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  • La la la in La Digue island La Digue is part of Archipelago of Seychelles. There is no airport on this tiny island and can be reached by a ferry from Praslin and is 20 minutes away. Cat Coco, the popular inter island Posted by deeptisubraya in let's go! | May 5, 2014
  • Day 21Today we walked around the coast to Anse Georgette, a beautiful beach that you can only reach via the ocean or by going through the Lemuria Estate/Golf course. Our reps were able to put our names on the gates. [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/218 Posted by JenBuckley in Indian Ocean | May 2, 2014
  • Day 20Today we visited Vallee de Mai, a UNESCO World Heritage site. We decided to go by public bus - each journey is 5 SCR (about 25p) regardless of how far you are travelling. The ancient forest is part of the National Posted by JenBuckley in Indian Ocean | May 2, 2014
  • Day 19This morning we took the ferry back to Praslin and were driven up to the North West tip of the island - Anse Kerlan and the Cap Jean Marie villas situated right on the beach. This is the view from our Posted by JenBuckley in Indian Ocean | May 2, 2014
  • Day 17-18We hired bikes for our last two days on La Digue. On the first day we turned right and cycled round the coast for about 10km until the road ran out (Anse Fourmis) - we stopped at a couple of beaches Posted by JenBuckley in Indian Ocean | May 1, 2014
  • Day 16Today we walked to L'Union Estate, a coconut plantation - famous for giant tortoises and Anse la Source d'Argent, the beach used for the Bounty Chocolate, Campari and Barcardi Rum TV commercials. Originally coconut farming was the main industry on Posted by JenBuckley in Indian Ocean | May 1, 2014
  • Day 15Today we climbed Nid D'Aigle - although it's only 333m it was quite hard going in the heat, so we stopped at a bar near the top for a well earned beer [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/218372/tmp_DSCF04301381203155.jpg thumb=http://photos.travelle Posted by JenBuckley in Indian Ocean | May 1, 2014
  • Day 14We arrived in the Seychelles this morning and encountered our first hiccup - the travel company who are supposed to be looking after us in the Seychelles didn't have any paperwork waiting for us and our flights to the next Posted by JenBuckley in Indian Ocean | May 1, 2014
  • Praslin Island, the Paradise Seychelles is a 115 island country and there are many islands you can choose from, to stay, explore, drive, dive or you can just spend a day hoping between the islands! The most popular Posted by deeptisubraya in let's go! | Apr 22, 2014
  • Sun Sand and Seychelles As mentioned in thousands of travel brochures and flyers – Seychelles is truly a paradise. The little island, blue waters, white sand, lush greens hills are to be seen, to be believed, be Posted by deeptisubraya in let's go! | Apr 13, 2014
  • Victoria, Mahe ( Seychelles) [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/631888/18A9EDE42219AC68174071 Posted by Perrsue in Sue's world | Mar 22, 2014
  • 2013 A8 OCEANIA - THE SEYCHELLES, MAHE & PRASLIN==Since they cancelled Kenya we get an extra day in the Seychelles== but not on the same island so they re-jigged our excursions. We now get 2 days on Mahe as per schedule but arriving a day early. Then Posted by hasbeen in MOSTLY CRUISING | May 23, 2005
  • Bobby’s, fairy terns and frigates Not a ‘twitcher’ historically, I could take birds or leave them but a few days on ‘Bird Island’ and I couldn’t put my camera down - I clocked up more in-flight, nesting, taking off, fishing, perch Posted by namirem in The finer things in life | Nov 30, 2012
  • Wrinkled fascination Giant tortoises must have been small once, though it’s hard to believe from their solid meter-length carcass housing that great plodding body, tree trunk legs and wide-wrinkly neck. Truth is t Posted by namirem in The finer things in life | Nov 30, 2012
  • A Curieuse DiveI never thought I’d revisit the sweet shop of tropical delights found in the aptly named ‘coral garden’ dive site just off my first 'Curieuse' island home in the Seychelles. Leaning over the side of Dexter, face in water, bum Posted by namirem in The finer things in life | Nov 24, 2012
  • No parents but plenty of spiritGrowing up on the beach front one of the most idyllic islands in the world with a vast open readymade water playground would surely be any child's dream, but this can't possibly come close to compensating for starting out in Posted by namirem in The finer things in life | Nov 8, 2012
  • Plankton pulling, dolphin spotting and manta swimmingDouble sun cream layers applied we set off on the weekly turtle snorkel to local beach inlets to look for nests and turtle tracks. With nesting season upon us we made sure known nests were still ok and hadn't fallen Posted by namirem in The finer things in life | Nov 6, 2012
  • Sharky watersWith talk of dark visibility, remote ocean location and lurking sharks looming out of crevices I admit I was a little apprehensive but very much excited about a day off dive out at Stork Patch – one of the best Posted by namirem in The finer things in life | Nov 2, 2012
  • When the heavens opened and the vis picked up!Drifting into consciousness at 5am listening to the tropical downpoor hitting the tin roof and splattering into the mud below I reluctantly crawled out of my cosy mossie net, downed a quick coffee and kitted up for my first dive Posted by namirem in The finer things in life | Oct 27, 2012
  • Sweat, Sweetlips and SeybrewIt’s been a year since submersing myself in the great oceans of our world back on the Great Barrier reef and east coast of Australia, but it feels like just a few weeks since I was donning my scuba booties, Posted by namirem in The finer things in life | Oct 12, 2012
  • Back to the office in the oceanTurtles, mantas, whale sharks - all on the wish list for Seychelles take 2! Tales from the tepid waters of the Indian Ocean coming soon... just washing out my snorkel Posted by namirem in The finer things in life | Oct 5, 2012
  • Extreme Wedding!===Enjoy the photos of our wedding day=== Please note that this video comes with sound! Posted by TommyNicki in Down Under | Apr 16, 2012
  • Welcome to the setting for our wedding===May we introduce the guests:=== ===The seniors=== Gerda (Tommy's Mum), Werner and Christa (Nicki's parents) === The Daeumlings=== [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/351578 Posted by TommyNicki in Down Under | Apr 16, 2012
  • Day 23 - At Sea On first day of 4 days at sea after visiting the island of Mahe - capital of the Seychelles Islands. A beautiful day with less humidity and blue skies with beautiful people and far less trash visible. We walked into Posted by acudoc in ROSES PASSAGE TO THE INDIAN OCEAN | May 25, 2011
  • The SeychellesWhat can you say about the Seychelles? There are not many words that can describe this incredible place. So just see for yourself! Are these colours real or are we just dreaming? Posted by TommyNicki in Down Under | May 2, 2011
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