landmark that was built on the site of the country’s first church, and the Natural History Museum which displays an extensive selection of historical items, exhibits and dioramas. A boat ride from Mahé is Praslin, the nation’s second most populated island. Here you can discover boundless palm-fringed beaches and the famous Vallee de Mai nature reserve - a UNESCO World Heritage Site home to the rare Seychelles Black parrot, fauna and fauna and scenic walking trails. La Digue is another island worth exploring in the Seychelles, offering an insight into authentic Creole cultures with laid-back towns, secluded coastal spots, charming ancient buildings and traditional oxcarts. Book an exclusive holiday to the Seychelles with Brightsun and look forward to a once-in-a-lifetime trip in paradise.