Honeymooners in the Seychelles follow in the footsteps of an illustrious crowd; the archipelago of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean has long been the haunt of the rich and famous. There is something intrinsically glamorous and romantic about the Seychelles that makes it the quintessential honeymoon destination.
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Seychelles Honeymoons – Amazing beaches and water sports.
In this watery world, which really does seem like a paradise on earth, you really want to take to the water. Sailing ships, canoes and glass-bottomed boats wait to whisk you around the islands, on day ‘hops’ or longer trips – or you can always take to the air in a seaplane. Diving excursions to explore the exciting underwater world filled with fish are understandably popular, as are fishing trips that trawl the depths. Seychelles beaches feature powdery, blinding white sand and always seemed to be bathed in sunshine.
A Honeymoon in the Seychelles – Pure relaxation.
The main thing you will want to do is relax and enjoy each others company – just like any other honeymooner. But when you do decide you get out of your beach hammock under a palm tree, you will find plenty to do on a Seychelles honeymoon, to give you enough memories to last a lifetime. Mahé is the largest island on the archipelago of the Seychelles and actually the only one that has a town – charming colonial Victoria, which everyone will want to explore. Travel through a sleepy, unspoilt landscape – on foot, by bicycle, or even oxcart of national parks, tea plantations and coconut groves, which giant tortoises, turtles, lizards and exotic birds have all made their home.