|Seychelles offers a wide variety of accommodation from 5 star luxury hotels and villas to guest houses, self-catering apartments and bungalows for every budget. Please note that camping is forbidden.|
Le Meridien Fisherman's Cove
Lying in the north east of the archipelago, with an area of 150 square kilometres, Mahe is the largest island of the Seychelles, the home to about 90% of the total population.
Even though they say there is a hidden pirate treasure somewhere on the west coast, at Bel Ombre, the truth is that the real treasure is the island with its 75 spectacular beaches, huge mountains and lush tropical vegetation.
Mahe has a wide range of accommodation from large and sophisticated 5-star resort property to simple family-run guest house and self-catering chalets.
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Lemuria Resort of Praslin
Measuring 38 square kilometres (7 miles by 2 miles) in area and containing some 5,000 inhabitants, Praslin is the second largest island of the Seychelles archipelago. About a 15-minute plane ride from Mahe, Praslin has to offer miles of soft white sand, lush coconut groves and the famous Vallee de Mai National Park. The island is also known for the "Coco de Mer" double coconut.
With its 18 hole championship golf course, The Lemuria Resort of Praslin, a 5 star deluxe resort is the best choice but you will find many other excelent hotels, bungalows and traditional creole houses.
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La Digue Island Lodge
La Digue, the fourth largest island of the Seychelles archipelago, lies 43 km from Mahe and 6 km from Praslin. It is most famous for the Anse Source d'Argent beach with its fine white sands, exotic palms and majestic granite boulders.
Because it measures only 10 square kilometres in area, within an hour you can reach by walk any point on the island.
La Digue Island Lodge is the main hotel on the island, although there are many other options to choose from: self-catering chalets, comfortable bungalows and guest houses.
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