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Seychelles consists of 115 coral and granite islands scattered in
the middle of the Indian Ocean, between The Equator and Comoro
Seychelles Travel and Tourist Information with
links to official travel and tourism websites and state resources for
visitors to Seychelles.
Mahe, Map of Africa, Seychelles Beaches, Seychelles
Tourism, Seychelles Travel, Victoria.
Tourism is vital to the economy of the Seychelles; bringing in three
quarters of the foreign exchange and making up more than half of the gross domestic
Although you will enjoy the cool juices of locally grown tropical
fruits, the rice with your fish has to be imported.
Arab traders were probably the earliest visitors to the islands; long
before the Portuguese sailed by in 1502.
France claimed the uninhabited
islands some two hundred and fifty years later, and moved in with their slaves in the late
The expanding power of Great Britain annexed the Seychelles in 1814;
controlling them from Mauritius for most of the century.
Independence was achieved on June 29th, 1976.
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If it's beaches you want, you'll find plenty of them in the
The principal islands are Mahe, Praslin, Silhouette, and La Digue.
Hotels in Seychelles:
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There are around 75 beaches on the main island of Seychelles, even
though it's only 17 miles long.
Victoria, the capital of Seychelles, is on Mahe Island.
The airport was completed in 1971, on reclaimed land south-east of the
capital. Be sure to have a window seat when you come in to land.
British High Commission in Victoria:
Oliaji Trade Centre 3rd Floor, Francis Rachel Street, Victoria.
Seychelles offers a holiday experience as unique as it is varied, drawing on the amazing
diversity of 115 pristine islands to ensure that every visitor goes back with his or her
very personal memories.
A look at Seychelles art, culture, shopping and entertainment.
Find out which of the 44 beaches might be right for your holiday in the Seychelles.
What sets Seychelles apart from so many other holiday destinations is its wide variety of
islands; each one with its own particular geography, character and history.
With relatively short travelling times between the islands and/or places of interest, the
regular network of air and sea transportation operating out of the principal island,
Mahe, makes moving around in Seychelles easy and hassle-free.
Travel and Tourism:
The official Seychelles Tourism Board website.
Africa Index - Africa Tourism
- Africa Travel Websites.
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