Seychelles Islands

Posted October 9th, 2011 by Cuevas Dudea

I have sailed to many places in the Mediterranean and the Indian Ocean, and each had its own special charm and beauty, but by far, is the most beautiful place I have ever sailed the islands of the Seychelles in the Indian Ocean. If you like the palm trees with hammocks stretched between them, the crystal clear waters and pristine beaches, this is the place to visit.

When my ship was anchored off the main island of Mah in the first place, I was looking for was on the beach.

Seychelles is also useful to collect foreign currency for its beauty. I have fall in your home with me:

The hotel I was in the summer on the beach (of course), and had about every water activity you could wish for: scuba diving, para-sailing, windsurfing, swimming, or simply laze on the beach. For those of us who like to fish, boat rentals abound. I also visited another hotel nearby where they were to have a Hawaiian. I had a great time even though I was pulled up on a small stage and forced to dance the hula. It was not a pretty sight, and I’m glad no one has any pictures of him. They laughed too busy ….

For hikers, there is the National Park and World Heritage Vallee de Mai.

If you like the accelerating nightlife then jump over the nut Amour nightclub. It is named in honor of their own palm nuts Coco de Mer, Islanders called a “nut love.”

All of the islanders I met spoke some English (French and English are official languages), so it was easy for me to travel around the island and talk to people. The islanders are friendly people who reminded me of my friends in southern Louisiana more than someone from abroad. So if you go wandering around the island, as I did, be prepared to stop and talk a little.

My only regret is that I was only four days to spend in the Seychelles. The next time I go it will be an extended vacation where I’m going to be a lot of time to explore. If you plan to vacation on the tropical island of Seychelles and is well worth considering.