From an aircraft the mountain summits of the Seychelles resemble coincidental giant rocks
dropped into the ocean. Under the glittering sea surface one can notice the reefs formation that
surround the islands. During the approach one will first notice green palm trees,
huge granite rocks and the white sand beaches, which make these small islands a paradise.
The 92 islands are located 1.600 km east of Mombassa (Kenya) and four kilometres south of
the equator. The native population is of French, English, Chinese, Arab
and African origin. Maybe this wide culture variety is the reason of the
friendliness and warmth of the Seychelles people towards visiting tourists.
Once leaving the hotel area visitors will be surprised as to how stress free life can be on the Seychelles.
Whether visiting secluded beaches or the villages - couples in
love will have no problems finding undisturbed and romantic places.
The Seychelles are ideal for honeymooners, who only have a
few days to spare but who would not like to miss out on the opportunity to relax under a palm tree
on a dream beach.