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The Seychelles are an archipelago of 115 islands located in the Indian Ocean, off the coast of Tanzania and North-West of Madagascar; these islands have always been the ideal destination for a dream vacation, a mix of tranquility and romance, isolated beaches and unspoiled nature, both on land and in the water.
The Seychelles are famous for their numerous beaches, clear waters, lush vegetation, coral reefs to explore by snorkeling or diving, nature reserves and rare animals, such as the giant tortoise.
The largest island of the Seychelles archipelago is Mahé, where the small capital Victoria is located; Mahé offers beautiful white beaches and a rainforest on the slopes of Mount Seychelloise, from whose top you can enjoy an incredible view.
Praslin is a splendid island with a crystal clear sea and houses a nature reserve declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco; here there are many animals and different species of plants, including the famous coco de mer, the palm tree with the largest walnut in the world and heart-shaped.
Among the most famous beaches of Praslin are Anse Georgette and Anse Lazio, they are very scenic beaches thanks to the presence of large granite boulders that delimit the boundaries.
La Digue is a small island with breathtaking beaches protected by the coral reef; La Digue is a dream island, a true paradise for those who want to enjoy white beaches, excellent snorkeling and diving and postcard landscapes.
The island of La Digue is famous for the immense boulders of pink granite that overlook pure white sand beaches, among these beaches is Anse Source D’Argent that has been voted one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.
Fregate Island is the most exclusive one of the Seychelles archipelago, where there are seven private white sand beaches, that guarantee total privacy, and a sapphire-colored sea.
Curieuse Island, the fifth largest island of the Seychelles, is protected by a Marine Reserve, on this island there are giant turtles as well as mangroves and coco de mer palm trees.
The so-called coral garden, Pointe Rouge, off the East coast of Curieuse is a good area for diving, with plenty of colorful fish.
The Seychelles enjoy a hot tropical climate all year round with a wet and rainy season in the months from December to March and a dry and cooler season in the months from June to September.
The best time to visit the Seychelles archipelago is the driest and sunniest period in the months from May to September.
During the rainy season, usually only brief showers or thunderstorms occur, most days are however sunny.
The time zone of the Seychelles is UTC + 4 that implies a difference of 3 hours more than in Italy when the solar time is valid and 2 hours more when the summer time is in force in Italy.
To enter the Seychelles you need to have a passport with a residual validity of at least 6 months and a return flight ticket, the visa is obtained free of charge upon arrival at the airport.
The country’s official currency is the Seychelles Rupee.
Three official languages are spoken at the Seychelles: Creole, English and French.
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