The Seychelles archipelago is caressed by gentle trade winds, where jewel-like birds flit and the air is scented by the sea and flora.
Nestling within this dazzling landscape is a style of living eloquent in its understatement. Breathtaking spaces frame the astonishing beauty of their surroundings. Although the Seychelles consists of over 100 islands, only a handful is inhabited. Namely Mahè, the largest island and also home to the nation’s capital, Praslin, La Digue, Frègate and a few others.
The coastal views are entrancing. The ocean is azure. The coral sand is powder-fine and white. The bays are clothed in green. This is a hidden treasure that few will discover and even fewer will enjoy the privilege of possessing.
The country's economy depends heavily on a fishing industry and up-market tourism. Fine beaches and turquoise seas are among the main attractions
Economy/currency: Seychelles Rupee
Languages: English, French, Creole
Climate: The Seychelles is blessed with weather that is always warm and does not reach extremes of heat or cold. Except for the southernmost islands, all islands remain outside the tropical storm belt, making the Seychelles into a year-round site for sun worshippers and beach lovers.
The Four Seasons Residences
This five star resort is situated on Petite Anse Bay and comprises exquisite and individually designed villas all benefiting from first class facilities.
Raffles Estates, Praslin, Anse Takamaka
5* resort style villas located at Anse Takamaka on the North East side of Praslin island by world renowned hotel group, Raffles.
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