Enjoy And Adventure In Seychelles
This week we bring to you some of the adventure activities one can do while in Seychelles. Seychelles is known for giant granite boulders guarding its beautiful beaches and the islands are surrounded by huge mountains carved from the giant rocks. Also, lush green moist forests rule this island. These rocks along with the forests present a perfect location for these activities. If you love adventure then Seychelles is the perfect holiday destination for you.
Below are some of the adventure activities you can try out while you are in Seychelles
One of Seychelles’ activities that excites visitors, is hiking in the capital city of Mahe Island. As most of the islands are made of granite rocks, which form the giant boulders guarding the Seychelles Sea and stand as a symbol of this archipelago, the middle of the islands are quite mountainous despite being surrounded by stunning white-sand beaches.
This mountainous region offers some very exciting hiking trails which are not too difficult to access, either by your rented car or a bus ride.
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Ziplining is one of the most popular in Seychelles. The advantage of this activity is that people of all age groups are allowed to participate. Definitely gliding through a forest canopy is one of the must-do activities in Seychelles.
Being an island country, diving is a must when one visits Seychelles. Its beaches are clear and immensely beautiful, making it a perfect destination for diving. Seychelles sea has crystal clear water with perfect visibility, making it a heaven for divers. Diving spots in Seychelles are perfect for any level of diving skills. There are spots for beginners as well as those for experienced divers.
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Discover La Digue with a Seychelles’ local
The fourth largest Inner Island in Seychelles, La Digue isn’t very large at all. Which only makes it more fun to tour with kids, in the company of an expert local guide.
Bike or ox-drawn carts are the preferred modes of transport here. You can try all three methods on this tour which starts at the pretty island harbour and fits in plenty of time to explore quaint La Passe village.
Kayaking is historically one of the earliest forms of paddling, with archaeological evidence suggesting highly developed craft were paddled by skilled hunter-fishermen as far back as 500 BC. In fact, Seychelles is the perfect sea kayaking destination because there are so many islands in close proximity to one another. By kayaking from island to island, kayakers are able to see lots of different landmarks and small and discover hidden coves that are not always accessible to the average tourist.
In Search Of The Coco De Mer In Valle De Mai
In the primeval forest of Vallée De Mai Nature Reserve on Praslin Island, you’ll find the male and female plant of the coco de mer palm, which can’t be found elsewhere in the world.
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