Seychelles: A place to say cheers

Seychelles is endowed with beauty. It is the place where all the wonders in the world go to, and where everyone goes to, toasting to victory.

Seychelles has jaw-dropping beaches. Escaping the world to any of the beaches: 

Anse Lazio, Anse Georgette, Anse Source D’Argent, and Beau Vallon, makes you one with nature: the blue shoreline, the glittery white sands and a view of Takamaka trees.

WHY VISIT SEYCHELLES?

Love water sports? This is one heaven of an opportunity to go scuba diving, jet skiing, snorkelling, and water skiing.

There’s so much to do, enjoying every bit of life. Guess what? You can also go boat riding exploring the stunning island of Seychelles. A view of the ocean is breathtaking.

A perfect place for all summers to put love birds on a special cruise. The beaches are magical and people usually don’t want to return home. The most attractive beaches are near resorts. 

You can get trapped anywhere for the love of nature. But best bet, it would be either Anse Georgette beach on Praslin island near the Constance Lemuria resort or Anse Lazio beach near Raffles resort. Whichever it is, the beaches in Seychelles are arguably the best you can find on the planet.

One mistake you shouldn’t make is, never return without seeing tortoises at conservation and rehabilitation center 🙂

Away from the beaches, you can wander about the beautiful town of Seychelles where you find the clock tower, a silver-painted copy of that on London’s Vauxhall Bridge Road, which they say came to MahĂ© in 1903. 

Want to enjoy some good food? 

There you go, checkout the market. Or you want to feed your eyes and learn more about history? Take a walk to the excellent National Museum of History.

By Elijah Christopher

Elijah Christopher
Elijah Christopher is a journalist at A New Touch Of Africa, is also a creative writer, a poet, and an IT enthusiast. He contributed to the collaborative poem written in celebration of Edwin Morgan Centenary, the first Glasgow poet laureate and Scottish national poet from the University of Glasgow. He loves meeting people and learning about new places, cultures, events, and lifestyles.

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