• SEYCHELLES, 115 islands in the Indian Ocean

Seychelles, the Last and Most Beautiful Paradise on Earth with 115 Islands in the Indian Ocean

The Seychelles

The Garden of Eden - that is what the first seafarers under Vasco da Gama the Seychelles northeast of Africa, when it was called Seychelles (Sesel) in the Indian Ocean.

The 42 granite and 73 coral islands have endless Dream Beaches and Dive Spots. On larger scale maps these are only visible as tiny elevations in the Indian Ocean. For the seafaring nations around 1500 BC the Seychelles but initially uninteresting. But in retrospect this should prove to be a stroke of luck, because in this way the Islands was spared from monocultures and colonial exploitation for a long time.

The unique ecosystem has been extensively preserved because, with the advent of mass tourism from the beginning, the focus was on holidays and holiday booking in around 800 high-quality hotels and holiday homes.

To date, little has changed in terms of Islands are uninhabited. 90 percent of the approximately 100,000 Seychellois live on the La Digue, Silhouette and Praslinthe largest island in the Seychelles: Mahé.

All of them belong to the so-called "Inner Islands", which together with the "Outer Islands" extend over six latitudes in Africa and offer the best Weather and a first-class climate. You are wondering when is the best time to travel? Here you can find the Travel time.

The idea behind Seychellen.com

This website was launched in 2007 as a smaller Blog started. The idea was to write everything you have seen and experienced from your head. To give the pictures taken an archive and help others to discover paradise virtually. Also to show dreams and / or already experienced things again.

At the moment, as a holiday & travel website that was created with a lot of heart and soul, we have direct contact to around 800 hotels as well as holiday homes, 70 restaurants and bars. As well as extensive information in over 250 sub-pages on Islands, Beaches and Sights. Equally round 5000 Photos and images for all Seychelles lovers.

And don't worry, we continue to grow, working daily to provide even more information about the most beautiful paradise on earth.

Therefore, no matter whether you are planning your holiday with this, need a travel service or want to Formation of a Seychelles offshore company (offshore.sc) would like to get in contact with us, we are pleased.
Also about suggestions, your own experiences, gladly also Pictures and videos, we are more than open-minded.

Have fun on the website and already enjoy your holidays, your holiday starts here...
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