Known for being a luxury island among the seas, Seychelles is a coveted vacation haven that is open to an all kinds of travellers.
Located in the Indian Ocean, Seychelles is an island republic that consists of 115 islands. Vegetation, beaches and marine life are abundant in these islands, and therefore, attract many a visitor throughout the year. The bigger islands in Seychelles are close to Kenya and the capital, Victoria, is on Mahe.
The climate at Seychelles is mainly tropical and the temperature sees almost no variation through the year. You can expect the hotter day to be extremely humid, but the winds offer some comfort for the visitor. A resort in Seychelles will usually come with air-conditioned rooms, so you’d have nothing to worry about unless you plan on heading out of your room at a place like Berjaya Beau Vallon Bay Resort & Casino, and are opting for a sunny day out.
Flora and Fauna
There are more than 200 species that call the islands their home, and about 80 of them are endemic. Turtles, giant tortoises, colourful birds and frogs, snakes and chameleons are also a common sight in Seychelles.
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