Seychelles is an archipelogic nation of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean. Although Victoria is the capital of Seychelles, the island of Mahe is the pulsating heart of the archipelago. Mahe has a dramatic and exotic backdrop of tropical vegetation against towering mountains. The next best thing to getting married is a honeymoon in the stunning Seychelles islands. Couples will love walking over the soft, powdery sand, basking in the sun and relishing the Creole cuisine. Tall palm trees fringed against sparkling deep blue seas set an ideal destination for a honeymoon couple in love. For the adventure lovers, diving or snorkeling in the crystal waters that reveal the magnificent marine worlds of reef fish, brilliantly colored corals and sea turtles can mesmerize you.
After a blissful day on the beach either romancing or experiencing the under water world, you can enjoy the night at the bustling casinos, night clubs and sing along with wandering beach bands. Seychelles, culturally is an amalgam of European, African, Indian and Chinese cultures which reflect in the French cuisine cooked with Indian spices and tossed Chinese dressings. The foot tapping music comes predominantly from the African roots mixed with European country dance. If you are a true bird lover, then you must visit the Cousin Island which is a half hour boat ride from Praslin. It is a bird sanctuary dedicated entirely to nature and among the very rare species, you can catch a glimpse of the turtle dove, white faced tropic bird and brush warbler to name a few. Denis Island that lies at the northern edge of Seychelles is bestowed with natures most spectacular lagoons and coral reefs and provides sheltered facilities for swimming, snorkeling and water sports all year round.
You must plan your trip to Seychelles around what you like to do and what you want to do. For instance windsurfing and sailing are best around May and October whereas diving is the best during the end of the year. You must also take a sneak peak of the Fregate Island that is accessible from Mahe only by air or sea. It is a spectacular 5 star hotel with the world's best beach. Though earlier it was said to have been a haven for pirates but now it is definitely the place for honeymooners. Seychelles has claimed the top spot out of all the islands in Africa for the third consecutive year and its waters promise more shades of green and blue than you could have ever imagined.
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