a living museum of natural history and a sanctuary for some of the rarest species of flora & fauna.
Along the way, our guide pointed out vegetation that made the Island naturally rich.
The Coco-de-mer (left) is an erotically-shaped double nut, known to be the largest seed in the world. I also learned that the Vanilla flavor of my ice-cream came from orchids (right) that grew up trees.
“From the smallest frog to the heaviest land tortoise and the only flightless bird of the Indian Ocean, Seychelles nurtures an amazing array of endemic species within surrounds of exceptional natural beauty.”
Stenio and his favorite guava tree!
The sea, the dam and the mountains, all in one frame.
I was born in a valley and my childhood was surrounded by the mountains. Then I grew up and fell in love with the ocean. I love Seychelles because all scapes are within reach of each other in just a few minutes.
I can hike and swim or climb and dive in just one day!
|Discover Seychelles!||Mahé Island Tour||8||Grand Anse|
|1||Savoy Hotel pick-up||9||Pineapple Studio|
|3||Turtle Farm||11||Anse Intendance|
|4||The Viewpoint||12||Kaz Kreol Restaurant|
|6||Tea Factory||14||Eden Island|
|7||Port Launay Marine Park||15||Machabee|