Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Romantic Ideas for a Seychelles Trip

The Seychelles, an archipelago of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean, seems to be a place straight out of some fairytale. Rare exotic wildlife, gleaming virginal beaches, divine wining and dining, bath warm waters of the sea, and quite a few cheap but luxurious resorts all make Seychelles a compelling destination for romance. In fact, with its raw natural beauty and delightful sense of isolation, Seychelles plays host to dozens of honeymooning couples. A good research about outdoor activities is advisable before deciding the duration of your trip and booking your airline tickets.

A Long Drive

Travellers, especially honeymooners and couples are likely to be captivated by the immense natural appeal of the place as soon as they disembark from their flight to Seychelles. And almost like a reflex action, many consider hiring a car for a drive through Mahé and heading straight to Victoria. Once there, pleasantly tired couples try to absorb the serenity of the unhurried pace of life in Seychelles by aimlessly roaming through the streets hand in hand and treating each other to souvenirs from the quaint boutique shops.

A Nature Walk

If a trip to Seychelles has been a dream for you and your partner, and if you have made painstaking efforts planning your holiday and booking cheap flights to Seychelles, then ensure that you keep aside a day or two for exploring any of the numerous tranquil nature trails here. Without these, your romantic getaway to Seychelles may remain incomplete. If you are lucky, you will probably walk for miles without encountering a living soul and the only sights would be the magnificent flora and fauna Seychelles has been blessed with.


Although, snorkelling sounds more like adventure, numerous couples plan to include it in their itinerary to Seychelles. Try out any of the famous snorkelling spots like Silhouette or Baie Ternay Marine National Park and treat yourself and your partner to the sights of colourful underwater life forms like tropical reef fish, lion fish, parrotfish, sea turtles, and damsel fish. Finally, call it a day by watching a glorious beach sunset and take a candle-lit dinner under the stars.

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