A sparkling archipelago of 115 islands, only a few of which are inhabited, the Seychelles was long believed to be the site of the original Garden of Eden. After years of territorial disputes between France and Great Britain, the Seychelles achieved independence in 1976 and the majority of the population reside on the islands of Mahé, Praslin, La Digue and Silhouette Island. The Seychelles is the ultimate destination for travellers in search of a relaxing getaway, and a short hike along the islands’ shore is often rewarded with the discovery of a hidden beach cove, untouched by development of any kind. The Seychelles is also a favourite destination for visitors who enjoy water sports, including sailing, windsurfing, yachting and scuba diving. On land, active travellers can play golf, go horse riding or hiking before heading back to one of the island’s many luxurious private villas.
Contemplating a villa holiday in the Seychelles? Here is some useful information to help kickstart your vacation planning.
Passport and Visa Information
Now that you have selected your destination, here are some pointers on how you can get to your Seychelles villa.
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